Juvenile Nonfiction

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    Miracle Over Miami: How the 2003 Marlins Shocked the World
    By Dan Schlossberg
    (Sports Publishing)
    Nobody gave them a chance. The experts said their manager was too old, their pitching was too young, and their ownership was too frugal to compete against experienced opponents with deeper pockets. What rivals did not realize, however, was that the Florida Marlins were making the most of their march... [READ MORE]
    David and Goliath
    The Brick Bible for Kids
    By Brendan Powell Smith
    (Sky Pony Press)
    The Philistine army has gathered for a vicious war against King Saul and the Israelites. With great suspense, a Philistine giant named Goliath boldly approaches the Israelites presenting a challenge: Defeat him and the Philistines will forever be their slaves; but if the Israelites lose, then they must... [READ MORE]
    Robots
    Explore the World of Robots and How They Work for Us
    By Rick Allen Leider
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Robots exist for so many different reasons. Many robots replace humans, whether it’s because a situation is dangerous or just tedious. There are rover robots to explore space and drone robots that play a part in our military today, but then there are also vacuum robots available for the average household’s... [READ MORE]
    The Outdoor Handy Book
    For Playground, Field, and Forest
    By D. C. Beard
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Ingenuity and self-reliance are valuable qualities in a boy or man," writes famed outdoorsman Daniel Carter Beard. And what better way to foster them than by working—or playing—with your hands? For fathers who want to build the model ships (or real boats!) they never knew how to build, and sons who want... [READ MORE]
    Dean Smith: A Tribute
    By Ken Rosenthal
    (Sports Publishing)
    An Award winning sportswriter for the Baltimore Sun, Ken Rosenthal has sought out hundreds of players, coaches, media and fans who have been associated with Dean Smith, North Carolina's legendary coach. Dean Smith: A Tribute is a complete work of recollections from the people who knew the Dean of College... [READ MORE]
    The Stories of the Mona Lisa
    An Imaginary Museum Tale about the History of Modern Art
    By Piotr Barsony
    (Sky Pony Press)
    “Dad, will you tell me a story?” asks a little girl. “Sure,” artist Piotr Barsony responds. “I’ll tell you a story about a painting. And the Mona Lisa, the most beautiful painting in all the world, will be our subject.” Thus begins the fascinating history of modern painting through what many consider... [READ MORE]
    Gettysburg
    The True Account of Two Young Heroes in the Greatest Battle of the Civil War
    By Iain C. Martin
    (Sky Pony Press)
    In the summer of 1863, General Robert E. Lee and the Army of Northern Virginia advanced into Pennsylvania in a daring offensive to win the Civil War in a single campaign. They met the Union Army at a quiet crossroads town called Gettysburg, and engaged in the greatest battle ever fought on American soil.... [READ MORE]
    LEGO Man in Space
    A True Story
    By Mara Shaughnessy
    (Sky Pony Press)
    The true story of two boys who launched a Lego Man into space! With over 3 million views on YouTube and covered by almost every major news outlet in the world, the story of how two boys launched a Lego man 80,000 feet... [READ MORE]
    A Kid's Guide to Awesome Duct Tape Projects
    How to Make Your Own Wallets, Bags, Flowers, Hats, and Much, Much More!
    By , Edited by Nicole Smith
    (Sky Pony Press)
    It is a known fact of the universe that duct tape can fix anything. If it’s broken, just add duct tape! For generations this has been the case, and now thanks to Instructables.com, there’s one more thing duct tape can fix—boredom! Duct tape has come a long way since being a simple metallic roll that... [READ MORE]
    Joseph and the Colorful Coat
    The Brick Bible for Kids
    By Brendan Powell Smith
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Jacob had twelve sons, but Joseph was his favorite. Joseph’s brothers were jealous of him, especially after Jacob gave Joseph a beautiful, colorful coat. So his brothers plotted to hurt him. One day when they were out tending their flocks, Joseph’s brothers turned on him, tore off his colorful coat,... [READ MORE]
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