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The Young Naturalist's Guide to Florida

by Peggy Sias Lantz

Completely updated new edition- A treasure of information and suggestions on where and how to look for Florida's most interesting natural features and creatures- Florida's Special Places: unique environments...


The Coral Reefs of Florida

by Peggy Sias Lantz

This booklet covers the only coral reefs in North America and explains their importance in Florida's ecosystem.


The Coastlines of Florida

by Peggy Sias Lantz

This educational booklet explores Florida's 1,100-mile-long coastline and introduces children to the plants and animals that live along the shore.


The Race to Save the Lord God Bird

by Phillip Hoose

The tragedy of extinction is explained through the dramatic story of a legendary bird, the Ivory-billed Woodpecker, and of those who tried to possess it, paint it, shoot it, sell it, and, in a last-ditch effort,...


Round about the Seashore - With Eight Coloured Pictures

by Margaret Cameron

Many of the earliest children's books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. Pook Press are working to republish these classic works in...


Catch the Wind, Harness the Sun: 22 Super-Charged Projects for Kids

by Michael J. Caduto, David Bonta & John Hanson Mitchell

Get charged up about energy! With more than 20 fun activities and experiments that will have children ages 8 to 12 enthusiastically engaged with making and using renewable energy, Michael J. Caduto takes a hands-on...


Seymour Simon's Extreme Oceans

by Seymour Simon

Join Seymour Simon, the "dean" of children's science nonfiction, as he investigates the most extreme environments, animals, plants, and weather in the ocean. Imagine exploring the most extreme parts of our amazing...


Friends of the Earth: A History of American Environmentalism with 21 Activities

by Pat McCarthy

The history of American environmentalism is the history of men and women who dedicated their lives to protecting the nation’s natural heritage. Almost singlehandedly, John James Audubon introduced the study...


I Wonder What it's Like To Be a Raindrop: The Rainmaking Bacteria

by Keith Bell, Brent Bludworth & Michelle White

This is the story of a boy and girl who wonder what it’s like to be a raindrop. They discover bacteria living inside raindrops and learn how bacteria in soil and on plants float up into clouds where they make...


Designing solutions to climate change

by Agathe Euzen, Bettina Laville, Stéphanie Thiebault & Agathe Euzen, Chercheur au Cnrs, Laboratoire Techniques Territoires Sociétés (Latts), (Cnrs, Univ. Paris Est Marne-la- Vallée, Ecole des Ponts ParisTech), Marne la Vallée ; Déléguée scientifique à l'institut Ecologie Environnement du Cnrs, Paris. et al.

This book provides answers to today's questions and thoughts on solutions for tomorrow contributed by some fifty scientists and well-known experts.

Proposing solutions for dealing with climate change has become...


Life on Surtsey: Iceland's Upstart Island

by Loree Griffin Burns

In this addition to the Scientists in the Field series, readers join scientists as they tackle something unusual in the world of ecosystems: colonization. Not a colonization by people, but one of cells, seeds,...


Extinction: What Happened to the Dinosaurs, Mastodons, and Dodo Birds? With 25 Projects

by Laura Perdew & Tom Casteel

In Earth's 4.5-billion-year history, more than 5 billion species have gone extinct, some of them at the same time. How can 75-95 percent of species on Earth disappear at one time? What event could cause such...


Explore The Ice Age!: With 25 Great Projects

by Cindy Blobaum & Bryan Stone

Brrr...does it feel cold? Get out your gloves and get ready to experience the Ice Age! In Explore the Ice Age! with 25 Projects, readers ages 7-10 discover what an ice age consists of, why we have them, and...


Freshwater and Marine Biomes: Knowing the Difference - Science Book for Kids 9-12 | Children's Science & Nature Books

by Baby Professor

Lakes and seas are both bodies of water but they are homes to different kinds of life forms. The plants and animals that thrive in a freshwater biome are different from those in the marine biome. Learn the difference...


What Was The Dust Bowl? Environment and Society | Children's Environment Books

by Baby Professor

The Dust Bowl was one of the worst natural disasters in the US fueled by man’s lack of ignorance on how nature works. The purpose of this book is not to display such ignorance but to make sure that the Dust...


How Does the Food Chain Work? - Science Book for Kids 9-12 | Children's Science & Nature Books

by Baby Professor

Nature is sometimes cruel. The big animal eats the small animal and the chain goes on. If an animal is vulnerable, it becomes food. But did you know that humans are the key beneficiaries of the food chain? Learn...


The Elephant Whisperer (Young Readers Adaptation)

by Graham Spence, Lawrence Anthony & Thea Feldman

When Lawrence Anthony was asked to accept a rogue herd of elephants in his reserve in South Africa, it was the last chance for these elephants. If Anthony didn’t take them, they would be shot. But he had no...


Witness to Disaster: Earthquakes (Witness to Disaster)

by Judy Fradin, Dennis Fradin & National Geographic Kids

It’s another normal day in Alaska, where the beauty of the rugged landscape makes the hardships of winter worth enduring. This Northern life is good, you think, when suddenly—without warning—your world...


Let's Eat

by Kimberley Veness

All the food you eat, whether it's an apple or a steak or a chocolate-coated cricket, has a story. Let's Eat uncovers the secret lives of our groceries, exploring alternative—and sometimes bizarre—farm technology...


Deep Roots

by Nikki Tate

Most of us see trees every day, and too often we take them for granted. Trees provide us with everything from food, fuel and shelter to oxygen and filtered water. Deep Roots celebrates the central role trees...