Series: Scholastic Voyages of Discovery

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Architecture and Construction: Building Pyramids, Log Cabins, Castles, Igloos, Bridges, and Skyscrapers (Scholastic Voyages of Discovery. Visual) by Jennifer Riggs
The Art of Sculpture: Visual Arts (Voyages of Discovery No 7) by Béatrice Fontanel
Bikes, Cars, Trucks, and Trains (Voyages of Discovery) by Jeunesse Gallimard
Boats and Ships (Voyages of Discovery) by Eric Kentley
Exploring Energy by Diane Costa De Beauregard
Exploring Space: From Ancient Legends to the Telescope to Modern Space Missions (Scholastic Voyages of Discovery : Natural History) by Pierre Marchand
The History of Moviemaking: Animation and Live-Action, from Silent to Sound, Black-And-White to Color (Voyages of Discovery) by Sheila Keenan
The History of Printmaking (Voyages of Discovery) by Randi Hacker
The history of printmaking : prehistoric prints, calligraphy, engraving, etching, posters, and comic strips
Mammals: Whales, Panthers, Rats, and Bats : The Characteristics of Mammals from Around the World (Voyages of Discovery) by Diane Costa De Beauregard
Musical Instruments: From flutes carved of bone, to lutes, to modern electric guitars (Scholastic Voyages of Discovery: Music and Performing Arts) by Béatrice Fontanel
Our Changing Planet: How Volcanoes, Earthquakes, Tsunamis, and Weather Shape Our Planet (Scholastic Voyages of Discovery. Natural History, 17) by Diane Costa De Beauregard
Paint and Painting by Béatrice Fontanel
The Story of Flight: Early Flying Machines, Balloons, Blimps, Gliders, Warplanes, and Jets (Voyages of Discovery) by Dan Hagedorn
Taming Fire by Pierre Marchand
Water, the Source of Life (Voyages of Discovery) by Diane Costa De Beauregard
Wind and Weather: Climates, Clouds, Snow, Tornadoes, and How Weather Is Predicted (Scholastic Voyages of Discovery. Natural History) by Liane Onish
The World of Theater: Performing Arts (Voyages of Discovery) by Scholastic Books
What the Painter Sees (Voyages of Discovery) by Laurence Ottenheimer-Maquet14

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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