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Nifty Noses Up Close

by Melissa Stewart

Did you know that an elephant can use its trunk to pick up tree branches? Or that polar bears have the best sense of smell of any animal on Earth? In NIFTY NOSES UP CLOSE learn all about how animals use their...


LeBron James: A Basketball Star Who Cares

by Kimberly Gatto

Lebron "King" James is basketball's biggest breakout star since Michael Jordan. A true media superstar whose appeal transcends sports, his free-agent move from the Cleveland Cavaliers to the Miami Heat rocked...


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

by Robert Gardner, Tom LaBaff & Stephanie LaBaff

Are some pennies denser than others? Does heat have weight? How can you calculate the energy released when steam condenses? Using easy-to-find materials and the scientific method, student scientists can learn...


Score with Track and Field Math

by Stuart A. P. Murray

How many times do runners go around a 400 meter track in a 1,000 meter race? Author Stuart Murray explores the world of track and field sports in this new title in the SCORE WITH SPORTS MATH series. Find out...


Who Fixed Babies' Hearts? Vivien Thomas

by Sara L. Latta

A perfect biography for young readers, and a very inspiring story! Vivien Thomas worked hard to make a new way to help babies' hearts. Learn about his life and the surgery he invented. Make your own stethoscope,...


Gray Foxes, Rattlesnakes, and Other Mysterious Animals of the Extreme Deserts

by Ana María| Rodríguez

Exploring the desert is an unforgettable experience. Most days there is not a cloud to shade the blazing sun. Within minutes, exposed skin shows signs of sunburn. Even the sunlight reflected from the ground...


Multiplication and Division: Ace Your Math Test

by Rebecca Wingard-Nelson

Nervous about your test? MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION by Rebecca Wingard-Nelson introduces all the topics you need to know about these important math skills. Learn great test-taking tips for solving multiple...


Atoms and Molecules Experiments Using Ice, Salt, Marbles, and More: One Hour or Less Science Experiments

by Robert Gardner

Waited until the last minute to get started? No problem! Each experiment in ATOMS AND MOLECULES EXPERIMENTS USING ICE, SALT, MARBLES, AND MORE follows the scientific method, and can be completed in an hour or...


Simple Machine Experiments Using Seesaws, Wheels, Pulleys, and More: One Hour or Less Science Experiments

by Robert Gardner

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 SIMPLE MACHING EXPERIMENTS USING SEESAWS, WHEELS, PULLEYS,...


Fantastic Feet Up Close

by Melissa Stewart

Did you know that one sea star has hundreds of feet? Or that a camel has only two toes? Learn all about how animals use their feet to run, dig, and stay safe in FANTASTIC FEET UP CLOSE.


Kevin Garnett: A Basketball Star Who Cares

by Kimberly Gatto

Kevin Garnett is the star forward for the Boston Celtics. With his ability to jumpshoot as well as play close to the hoop, Garnett is one of the most versatile and talented players in basketball. In addition...


Score with Race Car Math

by Stuart A. P. Murray

Which driver was faster? How long is each lap at a race track? How much faster are cars now, compared to the first race cars? Author Stuart Murray uses math to explore the fast paced world of racing. He also...


Human Body Experiments Using Fingerprints, Hair, Muscles, and More: One Hour or Less Science Experiments

by Robert Gardner

Need a hand with your science experiments? HUMAN BODY EXPERIMENTS USING FINGERPRINTS, HAIR, MUSCLES, AND MORE, by award-winning author Robert Gardner, is here to help. Experiment with reflexes, vision, and fingerprints...


Geometry: Ace Your Math Test

by Rebecca Wingard-Nelson

GEOMETRY: ACE YOUR MATH TEST introduces all the topics students need to know about geometry. Includes great test-taking tips for solving multiple choice, short-answer, and show-your-work questions. A great book...


Score with Soccer Math

by Stuart A. P. Murray

Refresh your math skills with this title in the SCORE WITH SPORTS MATH series. Learn how to find out the perimeter of the penalty box on a soccer field, how to figure out statistics, and how many penalty shots...


Who Invented the Ferris Wheel? George Ferris

by Sara L. Latta

Let's go for a spin! Lots of people have ridden on Ferris Wheels, but do you know who invented the first one? Learn about George Ferris's life and the first Ferris Wheel ever built. Make your own miniature Ferris...


Fractions and Decimals: Ace Your Math Test

by Rebecca Wingard-Nelson

Author Rebecca Wingard-Nelson introduces all the topics students need to know about both fractions and decimals. Included are great test-taking tips for solving multiple choice, short-answer, and show-your-work...


Incredible Ears Up Close

by Melissa Stewart

Did you know that hippos have their ears on top of their heads? Or that the African elephant has the biggest ears of any animal? Learn all about how animals use their ears to stay safe.


I Love Our Land

by Carol Greene

Why is land so important? It is where our food grows, and what we live on. Find out how to keep our land clean and safe in Carol Greene's I LOVE OUR LAND.


The California Gold Rush: Stories in American History

by Linda Jacobs Altman

In 1848, gold was discovered in California! This exciting news spread eastward. People from all walks of life with dreams of enormous riches packed up their belongings and left their comfortable homes behind...