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The Hocus Pocus Spell Book by
**THE #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER** Dive into the world of Disney's Hocus Pocus with this stunning spell book! It's all just a bunch of hocus pocus inside this gorgeous Hocus Pocus Spell Book. Fans of the annual Halloween favorite, Hocus Pocus will love this enchanting title featuring spells, potions, witch history, and more! Full of magical of illustrations, comments from Winnie, Mary, and Sarah, and more, this beautiful book is a must-have accessory for any want-to-be Sanderson sister and the perfect gift for Hocus Pocus fans of any age. For more spellbinding Hocus Pocus stories, check out these magical titles: Hocus Pocus and the All-New Sequel Art of Coloring: Hocus Pocus Hocus Pocus: The Illustrated Novelization
National Geographic Readers: Animal Doctors (Level 1/Co-Reader) by
THE VET IS IN! Join animal doctors as they care for cuddly pets and farm animals, rehabilitate cool wild animals, and rescue big sea life in this Level 1 Co-reader! Through this delightful beginning reader, youngsters and their grown-ups can follow veterinarians throughout their day as they care for sick and healthy animals, from house pets to zoo and ocean animals. National Geographic Kids Readers have been a hit in the beginning reader category, and this book builds upon that success with a different approach--parents and children reading together. With the same combination of careful text, brilliant photographs, and fun approach to high-interest subjects that has proved to be a winning formula with kids, National Geographic Co-readers provide one page of adult read-aloud and one page of kid read-aloud text on each spread, building toward a collaborative reading experience. Fans of Disney Junior's hit television series Doc McStuffins will love this introduction to real-life animal doctors and rescues! Key features include: Expert-vetted text appropriate for ages 4 to 6 Beautiful and engaging photos Fun approach to high-interest subject Praise for National Geographic Readers: "Reliable in format and solid in execution, this series works well to introduce children of varying levels of reading comfort to nonfiction and research formats." --Maggie Reagan, Booklist Explore more National Geographic Readers: National Geographic Readers: Here to There (Level 1 Co-Reader) National Geographic Readers: Glowing Animals (Level 1 Co-Reader) National Geographic Readers: Tadpole to Frog: Animals Grow Up (Level 1 Co-Reader) National Geographic Readers: Hedgehogs (Level 1)
All Rise: the Story of Ketanji Brown Jackson by
Ketanji Brown Jackson, the first Black woman to serve on the Supreme Court, is an inspiration and role model to children of all ages. Award-winning author Carole Boston Weatherford tells her story of perseverance, dignity, and honor in this uplifting picture book biography filled with colorful and dynamic illustrations from Ashley Evans. Whatever she did, wherever she was, Ketanji Brown Jackson rose to the top. From the time their daughter was born, Ketanji Brown's parents taught her that if she worked hard and believed in herself, she could do anything. As a child, Ketanji focused on her studies and excelled, eventually graduating from Harvard Law School. Years later, in 2016, when she was a federal judge, a seat opened on the United States Supreme Court. In a letter to then-President Barack Obama, Leila Jackson made a case for her mother--Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson. Although the timing didn't work out then, it did in 2022, when President Joe Biden nominated her. At her confirmation, Ketanji Brown Jackson became the first Black female Supreme Court justice in the United States. Lyrical text by renowned author Carole Boston Weatherford and evocative illustrations by Ashley Evans combine to make this an inspirational and timely read.
Who Is Lebron James? by
How did a young boy from Ohio go on to become one of the greatest basketball players of all time? Read about the incredible life and career of LeBron James in this addition to the #1 New York Times best-selling Who Was? series. Today, LeBron James is an international superstar who has won four NBA Championships, earned two Olympic gold medals, written books, and starred in blockbuster movies. He has played for the Los Angeles Lakers, the Miami Heat, and the Cleveland Cavaliers, and has gained fans across the country as he led each of those three teams to victory. Many basketball lovers consider LeBron James to be one of the greatest players of all time. But how did LeBron come to be "King James?" Find out all about LeBron's childhood, how he started playing basketball at the age of nine, and went on to rule the court in this new book for young readers!
Science People by
Science is for everyone! Science People celebrates the diversity of the scientific community around the world. Meet more than 50 trailblazers in botany, biology, physics, engineering, mathematics, and a host of other STEM fields. Bold, whimsical illustrations by David Lee Csicsko (The Skin You Live In) along with concise, engaging bios celebrate a diverse group of scientists, from around the world and all eras of history. Classic figures like Galileo and Marie Curie are included alongside scientists and activists working in the field right now - like geneticists (and Nobel Prize winners) Jennifer Doudna and Emmanuelle Charpentier, or Phillip Alviola, a bat virologist from the Philippines on the cutting edge of coronavirus research. From astronomers to zoologists, Science People highlights explorers in a wide range of fields - representing a multicultural mix of genders, races, and nationalities, in walks of life - showing that science is for everyone. It will inspire readers young and old to ask their own questions about the world around them.
She Sang for India by
A picture book biography about M.S. Subbulakshmi, a powerful Indian singer who advocated for justice and peace through song. Before M.S. Subbulakshmi was a famous Carnatic singer and the first Indian woman to perform at the United Nations, she was a young girl with a prodigious voice. But Subbulakshmi was not free to sing everywhere. In early 1900s India, girls were not allowed to perform for the public. So Subbulakshmi busted barriers to sing at small festivals. Eventually, she broke tradition to record her first album. She did not stop here. At Gandhi's request, Subbulakshmi sang for India's freedom. Her fascinating odyssey stretched across borders, and soon she was no longer just a young prodigy. She was a woman who changed the world.
C Is for College! an ABC Book on College Access by
Our youth have to see it to believe it! Children must see themselves in whom they want to become. The purpose of C is for College is to highlight the journey of applying to college, and share expectations of successful habits in college. Each tip corresponds to a letter in the alphabet. First-preschool, elementary, and then there is middle-- the schools you attend from the time you are little. You grow up still more, and high school begins. Work hard, make friends, and graduate at the end. But then, what's next? And what should you do? Well then, find a college that's just right for you!
National Geographic Readers: Arctic Animals (L2) by
Travel to Earth's far north and discover the mysterious, cute, fierce, and unique creatures-- from polar bears to puffins, narwhals to hares-- that call the chilly Arctic region home. This Level 2 reader is packed with popular and lesser-known animal species that call the icy Arctic home, including hares, ptarmigans, arctic foxes, wolverines, narwhals, puffins, seals, and of course, polar bears. Whether they live on land, in the ocean, or along the coast, these creatures have clever ways to survive. National Geographic Readers' combination of expert-vetted text, brilliant images, and a fun approach to reading have proved to be a winning formula with kids, parents, and educators. Level 2 text provides accessible yet wide-ranging information for kids ready to read on their own, perfect to encourage the scientists and explorers of tomorrow! Engaging photos showing Arctic creatures in their habitat take readers up close and personal to some of their favorite animals and make learning fun! Key features include: Expert-vetted text appropriate for ages 5 to 8 Beautiful and engaging photos Fun approach to high-interest subject Praise for National Geographic Readers: "Reliable in format and solid in execution, this series works well to introduce children of varying levels of reading comfort to nonfiction and research formats." --Maggie Reagan, Booklist Explore more National Geographic Readers about animals: National Geographic Readers: Penguins! (Level 2) National Geographic Readers: Foxes (Level 2) National Geographic Readers: Adorable Animals (Level 2) * National Geographic Readers: Animal Superpowers (Level 2)