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Biomes : discover the earth's ecosystems : with environmental science activities for kids —Latham, Donna, author.

Discusses different types of biomes on Earth: forests, deserts, grasslands, tundra, mountains, oceans. Activities and projects include making a blubber mitt, a rainstick, a tornado in a bottle, a food chain flipbook, a g...

The Holocaust : racism and genocide in World War II —Mooney, Carla, 1970- author.

Provides a history of the Holocaust, from the roots of anti-Semitism in Europe and the rise of the Nazi Party to the Final Solution and the legacy of the Holocaust.

Biodiversity : explore the diversity of life on Earth : with environmental science activities for kids —Perdew, Laura, author.

Biodiversity: Explore the Diversity of Life on Earth with Science Activities for Kids introduces middle schoolers to the evolution of life on Earth, beginning with the first single-celled organisms that emerged 3.8 billi...

Engines! —McKinney, Donna Bowen, author.

COMPANION TO: NATURAL DISASTERS!, ISBN 9781619308596. From ancient times to now, engines have powered the activities of peoples lives. 'Engines!' invites readers to explore engines through hands-on STEM projects that dee...

Planet Earth : finding balance on the Blue Marble : with environmental science activities for kids —Reilly, Kathleen M., author.

Planet Earth: Finding Balance on the Blue Marble with Environmental Science Activities for Kids introduces middle grade readers to all the parts of the natural world, including the oceans, the atmosphere, the earth, and ...

Industrial design : why smartphones aren't round and other mysteries : with science activities for kids —Mooney, Carla, 1970- author.

Explore the engineering design process from its earliest beginnings, to today. Using inquiry-based STEM activities, kids ages 10 to 15 read all about good design, which combines the right materials, colors, details, and ...

Microbes : discover an unseen world with 25 projects —Burillo-Kirch, Christine, author.

"If our vision improved one million times, we would be able to see microbes in the air, on our skin, in the soil, in water, and on food! In Microbes: Discover an Unseen World, readers journey through microscopic worlds t...

Garbage : follow the path of your trash : with environmental science activities for kids —Latham, Donna, author.

Where does garbage go? How does it break down? What are the challenges of dealing with so much waste? What can we do decrease the amount of stuff we are throwing away? Garbage explores questions like these while encourag...

The Underground Railroad : navigate the journey from slavery to freedom —Cummings, Judy Dodge, author.

"The Underground Railroad was a [19th century] network of secret routes and safe houses operated by conductors and station masters, both black and white. Readers follow true stories of enslaved people who braved patrols,...

Ancient civilizations Aztecs, Maya, Incas! : with 25 social studies projects for kids —Yasuda, Anita, author.

Why were there more than 3,000 steps built at Machu Picchu? Why did the Aztecs roam Mexico for nearly 200 years before finding a place to settle? How did the Maya study the movements of the stars and the planets? Ancient...

Terrorism : violence, intimidation, and solutions for peace —Mooney, Carla, 1970- author.

Publisher Annotation: Why did terrorists attack the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001? The answer to that question is ancient, complicated, and crucial to a perceptive understanding of the global community we live...

Human migration : investigate the global journey of humankind —Cummings, Judy Dodge, author.

Retraces the paths taken by humanity's prehistoric ancestors to explain the role of migration in human history, describing how scientists are forging new understandings about ancestry and civilization, and explores the f...

Explore ancient Chinese myths! —Yasuda, Anita, author.

Explores ancient Chinese mythology through twenty-five projects, including making mooncakes, writing in Chinese, and designing a New Year's story board game.

Skulls and skeletons! : With 25 science projects for kids —Blobaum, Cindy, 1966- author.

Bones are those hard parts of our bodies that make up our skeletons and skulls, and we need them in lots of different ways. In this book, readers learn about the bones in their bodies and why we can't live without them. ...

The brain journey through the universe inside your head —Mooney, Carla 1970- author.

An introduction to the world of the human brain and its effect on behavior covers such topics as brain anatomy, the science of memory, and the latest understanding about the role of lifestyle choices on brain health.

Planet Earth : Finding Balance on the Blue Marble with Environmental Science Activities for Kids —Reilly, Kathleen M., author.
EBook
2019

"The environment is all around us, whether you live in a city, suburb, or the country. Sometimes, it's easy to ignore. But forgetting about the environment isn't an option if we want our planet to be healthy! Planet Eart...

The Human Genome : Mapping the Blueprint of Human Life —Mooney, Carla, 1970- author.
EBook
2020

A fascinating tour of the human genome and the role of genetics in our lives! Hands-on science investigations and STEM research projects help readers ages 12 to 15 discover a mysterious part of their own bodies -- their ...

Psychology : Why We Smile, Strive, and Sing —Rubini, Julie, author.
EBook
2020

A fascinating exploration of why we do the things we do, according to science! Dive into the psychology of the human brain with STEM activities and research projects that get readers excited about learning their own mind...

Inside the Human Body —Mooney, Carla, 1970- author.
EBook
2020

A fun and informative introduction to the bodily systems that keep us alive! Hands-on science experiments and STEM research projects help readers ages 12 to 15 discover an amazing world -- their own bodies! What is the m...

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