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Author PhotoSusan Krawitz talks about her first novel,Viva, Rose!, an adventure set in the twilight of America's Old West.
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BIRDS MAKE NESTS

BIRDS MAKE NESTS

by Michael Garland


"The colorful illustrations and lyrical, spare language highlight not only the variety of avian habitats in the world but also the life cycle of birds."—School LIbrary Journal

A strikingly illustrated introduction to the familiar and not-so-familiar homes of birds across the globe—and a perfect first-grade science book.

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NONFICTION PICTURE BOOK

Super Women
Six Scientists Who Changed the World
by Laurie Lawlor

An inspiring biographical collection stars six female scientists (Katherine Coleman Johnson—showcased in the feature film Hidden Figures, Eugenie Clark, Marie Tharp, Florence Hawley Ellis, Gertrude Elion, and Margaret Burbidge) who broke barriers in the 20th century and advanced humanity's understanding of our world in the process.

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NONFICTION

Genevieve's War
by Patricia Reilly Giff
Becca Stadlander, Illustrator

Set at the same time as Patricia Reilly Giff's Newbery Honor-winning Lily's Crossing, Genevieve's War brings to life the shining moments of courage—and sheer terror—of wartime as a young girl attempts an act of heroism right under the Nazis' noses.

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MIDDLE-GRADE HISTORICAL FICTION

Revenge of the Star Survivors
by Michael Merschel

Middle school meets the Dark Side in this grimly hilarious survival story of a sci-fi-obsessed, social-misfit eighth grader.

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MIDDLE-GRADE FICTION

This Month's Classroom Picks . . . It's All About STEM!
Magnets Push, Magnets Pull
by David A. Adler
Anna Raff, Illustrator

A dynamic, hands-on introduction to the fascinating powers of magnets; this perfect book on physical science for early elementary school includes a glossary.

E-book available
CCSS:
RI.3.1,2,3,4,5,7,9,10
W.3.1,2,3,4,7,8,10
SL.3.1,1c,1d,2,3,4,6
L.3.4,4a,4b,4c,4d,5,5b,6
RF.3.3,3b,3c,4,4a,4c
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Looking for STEM titles for your bookstore, classroom or library? First up is MAGNETS PUSH, MAGNETS PULL by David A. Adler, illustrated by Anna Raff! Check out more of this months STEM Classroom Picks here.