Asha and Baz Meet Hedy Lamarr is an enjoyable new addition to the Asha and Baz series with high appeal to readers who love STEM topics such as computer science.
Self-proclaimed science geek, award-winning author, speaker, and teacher, Jennifer Swanson talks about her picture book, Footprints Across the Planet.
Dr. Rosie Helps the Animals, by Jennifer Welborn, is a fun and informative story for teaching young readers about caring for animals.
Reminiscent of the beloved Magic Treehouse series, The Bridge to Sharktooth Island: A Challenge Island STEAM Adventure is packed with STEAM learning.
Jennifer Swanson talks about Footprints Across the Planet and why children need to understand the importance of their ‘footprint.’
Footprints Across the Planet introduces the concepts of sustainability and inclusivity that even the youngest readers can understand and enjoy.
The Girl Who Could Fix Anything combines biography and science history to tell the fascinating story of one of the pioneers of the engineering field.
The Wright Engineers: Inventing the Airplane is an insightful and educational book written to appeal to any middle-grade (or above) reader.
David Horn’s The Great Engine Room Takeover is fun to listen to and a great way to get young readers interested in STEM and science.
A Knotty Problem is instructive and enjoyable, offering readers a thought-provoking story about how STEM can help with everyday problems and situations.