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Dear Friend,Welcome to the Fall 2011 list rom Black Rabbit Books!  As you are aware, the Black Rabbit Books line oers you subject diversity, depth anda range o books that are bright, imaginative, and inormative. Our mission here hasalways been to build better books, to build better readers. With this list we oer you timely series at the middle- and high-school level on the Civil War, covering both thebattlefeld and the home ront. Also oered at this level are hot-topic sets about crime (including cyber crimeand modern-day pirates), and the latest in technology, ranging rom gaming to robots to sports. For elementarystudents, we bring you the Olympics, with its scandals, records and events, and our core curriculum science series(
Space Travel Guides, Earth Cycles,
Watery World 
) will allow you to bring your collection up-to-date with themost recent research available. High-interest books on animals, security orces and orensics, and cooking will bringchildren into your library . . . and our continuing emphasis on the arts means books on drawing, sports, and music will help your children build skills and entertain themselves.  As we all wander through the choices bequeathed to us by unding challenges andshortalls, I oer good news: it is demonstrated that books in libraries are the most cost-eective way to bring learning material to children. And it’s been shown that books athome are the best measurement o predictive success. Please wander through the catalog—make a note o your interest—and give us a call.Let us help get you the books your kids need. With our deepest gratitude,  Jonathan Strickland Associate Publisher  jstrickland@blackrabbitbooks.com
 Arcturus Publishing
produces content-rich books designed for theupper grades that incorporate a wealth of extra features such as maps,graphs, and comparative statistics.
Brown Bear Books
feature in-demand topics presented with high-interest appeal, drawn from an extensive database of primary sources,photos, and statistics.
Cherrytree Books
include many unique and thoughtful features forbooks—from time lines and visual organizers to glossaries on text pages.
New Forest Press
features books that capture children’s imaginationthrough photography and stats & fun facts, with an emphasis oncontemporary interests. Each series provides strong nonfiction contentand curriculum tie-ins.
Sea-to-Sea Publications
uses specialty authors and classroom centeredreading strategies to create smart curriculum support for lower grades.
Smart Apple Media
is well established as a notable imprint ofnonfiction books. From feature-driven K–12 content to high schoolcompare-and-contrast strategies, these books emphasize point-of-view teaching and world relevance, presented in entertaining andcomprehensive formats.
Stargazer Books
feature curriculum-based nonfiction in creativeways, using Q&A formats, multi-level text, strong thematic layouts,and nonfiction information enhanced with reinforcing stories.
Walter Foster Library
offers drawing and craft books that will helpchildren develop their artistic potential in addition to independent skillbuilding. Nonfiction content is also provided for additional curriculumsupport.
Zak Books
cover important curriculum areas. Pedigreed authorsunderlie each book, perfect for buttressing classroom libraries.
Imprints of Black Rabbit Books:
My Reading Library 3Tiger Talk 3Sparklers 4Read and Play 4Science Starters 5Best Selling Backlist:Basic Science 6I Know That! 6
HIGH INTERESTMy Favorite Machines 7I Can Cook! 8On the Edge 9 Action Force 10
Mega Machine Drivers 11Money 11Machines Rule! 11Back To Basics 12Difficult & Dangerous 12Awesome Machines 12War Machines 13Amazing Mysteries 13Best Selling Backlist:Vehicles 14Spies and Spying 14Extreme Jobs 14
My Faith 15Festival Stories 15Prayer & Worship 15
SOCIAL STUDIESPositive Steps 16
My Family and Me 17Helping Our Planet 17Living Sustainably 17One World 18My First Time 18What Do I Do About . . . 18Recycling & Reusing 19One Small Step 19How Can I Deal With . . . 19Making a Difference 20Earth SOS 20Dealing With Waste 20Environmental Citizens 21World Commodities 21Talking Points 22Global Issues 22What’s That Got to Dowith Me? 22
NATURE AND ANIMALSLife Cycles of Marine Animals 23Saving Wildlife 24Really Weird Animals 25
Exploring Life Cycles 26All About Baby Animals 26Animals and Their Babies 26World of Animals 27Zoo Animals in the Wild 27Small Furry Animals 27Get To Know Your Pet 28Humans And Animals 28Dinosaurs Alive! 28Keeping Minibeasts 29Killer Nature 29Where to Find Minibeasts 29How Does it Grow? 30Extreme Pets 30Close-Up 31Owning a Pet 31Food Chains in Action 31Dinosaur Files 32Living Things 32
NATURAL SCIENCEWatery Worlds 33Earth Cycles 34Space Travel Guides 35
Toppers - Seasons 36A Sense of Science 36Science Alive 36Seasons 37Science Everywhere! 37Thinking about the Seasons 37The Real ScientistInvestigates 38Wonders of the Sea 38Understanding Plants 38Natural Disasters 39Ocean’s Alive! 39Discovering Space 39The Science Behind 40Essential Science 40Space Frontiers 40Earthwise 41Making Sense of Science 41Nature’s Fury 41Best Selling Backlist:Environmental Science 42Energy Sources 42Amazing Planet Earth 42
On Your Plate 43Look After Yourself 43Healthy Habits 43Healthy Choices 44Healthy Eating 44Problem Page 45How’s Your Health? 45Feeling Sick? 46Your Body Inside and Out 46The A–Z of Health 46
Fun Science Projects 47How We Use Materials 47How Machines Work 47Amazing Science Discoveries 48Forensic Investigations 48Robots and Robotics 48How Does it Work? 49The Technology Behind 49The A–Z of Inventions andInventors 50Technology All Around Us 50The A–Z of ScientificDiscoveries 50
 ART AND LEISURELearn to Draw FavoriteCharacters 51How the World MakesMusic 52The Olympics 53Secrets of Magic 54Soccer File 55
Best Selling Backlist: Do ItYourself 56Start-Up Art and Design 56Step-Up Art and Design 56Learn to Draw 57All About Drawing 57No Limits 57Combat Sports 58Talking About Soccer 58Know Your Sport 59World of Design 59Let’s Make Music 60Arts and Crafts of theAncient World 60Art and Craft Skills 60Most Excellent Book Of . . . 61Sticky Fingers 61Recreational Sports 61Design and Make 62Artists at Work 62Artventure 62
LANGUAGE ARTSMy Phonics Readers 63
Reading Corner 64Hopscotch Adventures 65Once Upon a World 65The Elements in Poetry 66Stories from AncientCivilizations 66
GEOGRAPHY AND HISTORYBeen There! 67Countries in Our World 68
Celebrations 69Living In 69Homes Around the World 69Facts About Countries 70World About Us 70Starting History 70True Stories and Legends 71World of Ancient Greece 71Virtual History Tours 71How They Made ThingsWork! 72Famous Places of the World 72Letters From Aroundthe World 73Country Topics 73History Chronicles 74Building History 74All About Ancient Peoples 74World Heritage 75Countries in the News 75Rich and Poor In 75Uncovering History 76History Topics 76Children in History 76Technology in Times Past 77Wars Day-by-Day 77
Table of Contents 78
Index 107Resource Guide 114Order Form 115Processing Information 116
Books for Grades K–5

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