Nonfiction for Middle Schoolers
Another year's worth of wild and wacky information from Ripley's Believe It or Not!
Here are pages of awesomely weird information such as rainbow clouds in the Himalayas, a Chinese building in the shape of teapot, a woman who has worn and lived in pink clothes for 25 years, and more! Full color.
In addition to history and anatomy of the brain, this cool book with a see-through vinyl jacket includes information on learning and memory, the right brain and left brain, training the brain using memory tricks, phobias, intelligence, and the importance of sleep. Illustrations.
Piranha, sharks, crocodiles, tigers, and "killer" bees are all described and shown in action in this "Guiness" series book of animal records. Also profiled are perhaps lesser known, but no less dangerous, items like New Zealand's tree nettle, the Australian sea wasp, and poison-carrying puffer fish.
Everything you've ever wanted to know and more about our favorite companions. Animals in the House scampers through the history of pets and people and takes a closer look at today's most popular pets.