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Appropriate for teenagers and sometimes tween-agers (9-14).

Introduces the historical and mathematical basis of statistics and probability as well as their application to everyday situations.
Examines the structure of the atom as well as the ways in which its electrons, protons, and neutrons facilitate both radioactivity and nuclear reactions, both of which have been crucial to technological advancements since the...
Once an alternate theory was proposed, the original notion was challenged and, eventually, disproved. This book features theories and ideas that were potent agents of change.
Tells the stories of the lives of influential Americans who have achieved greatness and have become celebrated personalities in the United States over the past 300 years.
Contains chronologically arranged entries profiling one hundred of the world's most influential scientists from ancient times through the twentieth century.
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Banned (Comic) Books Week

Persepolis book one
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Richland Library aims for greatness, and as Jo Goodwin said, “A truly great library contains something in it to offend everyone.” The big idea is not to shock and desensitize the public,...
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It's the Law!      1789 - The United States Congress passed twelve amendments to the Constitution: the Congressional Apportionment Amendment (which was never ratified), the Congressional...
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Rebellion!        1786 - Protestors shut down the court in Springfield, Massachusetts in a military standoff that begins Shays' Rebellion.  The rebellion was an armed uprising that...
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Where to Start with Stephen King

Doctor Sleep
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Trying to figure out which Stephen King book to read is daunting even for a lifelong fan. In honor of his new book, Doctor Sleep, which comes out today, here’s a very abbreviated guide...


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