Coates, Dan. Classic Rock. Easy Piano. YA/ m786.2/ COA
Enjoy playing the 10 most well-known classic rock songs ever written. After midnight, Cat's in the cradle, Desperado, Go Your Own Way, Layla, Maggie May, Open Arms, Peaceful Easy Feeling, Sister Golden Hair and What a Fool Believes.
Schultz, Mark. The Stuff of Life: A graphic guide to genetics and DNA. YA/576.5/SCH
A heritable disorder threatens the ruling family, indeed the whole asexual species that occupies the highest rung of the planet s evolutionary ladder. Fortunately, the scientist Bloort is back from Earth, full of enthusiasm for the key to what will save the Squinch: sex. More fortunately, the sagacious and educable emperor wishes to know the full story of this "sex." Bloort obliges, beginning with the emergence of life on Earth and an initial pitch for sex and proceeding to reveal how genetics works on the molecular and the cellular levels, how it facilitates inheritance, and how genetic knowledge has been applied in a panoply of scientific fields.
Rapini, Mary Jo and Sherman, Janine. Start Talking. YA/ 613/ RAP
A girl’s guide for you and your Mom about health, sex, or whatever.
Maliszewski, Paul. Fakers. YA/ 813/ MAL
A cultural exploration of the practice of professional misrepresentation traces historical cases of swindling and satire through modern-world cons and Internet hoaxes, offering insight into why scam artists almost always find people to believe them and typically profit from their deceptive practices.
Murphy, Alexa. Dealing With Bullying. YA/ 302.3/ MUR