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      by 
      National Geographic Society (U.S.)
      Format: 
      Summary 
      Presents three hundred facts to teach students about the world around them, with information on ideas, events, and objects related to nature, science, history, geography, the human body, sports, and culture.
      Call Number 
      001.94 GAR
      Location 
      IDBEC_ELEM
      Publisher 
      Koleksiyon Yayıncılık,
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      Cover image for Just joking 3 : 300 hilarious jokes about everything, including tongue twisters, riddles, and more!
      2. 
      by 
      Musgrave, Ruth, 1960-
      Format: 
      Summary 
      A collection of three-hundred jokes, riddles, and tongue twisters for kids from National Geographic, including photographs. Includes fun facts about nature.
      Call Number 
      818 MUS
      Location 
      IDBEC_ELEM
      Publisher 
      National Geographic Society,
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      Cover image for Archaeology : cities, empires, religion, migrations of the past.
      3. 
      by 
      National Geographic Society (U.S.)
      Format: 
      Summary 
      Brings together investigations into the past and highlights how recent research is revolutionizing our understanding of human history.
      Call Number 
      913 ARC
      Location 
      LIBRARY
      Publisher 
      Wadsworth Cengage Learning,
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      Cover image for Gender roles : a cross-cultural perspective.
      4. 
      by 
      Cengage Learning (Firm)
      Format: 
      Summary 
      Shows through various articles the role of men and women and the influences they have on social and cultural behaviors.
      Call Number 
      305.3 GEN
      Location 
      LIBRARY
      Publisher 
      Wadsworth, Cengage Learning,
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      Cover image for Sustainability.
      5. 
      by 
      National Geographic Society (U.S.)
      Format: 
      Summary 
      A collection of articles examining natural, sustainable practices being adopted by countries around the globe.
      Call Number 
      333.79 SUS
      Location 
      LIBRARY
      Publisher 
      National Geographic Learning/Delmar Cengage Learning,
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      by 
      National Geographic Society (U.S.)
      Format: 
      Summary 
      Did you hear the one about the crook who broke into a vending machine and then left a trail of cheese curls all the way to his hideout? Or the burglar who left his wallet in an apartment he robbed, and actually went back to get it? Or how about the runaway criminal who got stuck in a drainpipe? Based on the successful "Stupid Criminals Busted!" column in National Geographic Kids magazine, this book is the newest extension of the blockbuster National Geographic Kids Weird But True franchise. This collection of chuckle-worthy stories about stupid criminals and the ridiculous ways they gave themselves away is illustrated with wacky collage art, and sprinkled with more than 150 weird-but-true facts about crime, including: funny laws; hilarious costumes criminals have worn while robbing banks; animal crimes and midemeanors; strange food crimes; great escapes; and more...
      Call Number 
      031.02 GAR
      Location 
      IDBEC_ELEM
      Publisher 
      Koleksiyon Yayıncılık,
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      Cover image for Colors!.
      7. 
      by 
      National Geographic Society (U.S.)
      Format: 
      Summary 
      Simple text and labeled photographs teach the concepts of color recognition with a variety of toys, vegetables, fruits, and many more.
      Call Number 
      535.6 COL
      Location 
      IDBEC_ELEM
      Publisher 
      National Geographic Society,
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      Cover image for National Geographic kids everything dogs
      8. 
      by 
      Baines, Rebecca.
      Format: 
      Summary 
      An introduction to dogs for kids, describing the characteristics of specific breeds of dogs, and featuring photographs, activities, and "Expert Corners" that relate the real-life experiences of a National Geographic explorer with dogs.
      Call Number 
      636.7 BAI
      Location 
      IDBEC_ELEM
      Publisher 
      National Geographic,
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      Cover image for Same and different.
      9. 
      by 
      National Geographic Society (U.S.)
      Format: 
      Summary 
      Simple text and labeled photographs teach the concepts of similarity and difference.
      Call Number 
      155.2 SAM
      Location 
      IDBEC_ELEM
      Publisher 
      National Geographic Society,
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      Cover image for 125 true stories of amazing animals.
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      by 
      National Geographic Society (U.S.)
      Format: 
      Summary 
      Brief descriptions and color photographs capture amazing animal stories, such as unlikely animal friendships, rescues by animals, and animal intelligence.
      Call Number 
      590 125
      Location 
      IDBEC_ELEM
      Publisher 
      National Geographic,
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      Cover image for National Geographic Kids beginner's world atlas.
      11. 
      by 
      National Geographic Society (U.S.)
      Format: 
      Summary 
      A beginner's atlas for children ages five to eight with full-color maps that reveal the geography of the Americas, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and Antarctica, including ten physical maps, ten political maps, and information on people, places, and natural wonders from around the world.
      Call Number 
      REF 912 NAT
      Location 
      IDBEC_ELEM
      Publisher 
      National Geographic,
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      Cover image for If stones could speak : unlocking the secrets of Stonehenge
      12. 
      by 
      Aronson, Marc.
      Format: 
      Summary 
      Text, photographs, and explanatory maps and illustrations document archaeologist Mike Parker Pearson's study of Stonehenge and the surrounding area, describing what he found and what the artifacts reveal about the site and its history.
      Call Number 
      936.2 ARO
      Location 
      LIBRARY
      Publisher 
      National Geographic,
      Available: