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Ace Your Human Biology Science Project: Great Science Fair Ideas

by Robert Gardner & Barbara Gardner Conklin

How do joints work? How do sense receptors work? What type of personality do you have? Learn the answers to these questions and more with the fun experiments in this book. Young scientists will explore human...


Salamander or Lizard?: How Do You Know?

by Melissa Stewart

Can you tell the difference between a salamander and a lizard? Which one has wet skin? Which has dry skin? Find out all the tips to tell the difference between these two animals. Award-winning children's author...


Ace Your Science Project About the Senses: Great Science Fair Ideas

by Robert Gardner, Thomas R. Rybolt & Leah M. Rybolt

How do your eardrums work? Can odor molecules pass through a solid the same way they pass through air? How does your sense of smell affect how something tastes? Learn the answers to these questions and more...


Zoom In on Ladybugs

by Melissa Stewart

Explore the world of the ladybug with author Melissa Stewart. Find out what ladybugs look like, what they eat, and what their life-cycle stages are. Use the 'Zoom In' bubbles in the book for an up close look...


Butterfly or Moth?: How Do You Know?

by Melissa Stewart

How can you tell a butterfly from a moth? What is the difference? With colorful photographs and clear language, author Melissa Stewart shows young readers how to identify these animals using critical thinking...


Baby Animals of Lakes and Ponds

by Carmen Bredeson

Cute baby animals grow up in the wild. Visit lakes and ponds and meet baby hippos, baby mallard ducks, baby herons, and more. The easy-to-read text and stunning photographs will keep young readers engaged and...


Ace Your Math and Measuring Science Project: Great Science Fair Ideas

by Robert Gardner

Math and physics often go hand-in-hand. Math and measurements have even played a big role in scientific discovery since ancient times. Use math and measurement as the tools to successfully complete physical...


Baby Animals of the Seashore

by Carmen Bredeson

Cute baby animals live in all parts of the world. Even at the seashore! Meet baby harbor seals, puffins, walruses, and more. Young readers will adore these easy-to-read books filled with stunning and engaging...


Baby Animals of the Mountains

by Carmen Bredeson

Meet the baby animals of the mountains. This easy-to-read book is filled with great information and cute full-color photographs of many animals, including baby pandas, llamas, and mountain lions in their natural...


Baby Animals of the Wetlands

by Carmen Bredeson

This easy-to-read science book will entertain and delight young readers. Learn about the different animals that live in wetlands. Filled with interesting facts and stunning photographs, readers explore these...


Ace Your Forces and Motion Science Project: Great Science Fair Ideas

by Robert Gardner & Madeline Goodstein

What is friction? What is the coriolis force? Young scientists will explore the physics of forces and motion with the great experiments in this book. Full-color illustrations highlight key points to make science...


Zoom In on Dragonflies

by Melissa Stewart

Have you ever seen a dragonfly up close? What does it look like? How does it eat? What is its life cycle? When you check out the 'Zoom Bubbles' on every spread of this book, you will get an up close peek at...


Ace Your Animal Science Project: Great Science Fair Ideas

by Robert Gardner, David Webster & Kenneth G. Rainis

Can you build a bird feeder that keeps squirrels out? Where do earthworms like to live? Does color affect human emotions? Learn the answers to these questions and more with the fun experiments in this book....


Zoom In on Grasshoppers

by Melissa Stewart

Author Melissa Stewart lets readers take a close look at grasshoppers in this title in the Zoom In on Insects! series. Use the 'Zoom In' bubbles to get an up close look at a grasshopper's eyes, wings, antennae,...


Alligator or Crocodile?: How Do You Know?

by Melissa Stewart

Alligators and crocodiles may look the same to you, but you might be surprised to learn just how different these animals are! Get a close up look at the differences between these animals with brilliant color...


Insect or Spider?: How Do You Know?

by Melissa Stewart

A bug scurries across the floor in front of you. Or is it a bug at all? Do you know how to tell the difference between an insect and a spider? Learn the tips for telling which animal is which. Appealing color...


Zoom In on Butterflies

by Melissa Stewart

Another title in the Zoom In on Insects! series, ZOOM IN ON BUTTERFLIES takes an up close look at these beautiful insects. The 'Zoom Bubbles' offer a closer look at different butterfly body parts including the...


Frog or Toad?: How Do You Know?

by Melissa Stewart

One has wet skin. The other is dry and bumpy. One is thin and lean and the other is fat and round. One is a frog and one is a toad. Do you know which animal is which? Author Melissa Stewart guides readers through...


Zoom In on Bees

by Melissa Stewart

Have you ever seen a bee up close? What does it look like? How does it eat? What is its life cycle? When you check out the 'Zoom Bubbles' on every spread of this book, you will get an up close peek at this insect's...


Ace Your Exercise and Nutrition Science Project: Great Science Fair Ideas

by Robert Gardner, Barbara Gardner Conklin & Salvatore Tocci

How does antibacterial soap affect bacteria? What diet meets your energy requirements? How can you measure blood pressure, metabolic rate, and calories? Young scientists learn about the scientific method while...