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Bugged-Out Insects

by Margaret J. Anderson

What kind of insect would make its home in a pile of dung? Does a female praying mantis really eat its mate? Do house flies spit on your food? Author Margaret J. Anderson answers all of these questions in BUGGED-OUT...


Winter Colors

by Brian Enslow

Take a look at the colors of the Winter. The colors of the season are on display! Color can be found everywhere, in mittens, nature, and of course wrapping holiday gifts. Using sight words and simple sentences,...


Summer Colors

by Brian Enslow

The colors of Summer are here! Color can be found everywhere, in flags, flowers, birds, and kites. Using sight words and simple sentences, early readers are shown the colors of the rainbow, and then find each...


Fall Colors

by Brian Enslow

When fall arrives, the harvest colors of the season are on display! Color can be found everywhere, in pumpkins, acorns, and of course leaves that are soon to drop from the trees. Using sight words and simple...


Spring Colors

by Brian Enslow

Spring finally arrives! Color can be found everywhere, in flowers, birds, and nature. Using sight words and simple sentences, early readers are shown the colors of the rainbow, and then find each color of the...


Slam Dunk! Science Projects with Basketball

by Robert Gardner & Dennis Shortelle

Slam dunk your next science project! Physics concepts play a big role in the sport of basketball. Learn about friction, mass, vectors, and more-all while playing your favorite sport! Great science project ideas...


Home Run! Science Projects with Baseball and Softball

by Robert L. Bonnet & Dan Keen

Hit a home run on your science fair project or science test! Learn about transfer of energy, friction and pressure, and more by playing your favorite sport of baseball or softball! Great ideas for science fair...


Goal! Science Projects with Soccer

by Madeline Goodstein

Get a kick out of science! Have fun using soccer balls to learn about angles, momentum, rebound ratings, and more while enjoying a favorite sport of soccer. There are lots of physics concepts involved in the...


Wheels! Science Projects with Bicycles, Skateboards, and Skates

by Madeline Goodstein

How do bicycle gears work? Why does it look like a skateboard sticks to a skater's feet? Learn all about the physics involved in your favorite wheeled sport, whether it be cycling, skating, or skateboarding....


Space Word Problems Starring Ratios and Proportions: Math Word Problems Solved

by Rebecca Wingard-Nelson

Make ratios and proportions word problems easy and fun using facts about space. This fully-illustrated book provides you with all the tools needed to start solving ratios and proportions word problems-including...


Weird But True Weather

by Carmen Bredeson

Snow donuts?! Animal rain?! Ten-story waves?! Can it really be true? Find out as you read and learn about some weird and wonderful weather!


Weird But True Space Facts

by Carmen Bredeson

Moon lava?! Planets with no ground to stand on?! Can it really be true? Find out as you read and learn about the weird and wonderful world of space!


Weird But True Human Body Facts

by Carmen Bredeson

A sneeze that travels 100 mile per hour?! A person makes over four cups of spit in a day?! Can it really be true? Find out as you read and learn about the weird and wonderful human body!


Weird But True Animal Homes

by Carmen Bredeson

Do some birds really build their nests in a cactus? Do some salamanders live so deep in caves that they have no eyes? Are there animals living under the Antarctic ice? Find out as you read and learn about some...


Soil: Green Science Projects for a Sustainable Planet

by Robert Gardner

What is soil? How do plants grow in soil? How is contaminated soil cleaned? Using the scientific method, readers will explore Earth's soil and learn how to protect it. This informative and entertaining text...


Energy: Green Science Projects About Solar, Wind, and Water Power

by Robert Gardner

What material best absorbs solar energy? How can wind and water be used to create energy? How does insulation affect heat flow? Explore ways to create and conserve energy with author Robert Gardner. Use easy-to-find...


Recycle: Green Science Projects for a Sustainable Planet

by Robert Gardner

Join Team Green! Use science to explore ways to be mindful of Earth's environment. Author Robert Gardner guides young readers through many experiments that show readers how waste harms the environment and how...


Water: Green Science Projects for a Sustainable Planet

by Robert Gardner

Protect Earth's water! Water is essential for life, so it is essential we protect this important resource. This book will guide readers through science experiments that explain the properties of water, the water...


Earth's Cycles: Great Science Projects About the Water Cycle, Photosynthesis, and More

by Robert Gardner

How does our world work? Our actions can impact the environment in ways we may not have considered. Author Robert Gardner's informative text is paired with hands-on science projects using the scientific method...


Air: Green Science Projects for a Sustainable Planet

by Robert Gardner

Be green! It is important to keep Earth's air clean. Using the scientific method, perform hands-on experiments that explain the properties of air, how to conserve energy while heating and cooling air, and how...