Vaccinations can save your life. As we get older, immune systems tend to weaken over time, putting us at higher risk for certain diseases. Older adults are especially vulnerable to certain diseases, such as influenza and pneumonia. There is no better time than the present to follow-up with your doctor and make sure you have all the shots you need. Despite the common misconception, vaccinations are needed throughout your life—not just when you are a child.
How to Wash a Woolly Mammoth is Michele Robinson's cute and comical step-by-step guide on how to clean this hairy beast. You thought giving your dog a bath was tough? Get ready for a mammoth-sized mess!
I don't usually choose to read romances, but the setting for Jessica Brockmole's debut novel, Letters from Skye, interested me. It is a true "old-fashioned love story," told in alternating chapters through letters written during World War I and World War II.
The old sign said, "NO SW MM NG," but Davey just wanted to dip his feet in. He had no idea that he would soon be Surrounded by Sharks!
"...groundbreaking new guide outlining an immediate and practical strategy for being abundantly employed in any economy. Learn how to insulate yourself from sudden and total job loss by following the practical advice detailed in each chapter. Earn a good living in any economic environment by learning how to create an exceptional number of career opportunities and then select the offers that are most attractive to you. Create your own schedule and choose when and where you work. Discover a new way to review your skills and the best ways to market them to employers."--catalog summary
Count the Monkeys teases you with a seemingly easy challenge but quickly devolves into a slightly stranger counting book. We turn the first page to find that a dastardly king cobra has scared all our monkeys away. They keep one step ahead of the reader throughout the book, leading us on a wild chase!
Not every child today learns in a big building with lots of other students all studying the same things at the same time. In the past twenty years, the homeschool phenomenon has caught fire across America.
Glorious fruit and vegetables are a hallmark of harvests, but what do you do when you want to preserve the tastes for other times? Traditionally, the answer was to “put up” or preserve these wonderful things for later, sometimes combining them creatively and adding spices. A day of canning meant piles of produce, dozens of jars, and steam filling the kitchen for hours—usually on a hot summer day. Marisa McClellan’s Preserving by the Pint presents a different way to do this wonderful, traditional cooking without such a huge commitment of time and storage space.
In The Crossover, by Kwame Alexander, Josh and his brother JB are the stars of their school basketball team. The sons of professional baller Charlie "Da Man" Bell are a force to be reckoned with. That is fine when Josh and JB work together, but trash talk, a family crisis, and a new girl is about to come between these two, making teamwork nearly impossible.