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Gnome-A-Geddon

When Buck's little sister vanishes into a bottomless Dumpster, Buck and his best friend Lizzie embark on a rescue mission and discover that the world of gnomes and trolls might really exist! As a superfan of the book series The Triumphant Gnome Syndicate, Buck believes himself to be an expert on all things gnome-related, but he realizes that things are not what they seem.

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Niko Draws a Feeling

Niko loves to draw his world: the ring-a-ling of the ice cream truck, the hard work of a mother robin building her nest... but his artwork is misunderstood by his family, classmates, and teachers. The one day, Niko meets Iris.

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Hooray for Birds!

Can you imagine, just for one day, that you are a bird? Created by the author-illustrator of the Maisy books, this lively picture book encourages children to act out different bird behaviors, all while learning the names of a variety of birds.

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Painting in the Dark: Esref Armagan, Blind Artist

Born blind to a poor family in Turkey, Esref Armagan never went to school but still managed to learn about color, shadows, and perspective. This true story of a blind artist, written by East Brunswick author Rachelle Burk, is an inspiration to young artists of all abilities.

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Coding Games in Scratch

If you like playing computer games, why not create your own? This book has all you need to build thrilling racing challenges, crazy platform games, and fiendish puzzles!

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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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