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The Young Naturalist's Guide to Florida

by Peggy Lantz & Wendy Hale Pineapple Press (October 01, 2014)

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 & Wendy A. Hale Pineapple Press (October 01, 2014)

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 & Wendy A. Hale Pineapple Press (May 01, 2014)

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


Famous Inventors & Inventions: Children's Books

by Speedy Publishing Speedy Kids (September 30, 2014)

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...


Breakthrough: How One Teen Innovator Is Changing the World

by Jack Andraka & Matthew Lysiak HarperCollins (March 10, 2015)

Featured in the 2018 movie Science Fair!

A National Science Teachers Association Best STEM Book of 2017

In this acclaimed memoir, teen innovator and scientist Jack Andraka tells the story behind his revolutionary...


Sally Ride

by Sue Macy Aladdin (September 09, 2014)

Sally Ride was more than the first woman in space--she was a real-life explorer and adventurer whose life story is a true inspiration for all those who dream big.

Most people know Sally Ride as the first American...


Outer Space

by Ken Jennings & Mike Lowery Little Simon (October 14, 2014)

Let your inner astronaut explore outer space with this interactive trivia book from Jeopardy! champ and New York Times bestselling author Ken Jennings.

With this book about space you'll become an expert and wow...


The Race to Save the Lord God Bird

by Phillip Hoose Farrar, Straus and Giroux (Byr) (August 25, 2014)

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,...


Nature

by Émilie Beaumont, Nathalie Bélineau & Sylvie Michelet Fleurus (November 24, 2011)

Funny and lovely Picture Books for Little Ones!

The best way for little ones to learn everything about flowers and sun, animals and seas and to practise those fascinating words!

Discover Fleurus charming picture...


The mountains

by Nathalie Bélineau, Émilie Beaumont & Sylvie Michelet Fleurus (August 21, 2012)

Funny and lovely Picture Books for Little Ones!

From snow to woodchucks, familiarize your child with the first words of the mountain. In summer as well as in winter, he will learn to put words on everything that...


Stella and Steve Travel through Space!

by James Duffett-Smith & Bethany Straker Sky Pony (August 05, 2014)

Did you know that Jupiter is eleven times the size of Earth? The solar system is an incredible place that is still mostly unexplored. So, when Stella and her family move to a new townwhere Stella has no friends...


Savais-tu? - En couleurs  6 - Les Vautours

by Nathalia Brodskaya Parkstone International (June 30, 2011)

Claude Monet (Paris, 1840 – Giverny, 1926) Pour Claude Monet, le qualificatif d'impressionniste est toujours resté un sujet de fierté. Malgré tout ce que les critiques ont pu écrire sur son oeuvre, Monet...


Cranes: A LOOK BOOK Easy Reader

by P.J. Harding Look book Easy Readers (April 10, 2014)

Written and published by P.J. Harding. Another in the 'LOOK BOOK' series - Your child will love this easy reader and brilliant color picture book of cranes. Each page has a photographic image of all kinds of...


The Five Biggest Ideas in Science

by Charles M. Wynn & Arthur W. Wiggins Wiley (May 02, 2008)

In a thought-provoking and entertaining exploration of The Five Biggest Ideas in Science, authors Charles Wynn and Arthur Wiggins provide a panoramic view of the questions scientists seek to answer about the...


I Wish I Knew That: Science

by Rachel Byard Garcia Reader's Digest (February 02, 2012)

Why does matter matter? What makes the earth quake? Why does the moon shine? With I Wish I Knew That: Science, kids will learn the answers to hundreds of fascinating questions, alongside lighthearted illustrations...


Science Around the House: Simple Projects Using Household Recyclables

by Roz Fulcher Dover Publications (December 31, 2013)

This charmingly illustrated book shows kids how to conduct basic science experiments using recycled household items. They'll learn about sound waves by making their own kazoos and build a battery, birdbath,...


Maple Leaf in Space: Canada's Astronauts

by John Melady Dundurn (January 11, 2011)

The launch of a spaceship is exciting and thousands of people come to watch. What makes it even more exciting is when we see fellow Canadians like Robert Thirsk, Julie Payette, and Guy Lalibert onboard. Maple...


Martin Gardner's Science Magic: Tricks and Puzzles

by Martin Gardner Dover Publications (August 22, 2012)

Fun and fascinating, 89 simple magic tricks will teach both children and adults the scientific principles behind electricity, magnetism, sound, gravity, water, and more. Only basic everyday items are needed....


