Stark, Kristy, author
"Making models is a fun activity for people who like to build things. But, it isn't all fun and games. Models were originally created to solve problems and simplify complex ideas. They were used to understand perspective. Whether you build as a hobby or for your next science project, creating models and multiplying decimals can be fun and educational"-- Provided by publisher.
Hollis, Rachel (Event planner), author
When it comes to the death of a loved one, divorce, or loss of a job, transformation seems impossible. Grief and uncertainty dominate your days. Hollis shares how to embrace the difficult moments in life for the learning experiences they are, and shows that a life well-lived is one of purpose and focused on the essentials. It is up to you how you come through your pain: you can come through changed for the better, having learned and grown, or, remain stuck in place where your identity becomes rooted in what hurt you. -- adapted from Amazon
Brainard, Laurin, author
Steel, Danielle, author
As the war rages on in the summer of 1943, the King and Queen choose to quietly send their youngest daughter, Princess Charlotte, to live with a trusted noble family in the country. Third in line for the throne, seventeen year-old Charlotte reluctantly uses an alias upon her arrival in Yorkshire, her two guardians the only keepers of her true identity. No one predicts that in the coming months she will fall deeply in love with her protectors' son. When a stack of hidden letters comes to light, a secret kept for nearly two decades finally surfaces, and a long lost princess emerges.
This kid-friendly math workbook features beloved and magical book characters to reinforce the development of third and fourth grade skills laid out in the national Common Core State Standards. Colorfully-illustrated puzzles and high-interest word problems use wizards, witches, wands, mystical beasts, and potions to encourage math practice in even the most reluctant of students.
McLaughlin, Eoin, author.
"Hedgehog and tortoise are the best of friends. But they're not allowed to hug. Luckily there are lots of other ways to show someone you love them" -- Page  cover.
Brian, Rachel, 1971- author, illustrator
We all have a mixture of fun and not-so fun feelings. And everyone feels worried sometimes. But too much anxiety can get in the way. So this book is here to help you identify your anxiety, understand why it's just part of that thing we call life, and equip you with all the tools you need to find calm again. Playfully presented, packed with fun and helpful illustrations, and expertly vetted, author-artist Rachel Brian (co-creator of the viral "Tea Consent" video) delivers a must-have book for anyone who wonders why they worry or how to better live with their anxiety. From recognizing when you're feeling anxious and worried, to taking charge by training your brain and using awesome techniques to help you feel good again, this book will have you worrying less and living more.