Archive for September, 2012

Things for Girls to Make and Do by Leonie Pratt, Rebecca Gilpin and Ruth Brocklehurst.

This delightful book is packed with princesses, mermaids, fairies, hearts and flowers. There are ideas for things to wear, such as a pretty tiara or a sparkly mask, as well as ideas for presents, pictures, cards and lots, lots more.

September 28, 2012 at 9:13 am Leave a comment

Leyendo catalog

Dear UE students,

Remember Leyendo catalog due date is next Thursday, October, 4. If you want to order books from Leyendo, bring you filled form  and money to Encino Library.

Books will arrive approximately at the end of October, except for the Wimpy Kid 7.
Enjoy your reading!

Ms. A.

September 28, 2012 at 8:56 am Leave a comment

The Absolute Beginners Guide Stringing Beaded Jewelry by Karin Buckingham.

Absolute beginner? Absolutely no worries!

If you´d love to get started stringing beaded jewelry but would appreciate some friendly guidance as you begin, help is in this book. Using the close-up step-by-step photos and clear instructions, you´ll see exactly how to begin stringing your very first necklace. Star with easy projects, move through the book, and watch your skills grow!

The author post photos of her creations at her blog: http://artfulcrafts.blogspot.mx/

September 12, 2012 at 2:33 pm Leave a comment

The Not-For-Parents Travel Book by Michael Dubois, Katri Hilden & Jane Price.

Cool stuff to know about every country in the world. Read about the epic events, amazing animals, funky foods, and crazy facts that make the world´s 200 countries so fascinating.

Quick look inside:

September 12, 2012 at 2:27 pm Leave a comment

How Weird Is It? A Freaky Book All About Strangeness by Ben Hillman.

What´s small and furry and chased mice around pyramids thousands of years ago?

That´s right, an Egyptian cat. But what was the final fate of these family felines? For many of them, it was time to be turned into cat mummies!

Want to see more, check his website: http://www.benhillmanbooks.com/howweird.html

September 12, 2012 at 2:22 pm Leave a comment

Cute! A Guide to All Things Adorable by Bart King.

Things that make you say, “Awww!”

Cute! celebrates and explores all things adorable and answers important questions like:

Is being cute a super-power?
Why are bulldogs cute?
Is pink actually a boy´s color?
Where is the world capital of cuteness?
What animals are in the Cuteness Hall of Fame?

Funny and kid friendly, Cute! is sprinkled with sweet surprises and fun facts. It even has a “Cuteness Check list” for scoring the adorability of ANYTHING. (Including your little brother!).

More of his books at his website.

September 12, 2012 at 2:13 pm Leave a comment

Ghosts And Real-Life Ghost Hunters by Michael Teitelbaum.

It´s late at night, and you´re home alone. You hear chains being dragged across the attic floor. Eerie lights appear outside your window.

Piano music floats up from downstairs.

Your house is definitely haunted!

Or maybe not. Ghost hunters claim they can figure out what´s really going on. They´ll tell you wether your house has ghosts-or just noisy pumbling.

Want to know more?

September 12, 2012 at 2:04 pm Leave a comment

Grave Secrets by Annette and Gina Cascone.

What´s the only thing scarier than the creepy old neighbor´s house? The creepy old neighbor…

Amanda grabbed the ball and took off, running fast enough to break Olympic records. She looked back only once. No one was behind her. Ahead of her was the fence. She could see the amazement on her friends´faces. Just a few more feet and Amanda was home free1

“Move!” Amanda yelled as she hit the fence hard. “Get out of the way!”

Jarrad, Kevin, and Laura stepped back to make room for Amanda to squeeze through. As she began to, they were already congratulating her, sure that it was over and that she was safe.

Amanda was pretty sure of it, too. But she was wrong. Because Amanda was only halfway through the fence when she felt icy, skeletal fingers clamp down on her wrist.
Watch the video of a pilot TV show of the series, at:  http://agcascone.com/movies

September 12, 2012 at 1:59 pm Leave a comment

Steve Jobs: Thinking Differently by Patricia Lakin.

Steve Jobs, the co-founder, chairman, and chief executive officer of Apple Inc., could answer to any of these descriptions. He was the most unlikely of visionaries. No one ever could have imagined that the tiny error of third grade, who was later a college dropout and was even fired from the company he cofounded, would ultimately turn his many “failures” into spectacular successes.

Who was Steve Jobs, and who and what influenced he had an impact on him throughout his extraordinary and complex life?

Read about his journey from grade school to Reed College, from India to Atari, from Apple to NeXT to Pixar and his subsequent return to Apple. Just like Jobs himself, the biography is fascinating, inspiring, and unforgettable.

A brief biography is available, here.

September 12, 2012 at 1:10 pm Leave a comment

National Geographic Kids Almanac 2013.

Did you know that some frogs glow when they eat fireflies, or that Australia´s Great Barrier Reef is the biggest living structure on Earth? The Nat Geo Almanac 2013 is packed with fun facts, games, incredible photos, and fascinating information. Have fun and get even smarter at the same time! You can visit the website to look for photos.

Check the book trailer:

September 12, 2012 at 1:01 pm Leave a comment

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