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The Bones and Teeth of Sara Levine

Sarah Levine’s run away success with Bone by Bone: Comparing Animal Skeletons earned her several awards including an Honor Award in the Cook Prize Awards in 2014. This American award honors the best science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) picture … Continue reading

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Art’s Supplies & Spare Dog Parts – laughter for the younger reader

Art’s Supplies, written and illustrated by Chris Tougas, is a delightful and very clever picture book that explores a range of art mediums – pastels, pencils, paints, crayons, brushes, ink, markers and more – to tell the tale of how … Continue reading

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New Fiction for Primary Readers

Forensics Squad: Unleashed by Monique Polak. Tabitha is thrilled to be attending a summer forensics camp, even if she has to go with her sort-of friend Mason. Soon she is learning to dust for fingerprints, photograph a crime scene and take … Continue reading

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Finances & Economics: Urban Entrepreneur

This series showcases a diverse group of successful entrepreneurs drawn from a predominantly US geographic base. Inspire students to create their own success stories. Large print and prose writing style with chapters but no sub-headings. Look inside. Urban Entrepreneur: Comedy … Continue reading

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Mr Crikey and the Greedy Griffith by Matt Porter (Crazy Relief Teachers )

In the fourth book in the Crazy Relief Teacher series, Grade 6B start school with Mr Crikey wrestling a python to the floor – and that is perhaps one of the less interesting events in their crazy school day. A … Continue reading

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Accidentally Awesome by Adam Wallace (Jackson Payne: 1)

“I’m always in the right place at the right time. At least, that’s what everyone keeps telling me.” The first in what is planned as a 12 book series, Accidentally Awesome tracks the lucky, and not so lucky, adventures of … Continue reading

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