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Famous Inventors & Inventions: Children's Books

by Speedy Publishing

Famous inventors and the inventions they develop is a fascinating area of historical study that is usually far too advanced for young children. However, a Famous Inventors & Inventions Picture Book breaks that...


Crime Lab 101: 25 Different Experiments in Crime Detection

by Robert Gardner

Kids fascinated by crime and police work will appreciate this inside look at detection and forensic science. The 25 experiments can be performed at home and offer fascinating explanations of police lab techniques....


Why Don't Cars Run on Apple Juice?

by Kira Vermond & Suharu Ogawa

Curious kids ask the best questions!

What keeps the stars from falling from the sky? Why do metal boats float? And more importantly, why don’t cars run on apple juice?! All these questions and more are found...


How to Become an Accidental Genius

by Frieda Wishinsky, Elizabeth MacLeod & Jenn Playford

Don't be afraid to try! Make connections! Be persistent! Ask questions and never take no for an answer! Learn the secrets and amazing stories of successful inventors! How to Become an Accidental Genius is full...


Planetary Science: Explore New Frontiers

by Matthew Brenden Wood & Samuel Carbaugh

What do you see when you look up into the sky at night? The moon, stars, maybe even a comet or asteroid? You can also see other planets! In Planetary Science: Explore New Frontiers, readers ages 12 to 15 embark...


Meteorology: Cool Women Who Weather Storms

by Karen Bush Gibson & Lena Chandhok

Does the weather fascinate you? Are you curious about where storms get their strength? Do you ever think about what the long-term effect of weather patterns will be on the Earth? Meteorology: Cool Women Who...


The Maine Woods

by Henry David Thoureau

The Maine Woods is classic Thoreau: a personal story of exterior and interior discoveries in a natural setting–all conveyed in taut, masterly prose. Thoreau’s evocative renderings of the life of the primitive...


Cells: Experience Life at Its Tiniest

by Karen Bush Gibson & Alexis Cornell

All living things, from the common cold to every plant, animal, and person on Earth, is made up of cells. In Cells: Experience the World at Its Tiniest, readers ages 12 to 15 investigate these basic building...


Innovators: The Stories Behind the People Who Shaped the World With 25 Projects

by Marcia Amidon Lusted & Tom Casteel

The world owes a lot to the unsung heroes of innovation! In Innovators: The Stories Behind the People Who Shaped the World, readers ages 9 to 12 learn about the people who created the inventions, products, processes,...


Explore Comets and Asteroids!: With 25 Great Projects

by Anita Yasuda & Bryan Stone

Have you ever wished on a shooting star? Shooting stars often appear when the earth passes through the dust and debris left by a passing comet. Explore Comets and Asteroids! With 25 Amazing Projects takes readers...


Explore Atoms and Molecules!: With 25 Great Projects

by Janet Slingerland & Matt Aucoin

Atoms and molecules are the basic building blocks of matter. Matter is every physical thing around us in the universe, including our own bodies! In Explore Atoms and Molecules! With 25 Great Projects, readers...


Charlie and the Tortoise

by M. J. Mouton, Jezreel S. Cuevas & Cara Santa Maria

Charlie and the Tortoise shares the journey of how Charles Darwin discovered the connections between all animals on an adventure to some very unique islands.


Archaeology: Cool Women Who Dig

by Anita Yasuda & Lena Chandhok

Archaeologists look for clues from the past to learn about people who lived long ago! In Archaeology: Cool Women Who Dig, children ages 9 through 12 study this amazing field and meet three dynamic women who...


Zoology: Cool Women Who Work With Animals

by Jennifer Swanson & Lena Chandhok

If you love to work with animals, you can become a zoologist! In Zoology: Cool Women Who Work With Animals, readers ages 9 to 12 are inspired by stories of women who have made great strides in a field that...


Truth About Nature

by Stacy Tornio & Ken Keffer

Does moss grow only on the north side of a tree? Is the North Star really the brightest star? Will a mother bird abandon its baby if you put it back in its nest? Will toads really give you warts? The Truth about...


Chemistry: Investigate the Matter that Makes Up Your World

by Carla Mooney & Samuel Carbaugh

Have you ever wondered what makes up everything in the world around you? Or what exactly is the difference between solids, liquids, and gases? Have you wanted to know what causes two substances to react or change?...


Microbes: Discover an Unseen World

by Christine Burillo-Kirch & Tom Casteel

If our vision improved one million times, we would be able to see microbes in the air, on our skin, in the soil, in water, and on food! In Microbes: Discover an Unseen World, readers journey through microscopic...


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...


Explore Gravity!: With 25 Great Projects

by Cindy Blobaum & Bryan Stone

How can something that grounds us and keeps us here on this earth be so invisible and mysterious? We’re not talking about anything abstract and undetectable. We’re talking about GRAVITY! Gravity is a force...