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Let's Talk About Race

Let's Talk About Race

By Julius Lester
0 ratings1 reviews
  • sanu
    Meeting of race😬
The Amazon Rainforest: Animal Facts & Photos

The Amazon Rainforest: Animal Facts & Photos

By KC Adams
4.0
1 ratings1 reviews
  • kamya
    kamya44 stars
    Amazon Jungle is the largest rainforest on earth and is home to 427 mammals.jaguar, sloth, and river dolphin), 1,300 birds ( macaw ), 378 reptiles ( anaconda and Jesus lizard ), more than 400 amphibians glass frog and poison dart frog)
I Survived #6: I Survived the Attacks of September 11th, 2001

I Survived #6: I Survived the Attacks of September 11th, 2001

By Lauren Tarshis
4.58
38 ratings92 reviews
  • felicisowl
    felicisowl44 stars
    To be honest, I absolutely love the I Survived series. The whole series is basically in the point of view of a person who survived a war, a horrible event, a terrorism attack, etc. It's basically a history book, but it sounds like a narrative and it's really to-the-point. This book is about L...
Young Children, Videos and Computer Games: Issues for Teachers and Parents

Young Children, Videos and Computer Games: Issues for Teachers and Parents

By By Jack Sanger (Head of the Research Centre City College Norwich); Jane Wilson; Bryn Davies; Roger Whittaker.
3.0
1 ratings1 reviews
  • nelsonc
    nelsonc33 stars
    This book is called Young Children, Videos and Computer Games: Issues for Teachers and Parents, by Jock Sanger, this book is talking about should computer game be allowed. Also talking why some teachers and parents don't think computer games are good. Talk about good and bad reasons about compute...
The Dolphin in the Mirror: Exploring Dolphin Minds and Saving Dolphin Lives

The Dolphin in the Mirror: Exploring Dolphin Minds and Saving Dolphin Lives

By Diana Reiss
4.5
2 ratings2 reviews
  • sandyc
    sandyc55 stars
    I researched about the background of this book, and expectedly, the author herself is a dolphin rescuer. Furthermore, she understands the dolphin very much. In this book, she talks about the activism of saving dolphins and also shows the readers how smart the dolphins are and how they are even sm...
Time: Global Warming: The Causes, the Perils, the Politics - and What It Means for You

Time: Global Warming: The Causes, the Perils, the Politics - and What It Means for You

By Editors of Time Magazine
4.0
2 ratings3 reviews
  • ryanl20
    ryanl2044 stars
    Overall I recommend this book especially if you want to learn more about global warming. Global warming is a serious problem occurring in present day and if we don't take actions or find a solution, Earth species will be facing a huge extinction. This book introduces to the reader about what exac...
Opposing Viewpoints Series - Discrimination (hardcover edition)

Opposing Viewpoints Series - Discrimination (hardcover edition)

By Mary E. Williams
4.0
1 ratings1 reviews
  • elliotl20
    elliotl2044 stars
    I think that this is a really good book, it analyzes both parts of the argument. For example, in the book, it talks about Affirmative Action in the U.S, and it analyzes the arguments of people who are for and the arguments for people that are against it. So, you can decide which argument was bett...
Energy from Inside Our Planet: Geothermal Power (Power: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow)

Energy from Inside Our Planet: Geothermal Power (Power: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow)

By Ruth Owen
0 ratings1 reviews
  • eagle_l
    This book is a nonfiction book tell us what is geothermal power. which persuade people to use geothermal power. In this book I find out using geothermal power is a good thing but we don't use it. We should start using geothermal power because there will always be geothermal energy inside our pl...
Male/Female Roles (Opposing Viewpoints Series)

Male/Female Roles (Opposing Viewpoints Series)

By Auriana Ojeda
4.0
1 ratings1 reviews
  • angelay
    angelay44 stars
    I learned a lot about different perspectives from this book, and I also learned that in order to understand a controversy, you will have to consider every point of view and not just stick to your own opinion. Some of the authors in the book state that women often earn a lot lesser than men, and a...
Bugged: How Insects Changed History

Bugged: How Insects Changed History

By Sarah Albee
3.0
1 ratings1 reviews
  • sushi321
    sushi32133 stars
    this book was ok, i think it need more color

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