By Emily J. Dolbear
With this identify, younger readers will achieve an realizing on how the pumpkin pie they love, is made and the way it finally ends up on their desk.
By Laura Amy Schlitz
Archaeologist? Mythmaker? criminal? This enticing, illustrated biography of Heinrich Schliemann—a nineteenth-century romantic who such a lot think did locate the traditional urban of Troy—reveals him to be a desirable mix of all three.
From the time Heinrich Schliemann was once a boy—or so he said—he knew he used to be destined to dig for misplaced towns and locate buried treasure. And if Schliemann had his manner, historical past books may honor him to this present day as one of many maximum archaeologists who ever lived. yet a bit digging into the lifetime of Schliemann himself finds that this nineteenth-century self-made guy had a humorous behavior of taking liberties with the reality. just like the well-known personality of his hero, the poet Homer, Schliemann was once a artful fellow and an inventor of reports, a traveller who have been shipwrecked and stranded and by some means survived. And Heinrich Schliemann was resolute to develop into a legend like Homer—but in his personal time. Following this larger-than-life...
By Diane Lindsey Reeves
Describes such sports-related careers as agent, trainer, health teacher, and sportscaster and discusses the best way to ascertain which occupation could be compatible and the way to organize for it.
By Phoebe Beinstein
Younger lovers will love supporting Dora count number coconuts,
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By Richard Walker
From blistering bee stings to pus-filled acne, this eye-popping ebook takes readers on a digital journey of all the grossest, gooiest, and such a lot attention-grabbing occasions that our bodies need to undergo. that includes wonderful 3D pics that show the motion and body's reaction in microscopic aspect, Ouch! Combines kid-friendly gross-out price with state-of-the-art anatomical and organic services.
By Barbara Graymont
An agricultural and matrilineal (the ladies owned all estate and decided kinship) society, the Iroquois Confederacy was once made of six nations--Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca, and Tuscarora. The time of issues -- the good peace -- The prolonged resort prospers -- Iroquois and Europeans -- the growth of Iroquois energy -- struggle and international relations -- Decline and revival -- the fashionable Iroquois -- The Iroquois this day and the following day
By Nicholas Freville
An summary of the background, geography, economic system, govt, humans, and tradition of the African kingdom of Nigeria.
By Poppy Sebag-Montefiore
4 all-new titles within the Eyewitness Books line now include clip-art CDs and a wall chart that shine a focus on important subject matters from the previous, current, and destiny. complete colour.