A World in a Drop of Water: Exploring with a Microscope

by Alvin Silverstein & Virginia Silverstein Dover Publications (March 12, 2013)

Fascinating introduction to the world of single-celled organisms recounts the feeding, reproductive, and defensive strategies employed by an array of curious creatures: amoeba, paramecium, suctorian, hydra,...


Entertaining Science Experiments with Everyday Objects

by Martin Gardner Dover Publications (June 10, 2013)

A prominent popular science writer presents simple instructions for 100 illustrated experiments. Memorable, easily understood experiments illuminate principles related to astronomy, chemistry, physiology, psychology,...


Metamorphosis: Nature's Magical Transformations

by Alvin Silverstein & Virginia Silverstein Dover Publications (September 23, 2013)

Easy-to-read book offers a well-illustrated look at how some baby creatures develop from a larval stage into adults that bear no resemblance to their former selves.


Human Anatomy in Full Color

by John Green Dover Publications (June 04, 2013)

Twenty-five exceptionally clear and detailed anatomical plates — with labels and extensive captions — depict the skeleton, spine, bones, joints, skull, muscles, skin and limbs; heart, stomach, other organs;...


Geology of the Eastern Coast: Investigate How the Earth Was Formed With 15 Projects

by Cynthia Light Brown & Kathleen Brown Nomad Press (March 01, 2012)

Taking a unique approach to a fascinating region of the United States, this activity guide looks at the underlying processes that have shaped the Eastern Coast. Beginning with the connection between geology...


What's the BIG Idea?

by Vicki Cobb Sky Pony (September 01, 2013)

Why don't we feel the Earth move? Why does an ice cube float? Why can't you unscramble an egg? Why can't we live forever? These are all questions that a curious kid might ask. In What's the BIG Idea?, renowned...


Baffling & Bizarre Inventions

by Jim Murphy Sky Pony (July 20, 2011)

A talking watch. An overcoat for two. A pair of pants for poodles. In his companion to Weird & Wacky Inventions, Jim Murphy shows kids some additional baffling and utterly silly inventions in the form of a guessing...


Eclipse!: The What, Where, When, Why, and How Guide to Watching Solar and Lunar Eclipses

by Philip S. Harrington Wiley (April 21, 2008)

The most complete guide to viewing eclipses-including details on every solar and lunar eclipse through 2017

Want to observe the most fleeting eclipse phenomena, take dramatic photos, and keep a detailed record...


LEGO Man in Space

by Mara Shaughnessy Sky Pony (April 01, 2013)

The true story of two boys who launched a Lego Man into space!  

With over 3 million views on YouTube and covered by almost every major news outlet in the world, the story of how two boys launched a Lego man...


Backyard Biology: Investigate Habitats Outside Your Door with 25 Projects

by Donna Latham & Beth Hetland Nomad Press (January 01, 2013)

BIOLOGY IS THE STUDY OF LIFE

Life is everywhere, thriving in the city and in the country, teeming in ecosystems around the planet—in deserts, oceans, and even the Arctic. And life is right outside your door!...


Journey of the Sea Glass

by Nicole Fazio Down East Books (June 01, 2012)

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...


Natural Disasters: Investigate Earth's Most Destructive Forces with 25 Projects

by Kathleen M Reilly & Tom Casteel Nomad Press (November 28, 2012)

When natural disasters happen they grab headlines around the world. People, creatures, and the environment are all impacted when nature gets out of control. Natural disasters can be upsetting to live through,...


Our Solar System - Everything you want to know about the Earth, the Sun and all our Solar Systems Planets and Moons up there

by Dan Bell Emereo Publishing (October 24, 2012)

Our Solar System - Everything you want to know about the Earth, the Sun and all our Solar Systems Planets and Moons up there


One Minute Mysteries: 65 More Short Mysteries You Solve With Science

by Eric Yoder & Natalie Yoder Science, Naturally! (November 16, 2012)

The mysteries are back! The 3rd book in the "One Minute Mysteries" series has more fun brainteasers you solve with science. And each mystery takes just one minute to read!


Health Heroes: The People Who Took Care of the World

by Emily Sharratt Simon & Schuster Children's Uk (August 06, 2020)

Meet the real-life health heroes!

£1 from the sale of this book will be donated to NHS Charities Together.

For readers aged 8+, Health Heroes is packed full of true stories of healthcare workers past and present,...


Jumbo

by Chris Gall Roaring Brook Press (August 03, 2020)

For the 50th anniversary of the Boeing 747's first commercial flight, a picture book about the development of the iconic passenger plane and how it changed the history of air travel.

