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Cover: Guarding Supermax Prisons

A Review of "Highly Guarded Places" in Booklist

If the swirling lengths of razor wire don’t ensnare readers, the chance to look into a cell in the most secure prison in the U.S. will. Kicking off with bank robber Jack Powers’ prison escape and relocation to Colorado’s federal supermax prison, the Administrative Maximum Facility (ADX)… View →

 
Cover: Cats

A Review of "In the Barnyard" in Children's Bookwatch

‘Cats’ is an introduction to the world of domestic cats from the series, In the Barnyard, written for young readers age 5 and up. ‘Cats’ has information on domestic cat colors, characteristics, claws, eating hunting, and life expectancy, plus multiple color photo portraits of many different… View →

 
Cover: Missions of the Delta Force

A Review of "Military Special Forces in Action" in Horn Book Guide

Military Special Forces in Action series. This series briefly profiles special forces units designed to perform difficult and dangerous missions. Each volume provides a history of the unit’s origin and its mission, as well as the grueling and strenuous training involved. Brief vignettes… View →

 
Cover: On the Hunt with Black Mambas

A Review of "On the Hunt with Animal Predators" in Horn Book Guide

On the Hunt with Animal Predators series. These slight books present basic information about reptiles of tropical swamps and grasslands. Characteristics of each species are recounted including their habitats, social behaviors, food sources, and nurturing of offspring. The simply written… View →

 
Cover: On the Hunt with Great White Sharks

A Review of "On the Hunt with Animal Predators" in Horn Book Guide

On the Hunt with Animal Predators series. This slight book presents basic information about one of the most feared sea creatures including habitat, behaviors, food sources, and reproduction. The brief narrative is interesting but may be inadequate for report-driven readers. Large up-close… View →

 
Cover: On the Hunt with African Lions

A Review of "On the Hunt with Animal Predators" in Horn Book Guide

On the Hunt with Animal Predators series. These slight books present basic information about large carnivores that prey on weaker animals. Characteristics of each species are recounted, including their habitats, social behaviors, food sources, and nurturing of offspring. The simply written… View →

 
Cover: Dogs

A Review of "Pet Care" in Horn Book Guide

Pet Care series. Published fall 2015. Straightforward but limited descriptions of pets aim to prepare readers for ownership of each animal; sections discuss living environment, diet, and care required. Layouts feature simple text in blue and red circles and photographs with arrow-shaped… View →

 
Cover: Inventing the Cell Phone

A Review of "The Spark of Invention" in Horn Book Guide

Spark of Invention series. These books examine the history and technological underpinnings of these modern machines. Each volume hits on a few key people and events critical to the creation of the technology as well as to the products’ broad popularity. The books are quite short, though… View →

 
Cover: Exploring Beyond Our Solar System

A Review of "Wonders of Space" in Horn Book Guide

Wonders of Space series. Accounts of major events in space exploration—including the historic Apollo 11 moon landing, Voyager probes, Mars rovers, and Hubble telescope as well as recent missions to Saturn and Pluto—are presented in short narrative formats, with numerous quotes from those… View →

 
Cover: Behind the Wheel of a Dirt Bike

A Review of "In the Driver's Seat" in Horn Book Guide

In the Driver’s Seat series. These books focus on what a young reader might experience while driving the featured vehicle. The second-person narration includes pertinent information about the vehicles; color photos and occasional sidebars support the texts. Safety issues are mentioned… View →

 

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