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Percents and Ratios: Ace Your Math Test

by Rebecca Wingard-Nelson

PERCENTS AND RATIOS, another title in the ACE YOUR MATH TEST series, explores test-taking tips and hints as you learn how to solve multiple choice, short-answer, and show-your-work questions. Author Rebecca...

Mountains of Jokes About Rocks, Minerals, and Soil: Laugh and Learn About Science

by Melissa Stewart & Gerald Kelley

In MOUNTAINS OF JOKES ABOUT ROCKS, MINERALS, AND SOIL read some fascinating science facts about rocks, including gems, volcanoes, and mountains. Then learn some seriously silly jokes! There is even a section...

Brigham Young: Courageous Mormon Leader

by William R. Sanford & Carl R. Green

Angry mobs had forced Brigham Young and his fellow Mormons out of Ohio, Missouri, and Illinois. As leader of the Mormon Church, Young needed a safe place for his followers to live and worship freely. So with...

Richard King: Courageous Texas Cattleman

by William R. Sanford & Carl R. Green

In the broiling heat of Texas, Richard King built an empire. Before he arrived in Texas, cattle ranching barely existed in the United States. Although it was a hostile land of sand and brush, King saw an opportunity...

Sam Houston: Courageous Texas Hero

by William R. Sanford & Carl R. Green

Crushing losses at the Alamo and Goliad sent the Texans reeling. With the stronger Mexican army poised for victory, General Sam Houston commanded all that remained of the Texas army fighting for its independence....

Organic Chemistry Science Fair Projects, Revised and Expanded Using the Scientific Method

by Robert Gardner, Barbara Gardner Conklin & Tom LaBaff

Do all onions cause your eyes to tear when you cut them? What happens if you heat a carbohydrate? How is an electric cell made? Using easy-to-find materials and the scientific method, student scientists can...

Who Invented Home Video Games? Ralph Baer

by Mary Kay Carson

There are few kids who don't enjoy home video games, but do they know who invented the first one? Learn about Ralph Baer's life and the first home video games ever made. Invent your own game, too!

Terrific Tongues Up Close

by Melissa Stewart

Did you know that an alligator snapping turtle uses its tongue to get food? Or that a cow uses its tongue to clean its nose? Learn all about how animals use their tongues to get food and scare enemies.

Talented Tails Up Close

by Melissa Stewart

Did you know that a spider monkey can use its tail like an extra hand? Or that squirrels use their tails for balance? Author Melissa Stewart explores how animals use their tails to move, balance, and stay safe....

Who Invented Television? Philo Farnsworth

by Mary Kay Carson

It seems like televisions are everywhere, but do you know who invented the first one? Learn about Philo Farnsworth's life and how he invented the first television. Create your own cartoon show, too!

Sacagawea: Courageous American Indian Guide

by William R. Sanford & Carl R. Green

In May 1805, as the Lewis and Clark expedition paddled up the Missouri River, a howling gust of wind tipped over one of the canoes. The men paddled to shore, leaving behind precious supplies. Instantly, Sacagawea...

Bill Pickett: Courageous African-American Cowboy

by William R. Sanford & Carl R. Green

Bill Pickett urged his horse forward chasing after the speedy steer. Like an acrobat, Pickett jumped onto the steer's back, grabbing it by the horns. In the same motion, he twisted the steer's neck up and bit...

Zebulon Pike: Courageous Rocky Mountain Explorer

by William R. Sanford & Carl R. Green

After the United States purchased the Louisiana Territory in 1803, the young nation needed brave pioneers to explore this vast uncharted land. Zebulon Pike, a young frontier soldier, welcomed the challenge....

Kit Carson: Courageous Mountain Man

by William R. Sanford & Carl R. Green

As winter strangled the wilderness, John C. Frémont needed to get his expedition party to California. Facing sub-zero temperatures, meager food supplies, and American Indian warriors on their trail, the explorer...

Tony Gwynn: Mr. Padre

by Barry Bloom

An easy to read children's book chronicling the exciting career of Tony Gwynn. When San Diego earned a trip to the 1998 World Series, outfielder Tony Gwynn was perhaps the happiest Padre. Gwynn has been one...

Tom Brady: A Football Star Who Cares

by Barry Wilner

After making a big splash by winning the Super Bowl in his first year as a starting quarterback, Tom Brady proved himself to be one of the all-time greats when he led the New England Patriots to victory in the...

Electricity and Magnetism Experiments Using Batteries, Bulbs, Wires, and More: One Hour or Less Science Experiments

by Robert Gardner

Down to the wire? Have you waited until the last minute to start your science project? Don't worry, award-winning author Robert Gardner has you covered! Each experiment in this book follows the scientific method,...

Nolan Ryan: Hall of Fame Baseball Superstar

by William W. Lace

For more than twenty-five years, Nolan Ryan thrilled audiences with his sizzling 100-plus mile-per-hour fastballs. Ryan set numerous records, including the career mark for most strikeouts and no-hitters. Follow...

Who Was the Hair-Care Millionaire? Madam C. J. Walker

by Mary Kay Carson

Lots of people dream of being a millionaire, but Madam C. J. Walker actually became one with her revolutionary hair care system. Learn about Madam C. J. Walker's life and the discovery of her hair care products....

Water Science Fair Projects, Revised and Expanded Using the Scientific Method

by Madeline Goodstein, Tom LaBaff & Stephanie LaBaff

What is water made of? Why does ice float? What is a soap bubble? Using easy-to-find materials and the scientific method, student scientists can learn the answers to these questions and more. For students interested...