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Night train, night train —Burleigh, Robert, author.

Told in rhyming text, a train speeds through the night, revealing the sights and colours along the way to its young and sleepy riders.

Tiny Bird : a hummingbird's amazing journey —Burleigh, Robert, author.

As autumn nears, flowers fade and insects become quiet, and Tiny Bird leaves his northern home for the long and perilous journey to lush southern forests. Includes facts about hummingbirds.

Solving the puzzle under the sea : Marie Tharp maps the ocean floor —Burleigh, Robert.

A biography that shares the story of scientist Marie Tharp, a pioneering woman scientist and the first person to ever successfully map the ocean floor.

Sylvia's Bookshop : the story of Paris's beloved bookstore and its founder (as told by the bookstore itself!) —Burleigh, Robert, author.

"The story of the legendary Shakespeare & Company bookstore and its owner Sylvia Beach and the many great writers who came to meet, read and share ideas"-- Provided by publisher.

Flight of the last dragon —Burleigh, Robert.

Ultimon, once king of the dragons and now the last survivor, climbs out of the sewers in which he has been hiding and takes one last flight. Includes notes about the constellation Draco.

One giant leap —Burleigh, Robert.

Commemorating the 40th anniversary of man's first walk on the moon, this book is a tribute that transports readers to the stars, where they will experience the moon landing just as Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin did.

Zoom! zoom! : sounds of things that go in the city —Burleigh, Robert, author.

From morning joggers until night's last train, a boy notices and enjoys the many sounds made by people and things in a big city.

Clang! clang! beep! beep! : listen to the city —Burleigh, Robert.

From morning until night, a city is filled with such sounds as the roars and snores of a subway ride, the flutters and coos of pigeons, and the shouts and beeps of drivers in traffic.

Pandora —Burleigh, Robert.

Retells the story of Pandora, a wealthy young woman who lets her curiousity about a forbidden jar get the better of her.

Hit the road, Jack —Burleigh, Robert.

A rabbit named Jack travels across the United States in a story based on the life of author Jack Kerouac.

Game day —Barber, Tiki, 1975-

Introduces twin brothers Tiki and Ronde Barber, who worked hard together and became National Football League stars, one as runningback for the New York Giants, the other as cornerback for the Tampa Bay Bucs.

Good-bye, Sheepie —Burleigh, Robert.

A father teaches his young son about death and remembrance as he buries their beloved dog.

Wilbur Wright meets Lady Liberty —Burleigh, Robert, author.

"Two American icons meet in this nonfiction picture book that tells the dramatic true tale of Wilbur Wright's flight circling the Statue of Liberty"-- Provided by publisher.

Breaking waves : Winslow Homer paints the sea —Burleigh, Robert, author.

"A picture book about painter Winslow Homer's fascination with waves and the ocean"-- Provided by publisher.

Volcanoes : journey to the crater's edge —Bourseiller, Philippe.

Over thirty photographs and accompanying text reveal the facts about the world's volcanoes.

It's funny where Ben's train takes him —Burleigh, Robert.

Ben draws a train that takes him to all sorts of wonderful places before returning him to his own bed.

I love going through this book —Burleigh, Robert.

For one reader, going through a book is an incredible adventure.

Earth from above for young readers —Arthus-Bertrand, Yann.

Presents aerial photographs of various scenes from around the world including fishermen in Morrocco, a farm on the island of Crete, and a mangrove forest in New Caledonia.

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