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National Geographic Kids Ultimate Body-Pedia

This amazing inside-out tour of the human body is more than just a book -- it's a journey through the organs that work hard for you every day and a guidebook to understanding everything that makes you unique!

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The Search for Olinguito: Discovering a New Species

Scientist Kristofer Helgen had studied the olingo, a relative of the raccoon, for years. As he examined olingo pelts and skulls in museums, he made an amazing discovery: some of them weren't olingos at all! He had discovered a completely new species!

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Misty Copeland

When Misty was a young girl, she was told she had a gift for ballet. But when MIsty became a teenager, she was told she didn't have a dancer's body. Instead of giving up, she just worked harder, overcoming injuries and other obstacles to become the first African American principal dancer for the American Ballet Theater!

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5 Little Ducks

Each day, Papa Duck goes out with his ducklings but on Monday only four come back, on Tuesday only three, but on Saturday all return when he calls and on Sunday, they stay home and rest.

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Sea Otter Rescue

It takes a team of veterinarians, biologists, animal care specialists, and highly trained rescuers, working around the clock, to raise a single otter pup. Visit the Alaska SeaLife Center's Wildlife Rescue Team in this book and see how they do the amazing work of rescuing and raising these adorable, fluffy patients!

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Marvin's Monster Diary: ADHD Attacks! (But I Rock It, Big Time)

Meet Marvin, a lovable monster with a twelve-stringed baby fang guitar, a rambunctious case of ADHD, and a diary to record it all. His teachers scold him, his parents don't know what to do with him, and his sister is convinced he was raised by triple-tailed monkeys. In short, Marvin's life is feeling out of control-until a secret formula changes everything.

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The Wheels on the Tuk Tuk

As the wheels on the bus in the US do, the wheels on the tuk tuk in India also go round and round! Take a ride "all through" an Indian town as the rupees go ching ching ching, the tuk tuk riders go bobble-bobble-bobble, and the wipers, of course, go swish-swish-swish!

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Is That Wise, Pig?

Pig is making soup! Should he add some tomatoes? Yes! Potatoes? Sure! How about some galoshes? Is that wise? Uhmmm...

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A Long Pitch Home

When Bilal moves to America, his father stays behind in Pakistan, and no one knows when -- or if -- Baba will be able to join them. What's more, Bilal is no longer the star of his cricket team, and everyone in America plays baseball, which is nothing like cricket. Holding onto memories of home, Bilal begins to find his way, make new friends, create new traditions, and improve at speaking English, but straddling two cultures proves to be very tricky.

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Good Night, Gorilla... and More Bedtime Stories

It might not be a book, exactly, but this collection of book-to-screen stories will keep the kiddos happily occupied while parents can rest assured that their children's brains are not being rotted on typical televised "junk." These beautifully animated renditions of favorite children's books are true to the original stories.

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