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The wind and the trees —Stewart, Todd (Illustrator), author, illustrator.

"A gentle meditation on the cycle of life, told by two trees. One day, a tiny pine seedling strikes up a conversation with a nearby tree. As the seedling grows larger, the older pine shares what it has learned about the ...

Flow, spin, grow : looking for patterns in nature —Barss, Patchen, author.

"Flow, Spin, Grow encourages kids to observe and discover patterns in the natural world that reveal deep, unexpected connections. For example, look up, and you will see the branches of a tree. If you could see undergroun...

See you next year —Larsen, Andrew, 1960- author.

Every summer, a girl's family drives down the same roads, passes through the same towns, and spends a week at the same beachside motel. Year after year, everything is comfortingly predictable: the families they see, the ...

The Sandman. Overture —Gaiman, Neil, author.
Graphic Novel
Availability: 6 of 10

"Twenty-five years since The Sandman first changed the landscape of modern comics, Neil Gaiman's legendary series is back in a deluxe hardcover edition! The Sandman: Overture heralds New York Times best-selling writer Ne...

Everest : the remarkable story of Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay —Stewart, Alexandra, author.

"In the late morning of May 29, 1953, the sun was shining brightly and a gentle breeze was blowing on the highest elevation of the world--and two men were there to witness it for the first time ever. Their names were Edm...

Black Hammer, age of doom. Part I —Lemire, Jeff, author.
Graphic Novel
Availability: 6 of 7

"Picking up immediately where we left off--Lucy Weber has become the new Black Hammer and right as she's about to reveal to our heroes how they got stuck on the farm and can escape she vanishes. Now our new Black Hammer ...

Batwoman. Haunted tides —Williams, J. H., III, author, artist.
Graphic Novel
Availability: 1 of 2

"They call her La Llorona. "The Weeping Woman." A spectral presence that drowns her own sorrow by destroying the lives of others, dragging innocent children to a watery grave ... or to an even worse fate. The hero called...