Who Gives a Poop? pulls readers along on a journey deep into the sorts of scientific discovery they don’t teach you in schools.
What Breathes Through Its Butt? is a fun and challenging introduction to scientific ways of thinking. Great for anyone interested in STEM.
Ellie has a lot of great ideas – but one of her best might be joining the Miss Peachy Keen Pageant with her best friend Kit.
The My First Science Book About series from Dover Publications offers a wonderful introduction to various scientific topics that are ideal for 8–12-year-old kids.
“Mandy Goes to the Beach” is the sequel to the book “Where’s My House?” This book gives children an opportunity to explore science and mathematics.
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The books in this series are excellent primary resources and would be worthwhile additions to not only the personal library for future scientists but for classroom libraries as well.
The DK Smithsonian Timelines of Everything presents information in the form of a chronologically ordered set of time-lines, ranging from the events of pre-history through to the modern world, and drawn from cultures all over the world.
The word bacteria often gets a bad rap and author S. Kitanovic, PhD, aims to dispel this belief in this fun easy reader in which science and storytelling come together.
A great book to gift to your budding astronomer or future astronaut, OUR SOLAR SYSTEM has fun and facts for all.