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MARCH Titles for Young People
Go Green for Spring
Grow: A Family Guide to Plants and How to Grow Them
by Riz Reyes
Includes step-by-step instructions on how to grow or care for 15 useful different plants and fungi at home.
Vermont: The Green Mountain State
by Schnobrich, Emily
Let's learn all about the state of Vermont. This book explores the wild beauty of the Green Mountain State, as well as its history, industries, and culture. And of course the maple syrup!
Little Green Peas: A Big Book of Colors
by Keith Baker
When peas ski it’s always a hit with little grandkids and grandmas. We especially like the peas playing baseball.
And Then It’s Spring
by Julie Fogliano
With the last days of winter fast approaching, this is the perfect book for those eagerly anticipating the sights and sounds of spring.
The Green Fairy Book
Edited by Andre Lang
This anthology includes many of the most beloved fairytales from around the world in their original versions, accompanied by beautiful woodcut illustrations.
What Do We Know About Bigfoot?
What Do We Know About? is an exciting new series that explores the mysterious, the unknown, and the unexplained. Is the hairy cryptid of the forest fact, myth, or legend? Let’s find out together! What Do We Know About Bigfoot? lets curious young readers explore what we actually know about the creature's mysterious history. Dive into the facts behind the most well-known footage of the cryptid, the Patterson-Gimlin film, and learn about actual scientific studies conducted to learn whether or not Bigfoot actually exists. Filled with accounts of over a century of potential sightings, this book will have every reader looking for footprints on their next hike. Bigfoot has been the star subject of movies, TV shows, books, and more... but is he really out there?
Pretty Tricky: The Sneaky Ways Plants Survive
by Etta Kaner
Did you know that plants can hitchhike, climb, and camouflage themselves? Plants are surprising masterminds of ensuring their survival, whether by subtle design or outright trickery, and Pretty Tricky proves that adaption isn’t just for animals. This book is surprisingly informative and filled with fantastic and colorful paper-cut illustrations that make it a joy to read.