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Graphing Buildings And Structures

author: Thorpe, Yvonne
Explains how buildings and structures can be measured using graphs and charts, and answers questions about a beam bridge, the Channel Tunnel, and the world's tallest building.
001.4
year: 2009
copies: 2
call number/section: 001.4
lexile: 960

The Library

author: Murray, Julie
Text and illustrations show why libraries are needed, who works there, and what kinds of things happen there.
027
year: 2017
copies: 2
call number/section: 027
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Xtreme Comparisons

author: Graham, Ian
From insects to elephants, bicycles to rockets, the extremes of weather, the natural world and space, Extreme Comparisons shows how they compare to each other in a variety of ways.
028
year: 2014
copies: 1
call number/section: 028
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100 Great Wonders Of The World

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030
year: 2005
copies: 1
call number/section: 030
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Places We Go

author: Kreisman, Rachelle
Text and photographs look at the buildings that all communities have in common, such as a library, a school, and a bank.
307
year: 2016
copies: 6
call number/section: 307
lexile: 570
subjects: community life, buildings [X]

The School

author: Murray, Julie
Text and illustrations show why schools are needed, who works there, and what kinds of things happen there.
371
year: 2017
copies: 1
call number/section: 371
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subjects: schools, buildings [X], readers (publications)

The Post Office

author: Murray, Julie
Text and illustrations show why post offices are needed, who works there, and what kinds of things happen there.
383
year: 2017
copies: 2
call number/section: 383
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1000 Facts On Buildings & Transportation

author: Farndon, John
385
year: 2004
copies: 2
call number/section: 385
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In Focus

author: Walden, Libby
"Ten illustrators place ten subjects under the miscroscope to help readers look beneath the surface.
500
year:
copies: 1
call number/section: 500
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subjects: science, buildings [X]

A Tour Of New York City

author: Wall, Julia
Descriptions and photographs of building and sites in New York City help introduce three-dimensional shapes.
516
year: 2008
copies: 1
call number/section: 516
lexile: 560
subjects: shapes, shape, buildings [X]

Triumphs Of Engineering

author: Brasch, Nicolas
This book discusses remarkable structures humans have the ability to build, describing the Channel Tunnel, Panama Canal, Christ the Redeemer statue, the Sydney Opera House, the Eiffel Tower, the Statue of Liberty, Mount Rushmore, and the Gateway Arch.
620
year: 2013
copies: 7
call number/section: 620
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subjects: buildings [X], engineering

Super Structures

author: Malam, John
Illustrations and text describe how some of the world's largest structures were built.
624
year: 2000
copies: 4
call number/section: 624
lexile: 1000

Stone & Steel

author: Billout, Guy
Text and illustrations describe bridges and buildings of historic interest.
624
year: 1980
copies: 2
call number/section: 624
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subjects: civil engineering, bridges, buildings [X]

Buildings, Bridges, And Tunnels

author: Royston, Angela
Uses question and answer format with pictures to explain elements and principles of structural engineering, the field that includes the design and construction of bridges, tunnels, and buildings.
624
year: 1991
copies: 1
call number/section: 624
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Buildings, Bridges & Tunnels

author: Gaff, Jackie
624
year: 1991
copies: 1
call number/section: 624
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