In 1968, the biggest passenger...


Our Dogs, Ourselves -- Young Readers Edition

by Alexandra Horowitz Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers (August 04, 2020)

This middle grade adaptation of Our Dogs, Ourselves is an eye-opening, entertaining, and beautifully illustrated look about humans’ complicated and sometimes contradictory relationship with man’s best friend...


Disasters

by Brenda Z. Guiberson Henry Holt and Co. (Byr) (June 07, 2010)

Natural and man-made disasters have the power to destroy thousands of lives very quickly. Both as they unfold and in the aftermath, these forces of nature astonish the rest of the world with their incredible...


The Race to Save the Lord God Bird

by Phillip Hoose Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR) (August 11, 2004)

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,...


Awesome Animals: Cats

by Dianne Bates Big Sky Publishing (September 05, 2015)

Cats are more than just cute and cuddly pets. They are playful, clever, mysterious and totally awesome! Packed full of incredible true stories, fascinating facts and lots of fun stuff, this books shows just...


Awesome Animals: Dogs

by Dianne Bates Big Sky Publishing (September 05, 2015)

Dogs really are the perfect best friend. They are loyal, smart, fun and totally awesome! In this fabulous combination of remarkable true stories, amazing facts and lots of fun stuff, we get to discover just...


Dung for Dinner

by Christine Virnig & Korwin Briggs Henry Holt and Co. (Byr) (July 20, 2020)

Discover the stomach-churning truth about the animal poop, pee, vomit, and secretions that humans have eaten throughout history--and sometimes still do--in Christine Virnig's laugh-out-loud middle-grade nonfiction...


Learning STEM from Baseball

by Marne Ventura Sky Pony (July 07, 2020)

Get your sports-loving kid excited about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math

By integrating the thrill of learning into the context of baseball, Learning STEM from Baseball presents a whole new ball...


Charles Darwin and the Mystery of Mysteries

by Susan Pearson Flash Point (May 10, 2010)

AN INTREPID VOYAGE. A GROUNDBREAKING THEORY. The life and work of one

of the world's most influential scientists.

Young readers of this altogether fascinating biography follow Charles Darwin not only on his journey...


The Science of Everyday Life

by Len Fisher Arcade (May 01, 2011)

Scientists are in the business of trying to understand the world. Exploring commonplace phenomena, they have uncovered some of nature's deepest laws. We can in turn apply these laws to our own lives, to better...


Basher STEM Junior: Science

by Jonathan O'Callaghan & Simon Basher Kingfisher (July 06, 2020)

One of four books in an exciting STEM series for younger children, STEM Junior: Science covers 40 topics from the core subjects of biology, chemistry, and physics. Each topic is introduced as a personality who...


Play in the Wild

by Lita Judge Roaring Brook Press (June 29, 2020)

Why do animals play?

With thoughtful text and sweetly realistic watercolor art, author and illustrator Lita Judge explores the importance of play in the animal kingdom. She shows how play teaches animals to defend...


Cool Robots

by Sean Kenney Henry Holt and Co. (Byr) (November 16, 2010)

Attention young LEGO brick builders: Sean Kenney is back again with original creations of Robotopolis--robots, transformers, and spaceships of all sizes, colors, and features.

Complete with select model instructions,...


Spectacular Science for Smart Kids

by Amy Oyler & Amanda Brack Castle Point Books (June 15, 2020)

Spectacular Science for Smart Kids contains fun science experiments for hands-on learning at home, written by Amy Oyler, featuring illustrations from Amanda Brack...


Short

by John Schwartz Flash Point (April 12, 2010)

A SURVIVAL GUIDE TO GROWING UP SHORT. Part science book, part memoir--a

book for everyone concerned about looking (or feeling) different.

When veteran journalist John Schwartz took a close look at famous height...


Awesome Achievers in Science

by Alan Katz & Chris Judge Running Press Kids (August 05, 2019)

Part of a super fun middle grade series, Awesome Achievers in Science puts the spotlight on lesser-known heroes and their contributions in major scientific fields.

Everyone has heard the names Neil Armstrong...


Awesome Achievers in Technology

by Alan Katz & Chris Judge Running Press Kids (August 05, 2019)

Part of a super fun middle grade series, Awesome Achievers in Technology puts the spotlight on lesser-known heroes and their contributions in tech.

Everyone has heard the name Steve Jobs, but what about Nolan...