New Nonfiction Books for Kids
Hundreds of books are added to the Library's collection each month. Here are the most recent Nonfiction Books for kids.
"Discover inspiring stories of wildlife brought back from the brink of extinction in this kids' nonfiction book about animals and the environment"--
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World, we've got a problem! Climate Change. Make that two problems as Pollution is in the frame, too. In Basher Science Mini: Green Technology, scientific wizardry rides to the planet's rescue. From saving the birds and the bees, to cleaning up the seas and waving goodbye to plastics, green tech is part of the solution to climate change. Some solutions are really out there--take a bow, Space Mirrors--while others are close to home--we see you, Solar Panels! And you, too, Electric Vehicle! Our motto is protect and repair. Let's get started.
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"In 2021, Deb Haaland made history as the first Indigenous cabinet secretary. Serving as Secretary of the Interior, Haaland has championed climate and the rights of Native peoples. Discover Haaland's early life, her political career, and more"--
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"A young activist opens a window for young readers into his fight for equal education, racial justice, and economic equity. Born in Brooklyn, New York, to Haitian immigrants, Frantzy Luzincourt has dedicated his life to service and the empowerment of youth voices. When he was fifteen, Frantzy became the founding president of his high school's Black Student Union, where he advocated for more Black male teachers and for bringing social justice into school curriculum. Frantzy now fights to ensure that all students, no matter their background, have access to equitable schools where young voices are championed. After the murder of...
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Memories and Life Lessons From the Magic Tree House
"Mary Pope Osborne recalls memories and lessons from her childhood side-by-side with quotations from her bestselling Magic Tree House series"--
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Agent Most Wanted
"This is a historical nonfiction book about Virginia Hall, an American spy in France who the Nazis dubbed "the most dangerous of allied spies." It tells the story of her youth and her work in Europe during the second world war."--
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Knots for Kids
"Outdoor skills expert and veteran author Buck Tilton provides readers with accessible information on choosing the best knot for each situation, tying different types of common knots and hitches, selecting the best kinds of rope, and much more. With step-by-step instructions (for both righties and lefties) on tying the most used and useful knots, this book teaches children how to tie knots like the experts"--
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The Bedtime Book of Animals
Introducing The Bedtime Book of Animals, a must-have animal reference book for all early readers who are keen to explore animals from all over the globe. Turn each page to find out more about a wide variety of animals, from teeny-tiny insects to gigantic elephants and whales. The Bedtime Book of Animals showcases creatures from each of the core animal groups (mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, and invertebrates) in six dedicated chapters. Many pages are devoted to a different creature, with others featuring a collection of animals from the same family, and some explore more than one animal type, giving...
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Fun Painting Projects for Kids
Learn important skills to help you become a better artist with this super-fun collection of art projects. Louise McMullen, founder of the children's craft blog, Messy Little Monster, brings her experience as both a teacher and a mother to ensure there's a project for every artist, whatever your interest, ability or age. --
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The Wonders We Seek
"Discover the lives, stories, and accomplishments of many great accomplishments of many great Muslims throughout history. Many of the inventions and discoveries that we use in our lives today were created centuries ago -- during the golden age of Muslim empires and beyond. Art, music, astronomy, physics, mathematics, medicine, and so many other files of knowledge were shared and created and discussed in Arabia, Persia, Iraq, and India a very, very long time ago. This tradition of Muslim learning, dedication, and progress continues all across our world up to today." -- Back cover.
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