The Kitchen Pantry Scientist: Biology for Kids is fun, engaging, and well-organized to balance fact learning with experimental discovery.
Reminiscent of the classic film Ferngully, Willa of Dark Hollow is the gripping sequel to Willa of the Wood and a continuation of Beatty’s exploration.
Filled with scenes that will be familiar to anyone who lives in and loves the woods, First Steps, First Snow evokes the peace of a winter night.
Exploring the Elements is colorful, comprehensive, and accessible, breaking complex chemical concepts down into simple ideas easy for young readers to grasp.
Join us on this virtual book tour for Alicia Mofford’s The Sun Plays with the Moon, a fun introduction for young readers to space science!
The Sun Plays with the Moon, by Alicia Mofford, is both instructive and imaginative—a fun introduction for young readers to space science.
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Wild Survival: Crocodile Rescue is a cunning blend of real science and fictional adventure story with enough action to keep any reader hooked.
Join us on this virtual book tour for Bruce Nemovitz’s The Leaf and the Tree, a heartfelt picture book that connects readers with the natural world!
Part of the Science Comics series, Crows: Genius Birds is a fun, full-color exploration of a crow’s world, from eating roadkill to patrolling territory.