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||Read Explorer – Follow in the footstops of intrepid travelers on their journeys around the world – and beyond in Eye Wonder: Explorers. Find out about daring adventurers and thier discoveries in far off lands, from Marco Polo to the Mars Rover. Packed with facts, accesible text, and dramatic, atmospheric photography, Eye Wonders are the perfect educational start for young children.|
||Read Women Explorer – Though most people have heard of explorers like Henry Hudson and Christopher Columbus, few have heard names like Nellie Cashman and Annie Smith Peck. Unfortunately, most of the brave women explorers have never made it into history books because they lived in times when it was taboo for women to go off on their own. Luckily, the daring women in this book didn’t let those taboos slow them down!|
||Read Viking – In Eye Wonder: Viking, meet the “Norsemen” and find out about their epic voyages, special festivals, and daily lives. Discover how Vikings became the scourge of Europe, and how they influence the way we live today. Were they fearsome and bloodthirsty or brave adventurers who explored the world?|
|Alexander the Great
Balboa, Vasco Nunez de
Cook, Captain James
Coronado, Francisco Vasquez de
|Drake, Sir Francis
La Salle, Sieur de
Ponce de Leon, Juan
Powell, John Wesley
Raleigh, Sir Walter
Soto, Hernando de
Books recommended by: Janet Spauling, Selection Services:
Funny, bizarre, unbelievable, and weird facts about twenty five different animals. The animal facts are straightforward nonfiction, Marije Tolman’s illustrations are pure fantasy.
Did you know that some caterpillars can (and do) throw their poop twelve inches? That’s like your Uncle Jim throwing his poop halfway down a football field. Let’s hope your uncle can’t do that. Most uncles wouldn’t. Hopefully. Anyway, Jumping Penguins tells strange, and occasionally gross, facts about animals you know and love. The words are all true – the beautiful and whimsical illustrations are not. This is not a school-year book you could use for serious research. No, this is a summer book, and the aim of its’ creators seems to be just to amaze and amuse.
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