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The bacteria book : the big world of really tiny microbes —Mould, Steve, 1978- author.

Offers an introduction to microbes, looking at bacteria, viruses, fungi, algae, protozoa, archaea, and microscopic animals.

Children's illustrated history atlas —Adams, Simon, 1955- author.

"This beautiful history atlas helps children learn about world history, all the way from the first humans leaving Africa right up to how the world looks now, with a modern world map. It's packed with more than 40 histori...

Butterflies and moths —Feltwell, John, author.

Information, fun activities and project ideas are provided for young nature explorers.

Night sky —Stott, Carole, author.

Explore the world of stars, planets, and astronomy with fun facts and activities.

My first coding book —Prottsman, Kiki, author.

Presents computer coding concepts on board pages that feature flaps, pull tabs, silders, and wheels, asking readers to build a robot, escape from a jungle, and hunt for bugs.

Utterly amazing Earth —Jerram, Dougal, author.

Provides information about the planet Earth, covering land, atmosphere, and climate, in a book that includes flaps, pop-ups, and wheels.-- Source other than the Library of Congress.

How to measure everything : a fun first guide to the math of measuring —McArdle, Sean, author, consultant.

Pick up a ruler and let's get measuring! Every page is packed with tips for all types of measuring, from heights and weights to temperature and telling time. Fun comparisons, quizzes, and an interactive scene will help k...

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