New Fall Series Roundup

October 2011
Booklist;10/1/2011, Vol. 108 Issue 3, p79
The article presents a list of nonfiction books for young people which were published as part of a series, including "From Chalkboards to Computers: How Schools Have Changed" by Jennifer Boothroyd, "The Cavern of Clues" by David Glover, and "Extreme Environments: Living on the Edge" by Amy Tilmont and Jeff Garside.


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