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Rocky Mountain Challenge

by C.R. Fulton

The Campground Kids are on to their next adventure attending Survival Week at Camp Wilderness, a training course packed full of challenges. Over their week’s stay, they will learn to master five skills making it possible to survive in almost any environment. With five cabins divided into teams, competition becomes the main focus. As they power through each event, the team members learn to work together in unity. When the campers return from their first day of challenges, the boys of Cabin 3 find their belongings ransacked and immediately blame the girls of Cabin 5. Blood begins to boil. What starts out as small harmless pranks turns into all-out cabin war! How far are the kids willing to go in the name of competition? At what point is payback enough? Can relationships mend after this intense week of challenges and pranks?

There Was a Shadow

by Bruce Handy

With a lyrical text from Bruce Handy and dramatic, sensitive art from award-winning illustrator Lisk Feng, There Was a Shadow invites readers to look up and down, in and out––to notice the position of the sun and the corresponding length or shortness of shadows, as well as the subtle ways in which light and shadow reveal and obscure things both in the world and in ourselves.

With images that swell and overflow with light, this is a picture book that is sure to awe and delight.

Snakes (A Day in the Life)

by Christian Cave

Journey around the world to follow the lives of these cold-blooded reptiles as they hunt, hide, and fight their way through their day. Biologist and conservationist Christian Cave tells the story of the world’s most amazing venomous snakes in the style of a nature documentary, including gentle science explanations of topics such as camouflage and skin shedding that are perfect for future biologists.