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ScienceThrillers.com welcomes teacher and writer A.G. Moore, a principal of Rhythm Prism Publishing (“Unique Books for Hungry Minds”). Moore shares an essay on the origins of scientific thought. Please check out her nonfiction books for ages 8-13 (below) and enter to … Continue reading
This giveaway’s a little different. Normally I raffle thrillers, but the creators of KlevaKids science picture books for toddlers made it possible for me to give away a complete set of their rhyming, educational titles. KlevaKids “presents entertaining introductions to … Continue reading
These books were suggested by AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science) “to help celebrate National Poetry Month.” Visit their website for details on why they chose these books “that use poetry to engage kids with science and nature.” &lt;A HREF=”http://ws.amazon.com/widgets/q?rt=tf_cw&amp;ServiceVersion=20070822&amp;MarketPlace=US&amp;ID=V20070822%2FUS%2Fthrille-20%2F8010%2Fcf170438-cd17-471b-ab53-fa990c566945&amp;Operation=NoScript”&gt;Amazon.com … Continue reading
Announced earlier this month, the American Association for the Advancement of Science has chosen books & films that encourae an understanding and appreciation of science. If you have access to Science magazine, you can read the whole list here. If … Continue reading
Want to introduce kids to microbiology? Here are some good books to do just that. The Invisible ABCs: Exploring the world of microbes by Rodney P. Anderson (American Society for Microbiology Press, 2006) is a visual treat that introduces a … Continue reading
I heard about this book when the National Science Teachers Association published their annual list of recommended titles. I bought a copy and RECOMMEND this book for 9-14 year olds. Case Closed? by Susan Hughes (illustrated by Michael Wandelmaier) is … Continue reading