Footprints Across the Planet introduces the concepts of sustainability and inclusivity that even the youngest readers can understand and enjoy.
More than just biographies, these picture books reinforce the idea that you don’t need to start out great to become outstanding.
The Kitchen Pantry Scientist: Biology for Kids is fun, engaging, and well-organized to balance fact learning with experimental discovery.
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!
A list of thought-provoking picture books curated by Beth Anderson to inspire experimentation, tinkering, and creating. Curated by author Beth Anderson.
The Sun Plays with the Moon, by Alicia Mofford, is both instructive and imaginative—a fun introduction for young readers to space science.
The time for boring history lessons is at an end! In the Quick Histories series from Quarto Publishing, discover thousands of years of history.
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.
The Radium Girls: Young Readers’ Edition: The Scary but True Story of the Poison that Made People Glow in the Dark is gripping and deeply inspiring.