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 Childrens Reference

Series:Genius

A series of illustrated books specifically designed for children in elementary education, narrating the stories of those great historical figures that have left their mark on humanity in fields such as science, art, exploration, music, fashion and other subjects.... read more

Maria Montessori (Genius)

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 Childrens Reference

From Jennifer Scott, author of the New York Times bestselling Madame Chic series and founder of the Daily Connoisseur blog comes this playful take on manners and being a good global citizen. Parents and younger children wo... read more

Connoisseur Kids - Ettiquette, Manners, and Living Well for Little Ones

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 Childrens Reference

Series:Atlas Ser.

Our world is constantly changing and this refreshed atlas from the map experts at National Geographic captures the state of the planet with colorful maps, easy-to-grasp stats, and lots of fun facts--the perfect reference for young kids and... read more

National Geographic Kids Beginner's World Atlas

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 Childrens Reference

The official children's book to the Netflix original documentary series, Our Planet, with a foreword by Sir David Attenborough.
This glorious visual celebration of the natural world combines extraordinary photography from the series with stunning illustrations from accl... read more

Our Planet

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 Childrens Reference

If you think that underground is just pitch-black soil with no sign of life, you should think again. All kinds of things go on there! Roots feed plants, moles hunt worms, worms flee from moles, carbon forms coal, miners work and extract what we need. People park... read more

Big Book of the Underground

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 Childrens Reference

An indispensable guide to welcoming children--from babies to teens--to a lifelong love of reading, written by Pamela Paul and Maria Russo, editors of The New York Times Book Review. Do you remember your first visit to where the wild things are? How about curling up f... read more

How to Raise a Reader

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 Childrens Reference

How to Draw a Map is a fascinating meditation on the centuries-old art of map-making, from the first astronomical maps to the sophisticated GPS guides of today.
Maps have influenced humanity in many unexpected ways: life, death, sexual reproduction, espionage, war a... read more

How to Draw a Map

Want to know which nation a dentist-turned-dictator rules? Where to find taxis shaped like coconuts? And who watches competitive cockroach racing? Then this is the book for you!
The Big World of Fun Facts from Lonely Planet Kids is packed with amazi... read more

The Big World of Fun Facts

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 Childrens Reference

Series:Lonely Planet Kids Ser.

Explore the animal kingdom like never before with the Animal Atlas from Lonely Planet Kids. Unfold maps to reveal animals from every continent and lift the flaps to see their unique environments and habitats.
Discover a world of animals facts, life-size photos an... read more

Animal Atlas

Once, the mighty tohora, or southern right whale, was a common sight in winter off the coast of Aotearoa. But it proved to be an easy target for the 19th-century whalers, and was soon driven to the edge of extinction. In the 20th century, however, it beca... read more

Tohora: The Southern Right Whale HB

Once, the mighty tohora, or southern right whale, was a common sight in winter off the coast of Aotearoa. But it proved to be an easy target for the 19th-century whalers, and was soon driven to the edge of extinction. In the 20th century, however, it beca... read more

Tohora: The Southern Right Whale (PB)

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 Childrens Reference

This compelling, mind-blowing book of lists on every imaginable subject that an inquisitive child wants to understand is un-put-down-able!
Filled with details on topics from the most shudder-inducing bugs and the ... read more

The Curious Book of Lists - 286 Fun, Fascinating and Fact-Filled Lists