Juvenile Nonfiction

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    Ice Cream!
    Grow Your Own Ingredients
    Illustrated by Cassie Liversidge
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Ice cream is the most popular dessert across the globe, and now kids can learn how to make their very own ice cream with this step-by-step guide. Master gardener Cassie Liversidge’s cutout art accompanies simple, easy-to-understand instructions for planting and growing mint, strawberries, and blueberries—all... [READ MORE]
    Hacks for Minecrafters: Master Builder
    The Unofficial Guide to Tips and Tricks That Other Guides Won't Teach You
    By Megan Miller
    (Sky Pony Press)
    From the author of Hacks for Minecrafters comes the most encompassing guide ever to the many amazing builds you can create in Minecraft! With more than 100 million registered Minecraft accounts and rights picked up by Warner Brothers for an action-adventure film in the style of The LEGO Movie, Minecraft... [READ MORE]
    Roger Clemens
    By Kevin Kernan
    (Sports Publishing)
    When it comes to dominance, few pitchers in baseball history compare to New York Yankees' fireballer Roger Clemens. After experiencing a career resurgence in Toronto, the four-time Cy Young Award winner brings his game to New York, and hopes to finally win that elusive world championship. Kevin Kernan... [READ MORE]
    Fantastic Fugitives
    Criminals, Cutthroats, and Rebels Who Changed History (While on the Run!)
    By Brianna DuMont, Illustrated by Bethany Straker
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Think fugitives are always bad guys running from the law? Think again! The twelve fugitives in this book annoyed everyone, including queens, presidents and popes. But they didn’t let the peeved or the powerful stop them from breaking laws. They stood up for what they believed in, which could be as noble... [READ MORE]
    It's Not a Perfect World, but I'll Take It
    50 Life Lessons for Teens Like Me Who Are Kind of (You Know) Autistic
    By Jennifer Rose
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Jennifer Rose is autistic. She’s also a college student who loves reading, writes fan fiction, and wants to be on TV someday. She sees the world a little differently than most people around her. She’s had trouble coping with school, has struggled with bullies and mean girls, but she has also achieved... [READ MORE]
    The Adventurous Girl's Handbook
    For Ages 9 to 99
    By Stephen Brennan, By Lara Brennan
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    The Adventurous Girl’s Handbook isn’t just a book for tomboys or girly-girls; it’s somewhere in between. Father Stephen and daughter Lara Brennan have written a book that allows girls to make their own rules and choices, while providing useful information on all the things girls want to know about, such... [READ MORE]
    Doodles 123
    Illustrated by Nancy Meyers
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Teaching your child numbers has never been more fun than with Doodles 123. Doodling is lots of fun, as any bored businessman or college student will tell you. For kids, it’s also a great way to learn about numbers— at home, at school, on vacation, even in a car. Kids will learn to form numbers by tracing... [READ MORE]
    Doodles ABC
    Alphabet Fun with Dots to Join and Doodles to do
    Illustrated by Nancy Meyers
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Learning letters may have been boring when you were a kid, but with Doodles ABC, it can be fun! A's make great crocodile eyes! Learn F's by finishing fences. N's make for good camel humps! Doodling is lots of fun, and now it's a great way to learn the alphabet--at home, at school, on vacation, even in... [READ MORE]
    Doodles Shapes
    Illustrated by Nancy Meyers
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Kids don’t have to wait for geometry class to get the hang of shapes. With Doodles Shapes, they’ll learn triangles, circles, rectangles, and squares as they doodle trucks, tents, pizza, balls, trains, and more. Kids will also learn the meanings of bigger and smaller, thicker and thinner, taller and shorter.... [READ MORE]
    Doodles Time
    Illustrated by Nancy Meyers
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Time is all around us, and by using doodles as a learning tool, even small children can grasp the concepts of seasons, weeks, days, hours, minutes, and seconds in a simple, step-by-step manner that is as fun as it is educational. It’s all here for kids to discover: daytime and nighttime; the months of... [READ MORE]
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