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Cover: Science Fact or Science Fiction?

Science Fact or Science Fiction? – School Library Connection

Sensationalistic but fun, these books will appeal to readers interested in the paranormal. Recommended. View →

 
Cover: Earth's Energy Innovations

Earth's Energy Innovations – School Library Connection

This series makes a good introduction into how we use different types of energy and the discrete problems associated with each variety. Recommended. View →

 
Cover: Inside Your Body Set 2

Inside Your Body Set 2 – School Library Connection

These well-bound books feature colorful illustrations that show a diverse selection of youth suffering the ailments that afflict all children, with close-ups of signs and symptoms. Add these to the nonfiction collection for primary students who wish to read about these topics or engage in… View →

 
Cover: Drugs in Real Life

Date Rape Drugs (Drugs in Real Life) – Booklist

This informative title in the Drugs in Real Life series provides an overview of date rape drugs and offers tips to keep people from becoming victims. Back matter includes quotes from victims, color photos, additional resources, and source notes, making this useful for research reports. View →

 
Cover: Robyn Hood

Robyn Hood – School Library Journal

Large, bold fonts makes the text, written at a second grade reading level, easy to read. Colorful, comic-inspired illustrations on every page help relay the action. While each entry is slim, the self-contained cases are complete and compelling. This series features a relatable heroine for… View →

 
Cover: Changing Animals Set 2

Changing Animals Set 2 – Booklist

Despite the potential ick factor, many young readers will be fascinated. These series entries offer a uniquely close look at various insect and fish life cycles. View →

 
Cover: Xtreme Robots

Xtreme Robots – School Library Journal

Written at a fourth grade reading level, these informational texts are ideal for middle school hi-lo readers but could also be used by general upper-­elementary audiences. View →

 
Cover: Class in America

Class in America – Booklist

The clearly written discussions place narratives and data within a broader context that makes them more meaningful. Presenting useful overviews of topics related to class differences, these books will leave readers with ideas to ponder. View →

 
Cover: Native Americans Set 4

Native Americans Set 4 – School Library Connection

Reading materials that provide positive role models for First Nation youth and breaking many perceived stereotypes are essential for all media centers, and this set will do just that. Recommended. View →

 
Cover: Community Economics

Community Economics – School Library Connection

Overall, the pleasing format makes these books a useful tool for introducing these topics to younger students. . . View →

 
Cover: It's a Digital World!

It's a Digital World! – School Library Journal, Series Made Simple

First-rate nonfiction for STEM-themed career collections. View →

 
Cover: Earth's Energy Experiments

Earth's Energy Experiments – School Library Journal, Series Made Simple

Many experiments will translate well into STEAM maker programs. Even well-stocked libraries should consider adding these—especially Biofuel Energy Projects. View →