Juvenile Nonfiction

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    Sidesplitting Jokes for Minecrafters
    Ghastly Golems and Ghoulish Ghasts
    By Brian Boone
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Sidesplitting Jokes for Minecrafters: Ghastly Golems and Ghoulish Ghasts is the fourth book in the Jokes for Minecrafters series, which has more than 800 belly laughs waiting for you! This laugh-a-minute book leaves no enderman or zombie unscathed, and comes complete with silly illustrations for even... [READ MORE]
    The Golden Girls of Rio
    Illustrated by Nikkolas Smith
    (Sky Pony Press)
    The women athletes of the 2016 Summer Olympics captivated the world: Simon Biles, the most decorated American gymnast of all time; Katie Ledecky, who shattered swimming records in multiple events; Michelle Carter, the first American gold medalist in shot put; Simone Manuel, the first African American... [READ MORE]
    Flippin' Awesome
    Water Bottle Flip Games, Tricks and Stunts for Everyone!
    By Sarah Doughty
    (Racehorse for Young Readers)
    Flip your way to fame and glory!Join the worldwide craze with Flippin' Awesome, the complete player’s guide to the ultimate new sport of water bottle flipping. Flippin’ Awesome features twelve incredible target games for hours of intense head-to-head competition and fun. Flip your way to a strike-out... [READ MORE]
    The Ultimate Unofficial Encyclopedia for Minecrafters: Multiplayer Mode
    Exploring Hidden Games and Secret Worlds
    By Cara J. Stevens
    (Sky Pony Press)
    This adventure series is created especially for readers who love the fight of good vs. evil, magical academies like Hogwarts in the Harry Potter saga, and games like Minecraft, Terraria, and Pokemon GO. In Minecraft’s infinite, expandable, interactive playground, players are free to create—or destroy—anything... [READ MORE]
    My Best Ever Bible
    By Victoria Tebbs
    (Good Books)
    Introduce children to all the most essential and engaging stories and parables from the Bible with this easy-to-read collection. My Best Ever Bible presents ten popular Biblical tales perfect for bedtime or the classroom, including many you won’t find in any other collection this size! Kids will learn... [READ MORE]
    Fantastic Flexagons
    Hexaflexagons and Other Flexible Folds to Twist and Turn
    By Nick Robinson
    (Racehorse for Young Readers)
    Are you ready to flip out? Hexaflexagons are six-sided, flat paper models that can be made to reveal hidden images through a series of flexes and folds. Flexagons were first introduced in a column written by Martin Gardner for Scientific American. From there, people started folding and figuring out creative... [READ MORE]
    The Easter Story
    By Brendan Powell Smith
    (Sky Pony Press)
    As in all the Brick Bible books, Brendan Powell Smith creates a magical “brick” world—all in LEGOs—to illustrate a story from the Bible that is then photographed and accompanied by a simple text. The Easter Story, the heart of Christianity, illustrated in LEGOs, tells of Jesus’ arrival in Jerusalem on... [READ MORE]
    The Unofficial Harry Potter Joke Book
    Great Guffaws for Gryffindor
    By Brian Boone
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Why did Voldemort cross the road? Because he looks like a demented chicken. Muggle world got you down? Dark lord actively trying to end you? Horcrux fell in between the abyss that is your couch cushions? Need some laughter but haven’t learned the tickling charm yet? Don’t worry; The Unofficial Harry... [READ MORE]
    Do You Want to Build a Snowman?
    Your Guide to Creating Exciting Snow-Sculptures
    By Mark Jones
    (Racehorse for Young Readers)
    We will never know who built the first snowman, but they have a long history. Since medieval times, snowmen were built for amusement and enjoyment. They represented winter itself and are as much fun to admire as they are to build. With more than ten projects, Do You Want to Build a Snowman is the essential... [READ MORE]
    My Human Body Coloring Book
    By George Toufexis
    (Racehorse for Young Readers)
    Learning about our bodies is extremely important, but many feel that it is complicated and difficult to comprehend. Whoever said learning anatomy can’t be easy and fun? Introducing My First Human Body Coloring Book—an informative coloring book that teaches the basics of the human body while simultaneously... [READ MORE]
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