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Evolution : The Story of Life on Earth - Jay Hosler

Evolution, the most accessible graphic work on this universally studied subject, takes the reader from earth’s primordial soup to the vestigial structures, like the coccyx and the male nipple, of modern humans.

Emiko, an ordinary teen living a boring life in the suburbs, learns of the existence of an underground art scene and decides to try her hand at being an "art freak," but she finds it is not easy for an outsider to break into a group of outsiders.

Emiko Superstar-A teen makes new friends and finds a new identity.

Novels in Verse for Poetry Month

You are aware, I’m sure, that April is National Poetry Month. This brainchild of the Academy of American Poets has been celebrated since and…

American School and University January 2013 Magazine: Issue Contents

The January issue of American School & University delves into the topics that are hot this year, as well as features on playgrounds and signage on campus.

Classroom Connections: Graphic Novels for Beginning Readers, by Jesse Karp | Booklist Online

Classroom Connections: Graphic Novels for Beginning Readers, by Jesse Karp

Runner uses Nike+ app to draw penises.  San Francisco-based runner uses GPS to ‘draw run’ pictures of penises, dogs and Space Invaders aliens on Nike+ map

Runner uses Nike+ app to draw penises

Runner uses Nike+ app to draw penises San Francisco-based runner uses GPS to ‘draw run’ pictures of penises, dogs and Space Invaders aliens on Nike+ map

A wreath for Emmett Till by Marilyn Nelson ; illustrated by Philippe Lardy http://acorn.biblio.org/eg/opac/record/444396?query=emmett%20till;qtype=keyword;locg=65

In people all over the United States knew that Emmett Louis Till was a fourteen-year-old African American boy lynched for supposedly whistling at a white woman in Mississippi.

Margaret Atwood's new work will remain unseen for a century; Novelist says it is 'delicious' to be first contributor to the Future Library, which will compile 100 texts for publication in 2114 | The Guardian

Margaret Atwood's new work will remain unseen for a century

Margaret Atwood's new work will remain unseen for a century - Novelist says it is 'delicious' to be first contributor to the Future Library, which will compile 100 texts for publication in 2114 (cool but bummer I won't be around to read it!

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