When Plants Took Over the Planet: The Amazing Story of Plant Evolution is a fascinating volume and a great introduction to botanical history for young readers.
Joe Leap: A Grasshopper Adventure in the Flint Hills of Kansas is a delightful new addition to DeAnn Melton’s growing list of nature stories.
IT TAKES GUTS: HOW YOUR BODY TURNS FOOD INTO FUEL (AND POOP) is the perfect book for a book report or niece or nephew that love gross facts.
The Kitchen Pantry Scientist: Biology for Kids is fun, engaging, and well-organized to balance fact learning with experimental discovery.
The Screaming Hairy Armadillo and 76 Other Animals with Weird, Wild Names takes readers on a fascinating journey through language, etymology, and taxonomy.
Bring the world to life with this amazing guide to THE WONDROUS WORKINGS OF PLANET EARTH by author and illustrator Rachel Ignotofsky.
Trees: A Rooted History is a beautiful, fascinating volume that any young botanist will surely treasure.
Beautifully designed and produced, Ocean: A Visual Miscellany would be equally wonderful as an educational tool or as a gift.
Got a young marine biologist or, more specifically, an ichthyologist in your house? It’s time to dive right into these incredible kids books about sharks.
Two human body books for two age groups: Introducing the immense topic of human anatomy to children with ease, style, and fun.