Melting Polar Bear Notebook

8.5" X 11" - 100 Page Wide Ruled Notebook - Climate Change Global Warming Polar Bear for Environmental Activists

Melting Polar Bear Notebook

This notebook with a melting polar bear is a grim reminder of the consequences of global warming and climate change. Take this book with you wherever you go and raise awareness. Paperback Glossy Cover Wide Ruled Lined Paper 100 pages 8.5" x 11"

Never Look a Polar Bear in the Eye

A Family Field Trip to the Arctic's Edge in Search of Adventure, Truth, and Mini-Marshmallows

Never Look a Polar Bear in the Eye

“I like to go out for walks, but it’s a little awkward to push the baby stroller and carry a shotgun at the same time.”—housewife from Churchill, Manitoba Yes, welcome to Churchill, Manitoba. Year-round human population: 943. Yet despite the isolation and the searing cold here at the arctic’s edge, visitors from around the globe flock to the town every fall, driven by a single purpose: to see polar bears in the wild. Churchill is “The Polar Bear Capital of the World,” and for one unforgettable “bear season,” Zac Unger, his wife, and his three children moved from Oakland, California, to make it their temporary home. But they soon discovered that it’s really the polar bears who are at home in Churchill, roaming past the coffee shop on the main drag, peering into garbage cans, languorously scratching their backs against fence posts and front doorways. Where kids in other towns receive admonitions about talking to strangers, Churchill schoolchildren get “Let’s All Be Bear Aware” booklets to bring home. (Lesson number 8: Never explore bad-smelling areas.) Zac Unger takes readers on a spirited and often wildly funny journey to a place as unique as it is remote, a place where natives, tourists, scientists, conservationists, and the most ferocious predators on the planet converge. In the process he becomes embroiled in the controversy surrounding “polar bear science”—and finds out that some of what we’ve been led to believe about the bears’ imminent extinction may not be quite the case. But mostly what he learns is about human behavior in extreme situations . . . and also why you should never even think of looking a polar bear in the eye.

The Melting of Maggie Bean

The Melting of Maggie Bean

Maggie looked down and barely saw her toenails peeking out from the shadow of her stomach. She closed her eyes and slowly stepped onto the scale. Once she finally opened her eyes, Maggie almost fell off the scale. Maggie Bean's having a tough year. Since her dad lost his job he spends more time watching TV than talking to his family, and her mom's totally stressed about money. So Maggie focuses on what she does best: keeping up her straight-A average and eating chocolate. Lots and lots of chocolate. But everything changes when Maggie gets a chance to try out for the synchronized swim team. Becoming a Water Wing has always been Maggie's dream -- who wouldn't want to have an instant circle of friends and wear that cute silver bathing suit? As a Water Wing, maybe she'll start believing she's more than just a socially awkward bookworm. Maybe people will see past the extra weight she's recently gained to the funny, cool girl hiding underneath. And maybe, just maybe, Peter Applewood will finally notice her. It all depends on Maggie Bean, who thinks she knows who she is, but is about to find out for sure.

The Mad Scientist's Notebook

Warning! Dangerously Wacky Experiments Inside

The Mad Scientist's Notebook

Fifty irresistible experiments that pop, fizz, and amaze not only demonstrate important principles of physics, biology, and chemistry, but entertain young Einsteins with projects only a mad scientist could concoct.

Polar Bears Past Bedtime

Polar Bears Past Bedtime

Their magic tree house takes Jack and Annie to the Arctic, where a polar bear leads them onto very thin ice

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A Little Magazine

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The Times Index

The Times Index

Indexes the Times and its supplements.

Time

Time