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Enjoy early access to huge savings. Previous JLG selections are $8 or less with coupon code: TEXAS. What's better than shopping for books? Shopping a book sale of course! The Virtual Warehouse Sale is October 2-5, but we’re opening the doors early—exclusively for Texas libraries, because everything is bigger in Texas!

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      Building Reusable Rockets

      by Gregory L. Vogt

      Jun 2018

      Series Nonfiction
      Science Grades 6-8

      Explores scientists' thrilling quest to build reusable rockets. Engaging text, vibrant photos, and informative infographics help readers learn about this important advancement in exploring space, as well as the people and technology that made it possible.

      Pennies

      by Maddie Spalding

      Jun 2018

      Series Nonfiction
      Social Studies Grades K-2

      Introduces readers to the fundamental concepts of a penny, explores its history, and teaches readers how pennies are made. Additional features to aid comprehension include labeled diagrams, critical-thinking questions, fun facts, a map of where money is made, and a profile of Abraham Lincoln, whose face marks the front of the penny.

      Sea Turtles

      by Mara Grunbaum

      Jun 2018

      Series Nonfiction
      Science Grades 3-5

      Did you know that sea turtles can live to be 100 years oldor that they can migrate up to 2,800 miles from their birthplace? These amazing animals are also at risk due to pollution and illegal fishing. Learn fascinating facts like these and more all in the pages of this book!

      The National Museum of American History

      by Megan Cooley Peterson

      Jun 2018

      Series Nonfiction
      Social Studies Grades 3-5

      What do Abraham Lincoln's hat, a violin used as a journal, and an Apple II personal computer all have in common? They are some of the amazing artifacts on display at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History. Take a tour through the museum's collections. Engaging text, graphs, maps, and colorful images help readers discover the stories behind some of America's most treasured pieces of history.

      The Fight Against War and Terrorism

      by Jilly Hunt

      Jun 2018

      Series Nonfiction
      Social Studies Grades 6-8

      Explore beyond the headlines on the topics of war and terrorism, learning how these issues are treated in the news and how to separate truth from spin.

      Strange Star

      by Emma Carroll

      Jun 2018

      Mystery Middle Plus

      $16.99  $12.75  Member Price
      This spine-tingling novel, inspired by Frankenstein, has more than a hint of mystery and suspense.

      The Disappearing Spoon: And Other True Tales of Rivalry, Adventure, and the History of the World from the Periodic Table of the Elements (Young Readers Edition)

      by Sam Kean

      Jun 2018

      Nonfiction Middle

      Why did Gandhi hate iodine? How did radium nearly ruin Marie Curie's reputation? A chronicle of the extraordinary stories behind one of the greatest scientific tools in existence: the periodic table.

      Tess of the Road

      by Rachel Hartman

      Jun 2018

      Fantasy/Science Fiction High Plus

      In the medieval kingdom of Goredd, women are expected to be ladies, men are their protectors, and dragons can be whomever they choose. Tess is none of these things.

      The Case for Jamie: A Charlotte Holmes Novel

      by Brittany Cavallaro

      Jun 2018

      Mystery High Plus

      Charlotte Holmes and James Watson facethe ultimate test: they must unravel the case of their lives without unraveling eachother.

      Honor Among Thieves

      by Rachel Caine

      Jun 2018

      Current Trends High Plus

      In Earth's distant future, Zara, a savvy young criminal, is recruited to join the Honors space program, which sends humans into the far reaches of the galaxy.

      The Hyena Scientist

      by Sy Montgomery

      Jun 2018

      Nonfiction Middle Plus

      Zoologist Kay Holecamp has made it her life's work to understand hyenas: fascinating, complex creatures that are playful, social, and highly intelligent—almost nothing like the mangy monsters of pop culture lore.

      Renoir’s Dancer: The Secret Life of Suzanne Valadon

      by Catherine Hewitt

      Jun 2018

      Adult Crossover Nonfiction Plus

      In the 1880s, Suzanne Valadon was considered the Impressionists' most beautiful model. But behind her captivating façade lay a closely guarded secret.
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