Trinity Vogel

Trinity Vogel

Biography

Trinity Vogel was born in 2001 and lives in Texas.

  • Trinity's favorite subject is Math, and she's a member of the Math Pentathalon.

  • In her spare time, Trinity likes to play guitar, swim, go rollerskating, and write songs.

  • Trinity hopes to learn how to write in more detail as a Kid Reporter.

 

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    The Restless Sea

    The Restless Sea

    by Carole G. Vogel

    SET FEATURES:

    •     Award-winning author
    •     Great for marine biology and earth science
    •     Diagrams and illustrations clarify difficult concepts
    •     Stunning full-color photographs
    •     Informative sidebars and photo spreads integrated with text highlight areas of interest
    •     Glossary
    •     Index

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      9/1/04 School Library Journal (Curriculum Connections)
      Human Impact and Ocean Wildlife


       
      Stunning full-color photographs depicting the beauty and richness of ocean life make a powerful point with these discussions on the devastating impact of oil spills, coastal development, overfishing, and global warming.


       
      -Fall 2004

       

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    A True Book™—Civics

    A True Book™—Civics

    by Carole G. Vogel

    SET FEATURES:

    •     Superb age-appropriate introduction to curriculum-relevant subjects
    •     Covers all studies, from Animals to American History, Geography to Science
    •     "Words to Know" glossary clarifies subject-specific vocabulary
    •     "Learning More" section encourages independent study
    •     Index makes navigating subject matter easy

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      9/1/04 Multicultural Review
      How People Immigrate and Knowing Your Civil Rights


       
      This series aims to educate students in the lower elementary grades in various subjects in civics; other volumes include ones on freedom of speech, making a law, and being a governor. The books employ simple text in very large type, accompanied by a number of color photos. The volume on immigration provides a fairly thorough grounding in the requirements for entering and staying in the United States. The details given for such subjects as the workings of the diversity visa lottery may be beyond what students at this level will need to know; in a community with a large number of immigrants, though, such information may be of greater interest.


       
      The volume on civil rights focuses first on those found in the Bill of Rights, and it then describes the struggles for equal rights fought by African Americans, women, and the handicapped. Both books end with short lists of books, organizations, and web sites; a glossary defines the words bolded throughout the text.


       
      -Fall 2004

       

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