1. #BlackLivesMatter: Protesting Racism (20) #BlackLivesMatter: Protesting Racism (20)

In this title, readers learn about the #BlackLivesMatter movement, from the history of slavery and racism, to the slayings of Travon Martin and Michael Brown, to further efforts to end racism such as Campaign Zero, and #takeaknee, and Black Futures Lab. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Abdo & Daughters is an imprint of Abdo Publishing, a division of ABDO.


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2. Berenstain Bears Go Green, The (13) Berenstain Bears Go Green, The (13)

LIMITED STOCK AVAILABLE - Hurry While Supplies Last - - The Berenstain Bears continue their storybook adventure in this 8x8 about reusing and recycling. The Berenstain Bears live in a wonderful place filled with green grass, blue skies, and lots of furry friends. But on a fishing trip at the creek, the Bear family discovers that the town dump is overflowing! Can the Berenstain Bears find a pollution solution before their beloved Bear County is filled with garbage?


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3. Big Magic Show, The! (15)  Level 2 Big Magic Show, The! (15) Level 2

LIMITED STOCK AVAILABLE - Hurry While Supplies Last - - Abracadabra! Boys and girls ages 3 to 7 will discover the magic of Nickelodeon’s Bubble Guppies as they perform magic tricks in this Step 2 Step into Reading leveled reader. It features sparkling glitter on the cover.


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4. Bizarre Things We've Called Medicine (16) Bizarre Things We've Called Medicine (16)

"Take two leeches and call me in the morning." That's probably not what you want to hear from your doctor. Check out some of the most bizarre things humans have done in the name of medicine.


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5. Bizz & Buzz Make Honey Buns (14) Bizz & Buzz Make Honey Buns (14)

Bizz and Buzz Make Honey Buns covers the concepts Friendship and Problem Solving. Bizz and Buzz are two bees who want to make honey buns. So, they ask their friend Bear for his recipe. Although the directions seem simple, Bizz and Buzz make mistake after mistake, like finding a little flower instead of adding a little flour. What will bee-come of the honey buns?


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6. Bringing the Outside In (15) Bringing the Outside In (15)

A rollicking book that reminds young readers to go outside and play! “We’re bringing the outside in, oh, bringing the outside in. . . .” Nothing takes the place of splashing in a puddle or jumping into a pile of autumn leaves. Along with the mud and sand that gets tracked indoors come memories that live forever! Mary McKenna Siddals has written a joyous anthem that encourages children to play in the dirt. It will surely resonate with today’s overscheduled as well as sedentary kids, and their parents.


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7. Bugs, Pests, and Plants (16) Bugs, Pests, and Plants (16)

Gardens are one of nature’s busiest ecosystems. Bugs, pests, and plants are the key figures in this unique habitat, and readers are invited to explore the relationships that allow it to grow, thrive, and stand strong against the critters that want to destroy it. This text offers a fresh take on essential science concepts covered in elementary classrooms, using the high-interest topic of gardening to encourage readers to get outside and see, firsthand, science at work in their own backyard. Informative yet engaging diagrams, colorful photographs, and fact boxes support this title’s information-rich content.


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8. Careers in Social Justice (19) Careers in Social Justice (19)

Throughout history, there have been a myriad of social justice movements and causes, and courageous individuals who have fought for change. For those who feel passionate about ensuring all people have equal rights, opportunities, and services available, a career working for social justice may be a perfect fit. This book offers in-depth information about a variety of social justice career options, such as advocacy work, environmental protection, and social work. Academic requirements, day-to-day responsibilities, and job outlooks are covered, as well as essential information and tips about the job search process.


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9. Confronting LGBTQ+ Discrimination (18) Confronting LGBTQ+ Discrimination (18)

Despite a sea of change in attitudes in recent years, the LGBTQ+ community still faces much discrimination. This affirming book empowers readers to confront discrimination and offers practical guidance on navigating a sometimes hostile world where not everyone believes that LGBTQ+ people should have the same rights as everyone else. Readers who define as LGBTQ+ will find themselves encouraged, and those who do not will learn how to be supportive allies of their LGBTQ+ friends and classmates, both in and out of school. This resource includes a list of suggested questions for an expert and myths and facts about discrimination.


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10. Confronting Racism (18) Confronting Racism (18)

Racial discrimination is a significant problem worldwide. Despite the United States' long and painful racial history, the country is today an inclusive society, even as it still struggles to remedy the historical effects of slavery and oppression of people of color. This authoritative book teaches young people what they can do when confronted by racism, providing a history of racial discrimination and its legal and social remedies. This text prescribes safe and effective measures to counteract racism and teach people the values of fairness and equality, featuring Myths and Facts and 10 Great Questions to Ask a Specialist.


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11. Coping with Hate and Intolerance (18) Coping with Hate and Intolerance (18)

In recent years, hate incidents, whether based on race, gender, sexual orientation, nation of origin, or any other perceived difference, have become increasingly common in schools. Students who aren't the victims of hate and intolerance are almost certain to witness it. This unstinting but ultimately optimistic book defines hate and intolerance, explores the reasons some people express hate toward others, and gives readers a blueprint for recognizing and deflecting hate with nonviolence and kindness. Ten questions for an expert, myths and facts about intolerance, and thought-provoking sidebars round out this timely volume.


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12. Coping with Racial Profiling (20) Coping with Racial Profiling (20)

Racial profiling isn't just a problem for one group of people. It's a problem for everyone in America. The underlying racism that contributes to profiling is a serious issue for people of all colors. This insightful book presents facts and statistics to counter damaging myths, giving readers perspective to understand how racial profiling can happen and what to do about it. Readers will learn how to push back against discrimination, what to do if they ever feel they are a victim of racial profiling, and how to handle the emotional toll that racism can take.


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