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A bird is trying to build her nest for the winter, but every time she finishes she is disturbed. Until one day she finds a very inventive solution to her problem. Sample Text from A Special Nest – Inventive solution to a problem Winter is approaching. A bird decides to build a nest. She gathers …

 
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Eye Can See details a group of children’s visit to their parent’s laboratory and all the magnifying equipment they find. From magnifying glass to microscope, binoculars to a telescope, this book teaches children about all things magnifying. Sample Text From Eye Can See School is closed for summer. Every day Chanda, Tinku and Motu have …

 
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sugar the robot

Sugar the Robot and The Race To Save Earth is a wonderful early science fiction book. Tim is mad about robots. He even has robot underwear. He dreams of one day having his own robot – and he’d be a good, kind robot too! But that’s likely only possible when he grows up and goes …

 
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Biju spins some magic cultural childrens story

Biju Spins Some Magic, a cultural children’s story for early to middle grades, Biju accompanies his father to Delhi to sell the saris. Biju and his family are weavers in rural Odisha. They create beautiful fabrics to sell in the cities of India and abroad. In this tale of Biju’s adventures find out how he  …

 
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Curious but forgetful monster Nikeriff is anxious to remember his alphabet, and heads into the woods for a scavenger hunt. As he sneaks and climbs, he grabs and lassoes anything he can find from A to Z and puts them into his overstuffed wriggly sac. In the end, they bite, claw and chew their way …

 
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sizwe's smile give back with optimism

A smile is a thing you can give away and keep, it costs nothing, it makes everyone feel good, and it’s contagious. In Sizwe’s smile we find out more about how a big smile can go a long way to make everyone happy. This book was brought to us by BookDash, a literacy non-profit aimed …

 
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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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The magic mirror

The Magic Mirror – A witch puts a curse on the village children, only Sam and Soy, brother and sister, are free from the curse. Sam must find the magic mirror to defeat the witch and bring it back within 3 days. Sam and Soy meet many mysterious creatures along their journey. Will Sam and …

 
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In Too Big! Too Small! Shanu finds she is too big or too small for so many things, then her family shows her what she is big enough and small enough to do. A growing-up story that tells about big and small in a friendly repetitive way, suitable for young children and early readers. Author: …

 
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In Why Do Birds Sing At Dawn we find a fun folktale style story about birds singing at Dawn. Mama bird goes on a mission to save the forest and the babies are left alone, they miss her, learning to sing gives them hope she will return and she does. Illustrated by Emmanuel Grebo, Written …

 
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