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MythBusters: Science Fair Book #2: Confirm or Bust!

by Samantha Margles & Michael Massen

Even MORE myths to bust...in the safety of your own home! Do you have what it takes to be a MythBuster? Confirmed! Kid-friendly and age appropriate, this fun follow-up book to the successful MYTHBUSTERS SCIENCE...


The Wind at Work: An Activity Guide to Windmills

by Gretchen Woelfle

Explaining how the wind works, what windmills have contributed to the past, and why they offer environmental promise today as a source of clean, renewable energy, this revised and updated edition offers a glimpse...


Journey of the Sea Glass

by Nicole Fazio

What happens to sea glass between the time it falls into the sea and it washes up on the beach? This charming and inventive book explores a possible course of events, tracing a Coca-Cola bottle that is dropped...


EXPLORE ELECTRICITY!: WITH 25 GREAT PROJECTS

by Carmella Van Vleet & Bryan Stone

Given the pace of how we harness and utilize electricity, as well as the importance of developing new sources of energy, electricity is a timely subject for kids to explore. In Explore Electricity! With 25 Great...


Explore Makerspace!: With 25 Great Projects

by Alicia Z. Klepeis & Matt Aucoin

Bridges, furniture, musical instruments, games, vehicles-all of these things were invented and improved upon by people who love to put stuff together, take stuff apart, and figure out how things work! In Explore...


Explore Shapes and Angles!: With 25 Great Projects

by Jeanette Moore & Matt Aucoin

This book is in the shape of a square. Or is it a rectangle? The pages are 2-dimensional. Or are the pages 3-dimensional? Geometry is all around us! In Explore Shapes and Angles! With 25 Great Projects, readers...


Hello? Is This Mr. Graham Bell? - Biography Books for Kids 9-12 | Children's Biography Books

by Baby Professor

Alexander Graham Bell opened the doors to improving telecommunications between humans. He invented the telephone and the inventors after him kept making new and better versions. Reading about his life will reveal...


The Art of  Catapult: Build Greek Ballistae, Roman Onagers, English Trebuchets, And More Ancient Artillery

by William Gurstelle

Whether playing at defending their own castle or simply chucking pumpkins over a fence, wannabe marauders and tinkerers will become fast acquainted with Ludgar, the War Wolf, Ill Neighbor, Cabulus, and the Wild...


In The Lab! Science Experiments for Kids | Science and Nature for Kids

by Baby Professor

Encourage your child to be more comfortable with science experiments by introducing easy-to-do activities first. The cool thing about this educational resource is that it lists down experiments that can be done...


Edible Science Experiments - Children's Science & Nature

by Baby Professor

This book is not only for the future scientists but also for those who think that science is boring or an impossible subject. Your young ones will definitely have a new perspective about science and nature when...


Cool Science Experiments for Kids | Science and Nature for Kids

by Baby Professor

What will kids get from doing science experiments? Their imagination and creativity will finally meet reality. Results are measured based on the steps included. There’s an order to them and that’s something...


Bridges and Tunnels: Investigate Feats of Engineering with 25 Projects

by Donna Latham & Jenn Vaughn

Bridges and tunnels are lifelines. People have tackled seemingly insurmountable obstacles, including vast canyons and mountain ranges, to design and construct these amazing passageways. Bridges and Tunnels:...


PHYSICS: INVESTIGATE THE FORCES OF NATURE

by Jane P. Gardner & Samuel Carbaugh

Have you ever noticed that the physical world works in certain ways? Skateboarders use force and motion to perform tricks. If you jump up as high as you can, you'll quickly fall back to the ground. Baseball...


ROCKETRY: Investigate the Science and Technology of Rockets and Ballistics

by Carla Mooney & Caitlin Denham

Rocketry: Investigate the Science and Technology of Rockets and Ballistics introduces students to the fascinating world of rocketry and ballistics. Readers discover the history of rocket development, from the...


Robotics: DISCOVER THE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY OF THE FUTURE with 20 PROJECTS

by Kathy Ceceri & Sam Carbaugh

Once, robots were only found in science fiction books and movies. Today, robots are everywhere! They assemble massive cars and tiny computer chips. They help doctors do delicate surgery. They vacuum our houses...


3-D Engineering: Design and Build Your Own Prototypes

by Vicki V. May & Andrew Christensen

How did somebody come up with the idea for bridges, skyscrapers, helicopters, and nightlights? How did people figure out how to build them?

In 3D Engineering: Design and Build Your Own Prototypes, young readers...


Bioengineering: Discover How Nature Inspires Human Designs With 25 Projects

by Christine Burillo-Kirch & Alexis Cornell

In Bioengineering: Discover How Nature Inspires Human Designs, young readers explore designs and innovations that come from nature. Leonardo da Vinci studied birds’ wings to draw his design of a man-made flying...


Bioengineering: Discover How Nature Inspires Human Designs With 25 Projects

by Christine Burillo-Kirch & Alexis Cornell

In Bioengineering: Discover How Nature Inspires Human Designs, young readers explore designs and innovations that come from nature. Leonardo da Vinci studied birds’ wings to draw his design of a man-made flying...


CITIES: Discover How They Work with 25 Projects

by Kathleen M. Reilly & Tom Casteel

To a child, a city is a chaotic, vibrant community whose workings can seem quite mysterious. How did people create subways? How does the water get to the very top of a skyscraper? Is there any organization to...


Timekeeping: Explore the History and Science of Telling Time with 15 Projects

by Linda Formichelli, W Eric Martin & Sam Carbaugh

Timekeeping: Explore the History and Science of Telling Time travels through the past and into the future to explore how humans have measured the passage of time. From ancient civilization’s earliest calendars...