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BOOKS
FOR CHILDREN

1.
Chris Bresky
The 12 Days of a Great White Christmas

The Classic Shark-Christmas Book: “The 12 Days of a Great White Christmas” Sing along to the mixed up holiday classic as 12 species of shark take a crack at decking the halls! Hilarious, sweet & hand illustrated. Educational as well! Be introduced to rare, unfamiliar shark breeds and learn even more about them in the “Holly Jolly Shark Fact Section!” A Great White Christmas tradition for the whole family!

2.
Sandra K Nissenberg
The Everything Kids’ Cookbook: From mac ‘n cheese to double chocolate chip cookies – 90 recipes to have some finger-lickin’ fun

Put on your chef’s hat and roll up your sleeves–it’s time to cook!

Amaze your friends with the World’s Best Brownies! Scare your siblings with Halloween Spider Bites! Make yourself a delicious lunch with the Make-a-Face Sandwich!

The Everything KIDS’ Cookbook, 2nd Edition has everything you need to get started in the kitchen. Each recipe tells you how hard it is and lets you know exactly what ingredients and equipment you need so that you can plan ahead. You’ll find something you like no matter what you want to cook! There are more than 90 recipes for every meal and occasion, including:

– Mini bite-sized blueberry pancakes
– Chicken salad puffs
– Tasty tacos
– Parmesan potato fries
– Cheese-crusted fish fillets
– Quick-eating s’mores
– Ultimate peanut butter-chocolate squares

It’s stuffed with trivia tidbits and 30 food-themed puzzles, and you’ll discover what foods to eat to stay healthy and what to do to stay safe in the kitchen. Bring your creativity to the kitchen, and get ready to have fun. You’ll be whipping up masterpieces in no time–it’s as easy as pie!

3.
John A. Guy
Victorian Life

The expansion of the British Empire, the cha nging styles in fashion, the Great Exhibition, Disraeli and Gladstone – Victoria”s very able Prime Ministers, and the so cial changes with the new industrial age are brought to life in this book.

4.
Jeff Day MD
Don’t Touch That!: The Book of Gross, Poisonous, and Downright Icky Plants and Critters

You’ve probably heard the warning about poison ivy: “Leaves of three, leave it be.” If only it were that simple! Do you know that a plant that has been dead for years can still cause a rash, or that if you burn poison ivy you can get a skin reaction just by walking through the smoke?

And that’s just one species to avoid–if you’re not careful, you can also run into poison oak, poison sumac, trumpet creeper, giant hogweed, stinging nettle, and all sorts of cacti. There are also things that can run into you–critters and creepy crawlies such as velvet ants, killer bees, pit vipers, wasps, scorpions, mosquitoes, tarantulas, bats, black widow spiders, gila monsters, and more. What’s a kid to do?

Doctor Jeff Day offers helpful advice on how to avoid getting stung, bit, poked, jabbed, or poisoned . . . and what to do if you are. You’ll learn about everything from rashes to anaphylaxis, tetanus to spider bites, bee stings to rabies. And though the information he provides is serious, Day’s cartoons will have you laughing and scratching along.

5.
Wayne W. Dyer, Kristina Tracy
It’s Not What You’ve Got

Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, the internationally best-selling author and lecturer, has written a new book in his series of inspirational books for kids. You’re Not What You’ve Gotaddresses the topics of money and abundance, with the understanding that children’s earliest thoughts and perceptions about money are those that will last throughout their lives.The concepts presented in this beautifully illustrated book include: Money does not define who you are; it doesn’t matter what others have, and abundance comes in many forms. Unlike most books on this subject, You,re Not What You’ve Got is not a how-to manual on spending and saving for kids, but rather a positive, spiritual approach to the meaning of money.

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