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Back to school with Bigfoot —Berger, Samantha, author.

The school year is about to start, and Bigfoot is worried about all the things that could go wrong--but he also remembers that all his friends will be there.

Cheerful chick —Brockenbrough, Martha, author.

Told in rhyme, Chick hatched from her egg wanting to cheer, and lead a barnyard cheering team, but Pig, Cow, and the other animals are not interested--so unless she can find some other cheerers Chick will just have to ch...

Shark week : everything you need to know —Brockenbrough, Martha, author.

Provides readers with a comprehensive overview of sharks, including photos, firsthand accounts of shark attacks, and interesting facts.

Bigfoot wants a little brother —Berger, Samantha, author.

Bigfoot wants a little brother, so when he gets a little sister, Bea, he builds a robot brother, Brobot; but Brobot does not work at all--until Bea steps in and Bigfoot learns that having a sister can be as much fun as a...

This old dog —Brockenbrough, Martha, author.

"When the world is new, you want to go slowly. There are hills to roll down, perfect-sized rocks to find, trees that seem to whisper their thoughts. It's the same when you're much, much older, and every time 'round the s...

Unpresidented : a biography of Donald Trump —Brockenbrough, Martha, author.

"Discover the incredible true story of America's forty-fifth president : his questionable political and personal conduct and his unprecedented rise to power. Richly informed by original research, Unpresidented is a grip...

Alexander Hamilton, revolutionary —Brockenbrough, Martha, author.

A portrait of the Founding Father and first U.S. Secretary of the Treasury describes his experiences as an illegitimate orphan, soldier, friend, philanderer, political firebrand and financial whiz whose groundbreaking po...

Love, Santa —Brockenbrough, Martha, author.

When she was five-years old Lucy wrote her first letter to Santa and either mailed them or left them by the plate of cookies; when she was eight she wrote her last Santa letter -- and left it on her mother's pillow.

The game of Love and Death —Brockenbrough, Martha, author.

In Seattle in 1937 two seventeen-year-olds, Henry, who is white, and Flora, who is African-American, become the unwitting pawns in a game played by two immortal figures, Love and Death, where they must choose each other ...