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Nonfiction for Early Elementary Readers
Lots to learn and share with young readers!
This striking book explains the feats of engineering behind the world's most impressive architectural marvels.
This is a picture book biography that tells the story of the powerhouse female Japanese American chef and her rise to fame.
A fun and easy illustrated projects and activities that will help your family reduce, reuse, and recycle at home, at school, and in your community.
Based on the bestselling series and the new Netflix show, this new nonfiction series is perfect for the youngest scientists of tomorrow, as they learn along with Ada. Designed in a scrapbook format, these books combine art from the show, illustrations, and photography to bring simple science concepts to life.
This captivating book explores the real connection and communication that runs underground between trees in the forest.
Discover how 40 influential Latinas became the women we celebrate today in a collection of short biographies from all over Latin America and across the United States.
Spanish Language edition available: Latinitas: Una Celebración de 40 Soñadoras Audaces
A great natural history picture book that introduces children to animal tracks.
The inspiring story of a loggerhead turtle’s long journey from rehab facility to home in the ocean.
All over the world, people love pizza—but where did it come from? And who made the first pizza?
Join the exploration experts at National Geographic Kids on a globe-trotting adventure through what’s most spectacular in our universe.
In 1929, 18-year-old Bessie Stringfield hopped on her motorcycle and headed out on an adventure, an unusual choice for a young Black woman at the time. Bessie Stringfield was a figure who will inspire all children to pursue their dreams.
A playful and informative nonfiction picture book about different tree holes and the amazing animals that inhabit them.