Monarch Award: Illinois’ K-3 Readers’ Choice Award 2015 Master List. Sponsored by the Illinois School Library Media Association. 2013 Monarch Award Winner. Nic Bishop Snakes by Nic Bishop. Nic Bishop captures the scary, scaly world of snakes with expert photography.
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Nic Bishop captures the scary, scaly world of snakes with expert photography.
Photography captures the world of sloth in a sanctuary devoted to saving the much maligned animal.
Prudence wants a pet so much that she adopts a branch, a twig, a tire, and even a shoe named Formal Footwear; but none is a suitable pet for Prudence.
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Helen Keller taught the world that her life was not small, but bigger than anyone imagined. And even though she could not see and could not hear, people listened.
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Jeremy Bean comes up with unusual solutions to problems he confronts.
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Imaginative Jack describes the kind of house he would build – one with a racetrack, a flying room, and a gigantic slide.
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