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LMNO Peas

Robyn Lee Follow this and additional works at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/cbmr BYU ScholarsArchive Citation - LMNO Peas Author Keith Baker Illustrator Keith Baker Reviewer Robyn Lee

The Selection #5: The Crown

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The Weather Girls

The weather girls take readers on an adventure through the seasons, changing their clothes and activities as they go. Starting with the swimming and playing of summer, the girls continue on, teaching about the apples and sweaters of fall, snowmen, snowflakes and mountains of winter, and finally the breezes and colors of spring. All these adventures culminate in a summary of each...

The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane

Edward Tulane is a china rabbit who belongs to a little girl named Abilene. While her family is traveling by ship, Edward is accidentally thrown overboard, where he reflects on his life with Abilene and how he never returned her affection. Eventually Edward is found and taken home by a fisherman and learns to observe his owners and pick up on their emotion. Many years of...

Bomb: The Race to Build-And Steal-The World’s Most Dangerous Weapon

Bomb: The R ace to Build-And Steal-The W Most Dangerous Weapon orld's Robyn Lee Follow this and additional works at: http://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/cbmr BYU ScholarsArchive Citation - Article 27

Blown Away

by an authorized editor of BYU ScholarsArchive. For more information , please contact 1 Title: Blown Away Author: Rob Biddulph Reviewer: Robyn Lee Publisher: HarperCollins Publication Year: 2015 ISBN

Super Social Studies Infographics: US History through Infographics

This nonfiction picture book takes young readers through significant moments in US history in an easily absorbed graphic format. The book breaks down the early native people, discovery and colonization, slave trade, independence, westward expansion, The Civil War, Industrialization, immigration, Japanese Interment, and The Space Race. After inviting the young reader to come on a...

Doubled Haploid ‘CUDH2107’ as a Reference for Bulb Onion (Allium cepa L.) Research: Development of a Transcriptome Catalogue and Identification of Transcripts Associated with Male Fertility

Researchers working on model plants have derived great benefit from developing genomic and genetic resources using ‘reference’ genotypes. Onion has a large and highly heterozygous genome making the sharing of germplasm and analysis of sequencing data complicated. To simplify the discovery and analysis of genes underlying important onion traits, we are promoting the use of the...