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Gina Shaw

Autor(a) de Hooray For Teeth!

128 Works 1,685 Membros 7 Críticas

About the Author

Inclui os nomes: GINA SHW, GINA SHAW


Obras por Gina Shaw

Hooray For Teeth! (2001) 346 exemplares, 1 crítica
What Is Nintendo? (2021) 198 exemplares
Shadows Everywhere (1999) 126 exemplares
Oh, My! Ginny Fry! (2008) 108 exemplares
Curious About Snow (Smithsonian) (2016) 103 exemplares, 1 crítica
Babes in Toyland (Read With Me) (1994) 76 exemplares, 1 crítica
Waiting for Snow (2010) 51 exemplares
Curious About Zoo Vets (Smithsonian) (2015) 20 exemplares, 1 crítica
Tonka Big Rigs (1999) 18 exemplares
Dinosaurs in a Box (2014) 17 exemplares
The Buzz on Insects (Smithsonian) (2016) 17 exemplares, 1 crítica
Welcome, Bao Bao (Smithsonian) (2015) 16 exemplares, 1 crítica
Mule Wants to Help (2010) 16 exemplares
Dolphins & Whales in a Box (2014) 12 exemplares
LOOK AT LADYBUG AND LEOPARD (2010) 8 exemplares
Two Fish Together (2011) 8 exemplares
So Many Sea Stars (2011) 7 exemplares
Panda Gets a Surprise (2010) 7 exemplares
Otter Helps Beaver (2010) 7 exemplares
Black and White All Over (2011) 7 exemplares
Crab and Lobster Go for a Walk (2011) 7 exemplares
Walrus Wants More (2011) 7 exemplares
Lost in space (1998) 7 exemplares
Who Is In There? (2011) 7 exemplares
Chick Gets Dressed (2010) 6 exemplares
Mice Have Fun Together (2010) 6 exemplares
Rooster Called for Groundhog (2010) 6 exemplares
Hen Shows Off (2011) 6 exemplares
Crab Looks for a Home (2010) 5 exemplares
Lizard and Lobster Play Outside (2010) 5 exemplares
Call Me in the Morning (2011) 5 exemplares
Ducks and Geese Play Games (2011) 5 exemplares
Little Chimp Picks Flowers (2010) 5 exemplares
The Poop Sleuth (Smithsonian) (2017) 5 exemplares, 1 crítica
Seal and Walrus Go Shopping (2010) 5 exemplares
Firefly Saves the Day (2010) 5 exemplares
Chipmunk Helps Deer (2010) 5 exemplares
Crow and Parrot Are Lost (2010) 4 exemplares
Cub and Worm Play a Game (2010) 4 exemplares
Dinosaur and Dragon are Friends (2010) 4 exemplares
All Around Town (1995) 4 exemplares
A Whale of a Tale (2019) 4 exemplares
Game Day for Bunny and Chick (2011) 4 exemplares
Wolf and Poodle Dress Up (2010) 4 exemplares
Aardvark and Ant Eat Together (2010) 4 exemplares
Ant Was Tired (2011) 4 exemplares
Koala and Moose Go on Vacation (2010) 4 exemplares
The Spider Dance (2011) 4 exemplares
Centipede Moves On 4 exemplares
Caterpillar Gets Away 4 exemplares
Kk (2010) 2 exemplares
Gg (2010) 2 exemplares
Cours, Chenille ! (2012) 1 exemplar
Chez Poule (2012) 1 exemplar
The Healthy Vegan Child (2001) 1 exemplar
Dictionnaire visuel (2000) 1 exemplar
"Grateful Crane, The" (2019) 1 exemplar
Grateful Crane, The (2019) 1 exemplar
Bb (2010) 1 exemplar
Pp 1 exemplar
Zz 1 exemplar
Yy (2010) 1 exemplar
Xx 1 exemplar
Ww 1 exemplar
Vv 1 exemplar
Uu 1 exemplar
Tt 1 exemplar
Ss 1 exemplar
Rr 1 exemplar
Qq 1 exemplar
Oo 1 exemplar
Aa (2010) 1 exemplar
Nn 1 exemplar
Mm 1 exemplar
Ll (2010) 1 exemplar
Jj (2010) 1 exemplar
Ii (2010) 1 exemplar
Hh (2010) 1 exemplar
Ff (2010) 1 exemplar
Ee (2010) 1 exemplar
Dd (2010) 1 exemplar
Cc (2010) 1 exemplar


Conhecimento Comum

Queens College, City University of New York (BA, Education & English)

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[excerpt from author's Linked In page]
I have been an editor and author of children's books for forty years. I edit and write fiction and nonfiction picture books, easy readers, and early chapter books as well as novelty, activity, and licensed books. I'm interested in freelance editing and/or writing projects for children ages 2 - 12 years old. I have worked on trade, mass market, educational, and licensed books throughout my career.



When does it snow? Why is snow white? How do we know no two snowflakes are alike? With full-color photographs, this new Curious About title looks at the science behind snow, and the history of record-setting blizzards and snowstorms—plus how people have fun in the snow!
wichitafriendsschool | Mar 14, 2023 |
a fun book discussing why teeth are so important and how they help our bodies
1 book
TUCC | Jul 28, 2017 |
Yes, there are poop stickers.

Ok, having gotten that out of the way, these two new titles from the Smithsonian imprint are excellent introductions to their subjects.

Poop Sleuth introduces a female scientist, Sarah Putnam, who studies poop! Readers will learn how and why poop is studied and the many things scientists can learn about animals, their diet and habitats. And, of course, there are plenty of pictures of different kinds of poop, including animals.... in action, as it were. There is a glossary, but no other back matter.

Curious about worms introduces readers to many different types of worms, from the familiar earthworm to parasitic worms and more. It includes bristle worms, deep in the ocean, similarities and differences between different worms, and their function in their various habitats. The glossary is the only back matter.

Both titles are a trim, 7x7 square. They are primarily available as paperbacks, but can also be purchased prebound. Text is limited to short paragraphs interspersed with copious photos, additional facts, and a varied layout. These will make a good addition to a nonfiction section to meet the needs of grade school students eager for science and nonfiction on a variety of topics at their reading level.

Verdict: Not a first purchase, but if you are building up a nonfiction collection and need more titles, these are a good option for intermediate readers. I'm currently short on nonfiction titles to meet the needs of my school district's new curriculum and these are just right for filling in the gaps.

Poop Sleuth
ISBN: 9780451533708; Published 2017 by Smithsonian/Grosset & Dunlap; Review copy provided by publisher; Prebound edition purchased for the library

Curious about worms
ISBN: 9780451533692; Published 2017 by Smithsonian/Grosset & Dunlap; Review copy provided by publisher; Prebound edition purchased for the library
… (mais)
JeanLittleLibrary | Apr 8, 2017 |
This book is all about zoo vets who work at the Smithsonian. It lets us know what kid of animals live there and who takes care of them. I like this book because this particular zoo has different animals then the Audubon zoo we have here in New Orleans such as a sloth! That is so cool! Vets also classify animals into five different areas: mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish. It goes on to tell you all about how veterinarians keep the animals clean and what different types of animals eat and how the animals interact with them. If your an animal lover then you would love this book!… (mais)
bbrelet | Jan 31, 2017 |


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