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The Sun and the Places Where it Shines

What does the sun give us apart from warmth and light? How many days are there on Mercury? How many moons does Jupiter have? Is there a possibility of life somewhere else? A simple, fun, and modern introduction to our solar system, including glossary, recommended links, fun facts, and activities at the end. A really …

 
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the flying train

One night, a flying train takes Jimmy, Nelly, and friends on an adventure to outer space. Was it all just a dream? An award winning, fun filled book. The flying train is a great chance to introduce facts about the solar system to young children. Janaki Sooriyarachchi is a highly respected author from Sri Lanka with an exceptional …

 
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the hand book

This is not a handbook – it’s a hand book! A book about hands, perhaps it’s a handbook about hands? A fun and colourful rhyming book all about hands, great fun and nice bright illustrations. Perfect length for early readers. By: David Whitney     Sample Text and Images from The Hand Book: Just so everyone …

 
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uncovering earths secret

Uncovering Earth’s Secrets – A book about oceanic research, featuring the research ship JOIDES Resolution, written in rhyme with beautiful illustrations. This nonfiction eBook was written for us by award-winning children’s author Kevin Kurtz (http://kevinkurtz.homestead.com) and illustrated by award-winning illustrator Alice Feagan (http://alicefeagan.com). It is written for children and classrooms in grades 1 to 4. …

 
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eureka

Tania in Eureka – Tania and her friends have a learn about physical science and measurement to solve a problem in a game they are playing; Another great book in the Tania Series. By: Kanika G   Sample Text From Tania in Eureka: It was a lovely sunny morning in September. Ganesh Chaturthi meant it was …

 
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bees like flowers

Why do bees and butterflies like flowers so much? This book helps us find out. A beautifully illustrated tale of bees and flowers, including an English and a Spanish free eBook version, and available in paperback on Amazon. This is from the Mummy Nature Series: A mini nature lesson wrapped up in colour and rhyme. …

 
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clouds

Clouds – An excellent look at clouds from a middle grade perspective, with lots of facts, and review questions and activities at the end. Another great non-fiction book from Open Equal Free’s literacy anywhere library, categorised as Level 3 by OEF. By: Aleyna La Croix, Michael A Jones     Text and Images from Clouds Clouds …

 
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cells

A non-fiction book all about cells, atoms, and other microscopic particles, including review questions and activities at the back. Suitable for school projects or home school lessons. Another great creative commons book from Open Equal Free. By: Megan Smith, Elissa Alvey, Dane Stogner     Text and Images from Cells – Home School Lessons Everything in …

 
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Tania Loses a Tooth – Tania has a loose tooth, what does it mean, and who is the tooth fairy? Another great adventure in the Tania series by Kanika G. By: Kanika G     Sample Text From Tania Loses a Tooth: Tania Loses A Tooth Tania had just woken up. She was in the bathroom, …

 
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Inside The Internet – A children’s guide to what the internet and World Wide Web are all about and where they came from. A wonderful introduction to a world our children often take for granted, including the history of where it all started and why we call it the World Wide Web. Another great Creative …

 
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