Franklin Elementary Author Event with Kelly Milner Halls
Students at Franklin Elementary in Pullman will enjoy a visit from author Kelly Milner Halls on March 28, 2017.
To order the books for your child to have signed by the author during her school visit, as a gift for your child's classroom, or as a gift for the school library, please make your selections below and follow the check-out process, choosing "pick up at author event" for your shipping option. Also please indicate your child's name and classroom teacher in the "Comments" field during checkout.
BookPeople will deliver the books to the school in time for the event, if orders have been received by the order deadline of MARCH 17.
You can learn more about the book and its reading level by clicking on the book title.
Thank you for your support of Franklin Elementary and of BookPeople of Moscow.
Follow the journey of Nitro, a tiger kept in captivity in Kansas. His story starts when the county sheriffs visited a Kansas property and decided to confiscate all big cats from their owner. Lions were sent to the Detroit Zoo, and Nitro and his friend Apache went to the Carolina Tiger Rescue. As Nitro was adjusting to his new home, things went terribly wrong.
National Geographic Kids Chapter books pick up where the best-selling National Geographic Readers series leaves off, offering young animal lovers who are ready for short chapters lively, true stories just right to carry in your backpack, share with your friends, and read under the covers at night.
Is a starfish really a fish? Can a hippo get sunburnt? Are Chihuahuas related to wolves? Test your truth-finding skills in Lie Detector: Animals and uncover some incredible animal facts (and fibs) in this fun, interactive book.
Did T-rex have really good breath? Were Brachiosaurus and Triceratops fierce enemies? Did some dinos gobble up rocks? Test your truth-finding skills in Lie Detector: Dinosaurs and uncover some incredible dinosaur facts (and fibs) in this fun, interactive book.
Cryptozoology is the study of animals that may or may not be real: familiar animals like Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster, and those that are less familiar like the Marozi of Kenya, the Orang-pendek of Sumatra and the Thylacine of Tasmania. Meet these and more in this introduction to cryptozoology.
The baghdad zoo was once home to more than six hundred magnificent animals. But after the war in Iraq began in 2003, the city faced widespread destruction.
What is Sasquatch? Thousands of people believe in it. Hundreds say they have seen it. But the
mystery of Sasquatch has not been solved . . .