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Birds (Info | Start here)
Illustrations and photos assist in a detailed exploration of birds, including the art of flying, diversity, and distribution and variation of species across the world.
BirdWatching (Info | Start here)
BirdWatching is a must-read for anyone who loves birds, whether you are a casual birdwatcher or avid birder. Each issue includes articles by the best known, most respected names in birding, identification tips, spectacular photography, hands-on information about the best birding locations in North America, answers to intriguing reader questions, and much more. Available issues: June 2013 to present. Published bi-monthly.
Black American Biographies: the Journey of Achievement (Info | Start here)
This book profiles many Black Americans, from Frederick Douglass to Oprah Winfrey to Barack Obama, whose efforts and ideas continue to enrich the foundations of the nation.
Black EOE Journal (Info | Start here)
Available issues: Winter 2013 to present.
Black Experience in America: From Civil Rights to the Present (Info | Start here)
This book details the historic deeds that redefined the American landscape since the 1940s, examining the explosion of creativity in the areas of literature, music, and sports as African Americans explore new opportunities and prospects.
Black Stars: African American Religious Leaders (Info | Start Now)
This book presents inspiring profiles of more than 25 African American religious leaders for young adults. This new addition to the "Black Stars" series tells the fascinating stories of African American religious leaders from different periods in history.
Blackbirch Kid's Visual Reference of the United States (Info | Start now)
An alphabetical presentation of brief statistics, maps and pictorial information about each of the fifty United States, as well as U.S. territories and possessions.
Blackbirch Kid's Visual Reference of the World (Info | Start Now)
An alphabetical presentation of brief statistics, maps and pictorial information about every country in the world. Coverage includes geography, industry, population, ethnic groups, climate, religion, education and daily life.
Blood (Info | Start here)
Detailed diagrams supplement the text and allow readers a glimpse into the anatomy and life-sustaining properties of human blood. Follow the course of blood as it circulates through the body and its component parts.
Bloom's Literature (Info | Start Now)
High school literature courses are full of great novels, plays and poetry spanning 200 years or more. These works can become daunting when a student is faced with analyzing their themes, symbols, and context, and writing about it. This is when Blooms Literature can come in handy. Full of essays that will guide students through thematic analysis, writing tips and critiques of much of the literature on the reading list, Blooms will get them on the right track to excel in their study of literature. Students in 6-12 grade and college will find critiques of many books that are presented in the classroom.

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