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100 Events That Made History, ed. , v.
100 Events That Made History, ed. , v.

100 Events That Made History, ed. , v.

Divided into five chapters: Momentous Moments, Battling It Out, Weird or What?, Nasty Nature, and The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, major moments that have changed the course of history are showcased together with minor incidents to give context to each event.

A Kid's Book of Experiments with Animals, ed. , v.
A Kid's Book of Experiments with Animals, ed. , v.

A Kid's Book of Experiments with Animals, ed. , v.

This book features kid-accessible experiments that examine animal behavior.

A Kid's Book of Experiments with Color, ed. , v.
A Kid's Book of Experiments with Color, ed. , v.

A Kid's Book of Experiments with Color, ed. , v.

This book features kid-accessible experiments that will help them gain a deeper understanding of color theory by mixing colors and subtracting colors using filters and pigments.

A Kid's Book of Experiments with Light, ed. , v.
A Kid's Book of Experiments with Light, ed. , v.

A Kid's Book of Experiments with Light, ed. , v.

This book features kid-accessible experiments that explore the properties of light, including refraction, reflection, and how light travels.

A Kid's Book of Experiments with Sound, ed. , v.
A Kid's Book of Experiments with Sound, ed. , v.

A Kid's Book of Experiments with Sound, ed. , v.

This book features kid-accessible experiments that explore the scientific principles of sound, which include finding out what kinds of matter conduct sound, locating the sources of sound, and matching vibrations.

A Kid's Book of Experiments with Stars, ed. , v.
A Kid's Book of Experiments with Stars, ed. , v.

A Kid's Book of Experiments with Stars, ed. , v.

This book features kid-accessible experiments that explore constellations, the Sun, and the Moon.

A Kid's Book of Experiments with Time, ed. , v.
A Kid's Book of Experiments with Time, ed. , v.

A Kid's Book of Experiments with Time, ed. , v.

This book features kid-accessible experiments that explore the intricacies of time, including how it is measured and how it affects everyday life.

Animal Groups, ed. , v.
Animal Groups, ed. , v.

Animal Groups, ed. , v.

This book explores animals that survive and thrive in groups. Lions, bees, and meerkats are covered. It examines how group members help each other face life’s challenges from finding food to raising young.

Animal Senses, ed. , v.
Animal Senses, ed. , v.

Animal Senses, ed. , v.

This book explores how animals interact with the world through their senses since, unlike humans, many animals use their senses in truly unique ways to communicate, reproduce, and survive.

Anthropologists at Work, ed. , v.
Anthropologists at Work, ed. , v.

Anthropologists at Work, ed. , v.

This book provides an introduction to the field of anthropology. Readers will learn of the various branches of anthropology, including archaeology and biological anthropology, and how anthropologists of different disciplines collaborate to shed light on the mysteries of times past.

Astronauts Explore the Galaxy, ed. , v.
Astronauts Explore the Galaxy, ed. , v.

Astronauts Explore the Galaxy, ed. , v.

This book discusses what life is like for astronauts in space—what they eat, how they sleep, how they work, and the training involved to become an astronaut.

Astronomers at Work, ed. , v.
Astronomers at Work, ed. , v.

Astronomers at Work, ed. , v.

This book provides an introduction to the field of astronomy. The work of astronomers is examined, and the tools of the trade discussed. Recent discoveries and the latest technology are featured, providing the most up-to-date information available.

Astronomy in the Real World, ed. , v.
Astronomy in the Real World, ed. , v.

Astronomy in the Real World, ed. , v.

This book looks at the world of astronomy, why it is an intriguing STEM career, and the work that scientists in this field have accomplished throughout the years.

Awesome Experiments with Living Things, ed. , v.
Awesome Experiments with Living Things, ed. , v.

Awesome Experiments with Living Things, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the science behind plants and other living things through fun hands-on activities. Real-life examples of the same scientific principles at play in each activity will get readers excited about the science at work in their everyday world.

Bioengineering in the Real World, ed. , v.
Bioengineering in the Real World, ed. , v.

Bioengineering in the Real World, ed. , v.

This book looks at the world of bioengineering, why it is an intriguing STEM career, and the work that scientists in this field have accomplished throughout the years.

Biologists at Work, ed. , v.
Biologists at Work, ed. , v.

Biologists at Work, ed. , v.

This book will introduce young people to the fascinating world of biologists and the interesting work that they do. Readers will learn about the details of their daily work, including the tools and instruments they use. They will also learn about what kind of schooling is necessary for the job.

Birds, ed. , v.
Birds, ed. , v.

Birds, ed. , v.

This book is for children curious about birds and keen to explore the world of ornithology. Explore the skies and find out all about various types of birds, from birds of prey to tropical birds, and how a bird makes its nest. It includes activities, including how to make a bird feeder, and plenty of fun facts.

Birds, ed. , v.
Birds, ed. , v.

Birds, ed. , v.

This guide provides scientific and anecdotal information about each of the fifty states' official state bird.

Capitals, ed. , v.
Capitals, ed. , v.

Capitals, ed. , v.

This guide provides historical and anecdotal information about each of the fifty states' official state capital cities, including their capitol buildings.

Chemists at Work, ed. , v.
Chemists at Work, ed. , v.

Chemists at Work, ed. , v.

This book introduces young people to the basics of chemistry (such as elements and compounds), the various branches of chemistry (including organic chemistry and physical chemistry), and the history of the field. Sidebars introduce key terminology or pose questions that get students to think critically about what they’ve read.

Children's Illustrated Animal Atlas, ed. , v.
Children's Illustrated Animal Atlas, ed. , v.

Children's Illustrated Animal Atlas, ed. , v.

This children’s atlas shows key animal habitats and locations around the world. Photographs highlight each continent's most iconic animals and colorful graphics show the animals, plants, and habitats found within each country. Habitats are introduced and explained, from the mountains and deserts to the grasslands and tropical rain forests, including where the habitats are found, what the climate is like, and what plants and animals live in them.

Children's Illustrated Thesaurus, ed. , v.
Children's Illustrated Thesaurus, ed. , v.

Children's Illustrated Thesaurus, ed. , v.

A comprehensive, illustrated thesaurus created specifically for young readers and writers, with more than 4,000 entries and authoritative content. The entries are arranged alphabetically and include definitions and sample sentences to help kids understand the meaning and usage of words in context, and antonym features present another layer of vocabulary for children to enjoy.

Children's Illustrated World Atlas, ed. , v.
Children's Illustrated World Atlas, ed. , v.

Children's Illustrated World Atlas, ed. , v.

A comprehensive, illustrated world atlas created specifically for young readers. Using stunning modern mapping, based on the latest seamless, cloud-free satellite image data together with facts, maps, satellite images, and local stories, this atlas is a global yet personal experience.

Coding, ed. , v.
Coding, ed. , v.

Coding, ed. , v.

This book explains coding clearly for children with beautiful photography, lively illustrations, and key curriculum information. It is packed with up-to-date information and fun quizzes, while key curriculum text tells children why we use code, how computers use code and covers the history of coding from early computer programming languages to Python and Scratch.

Coding Projects in Python, ed. , v.
Coding Projects in Python, ed. , v.

Coding Projects in Python, ed. , v.

Geared towards kids ages 10 and over, this book teaches them how to build graphics, games, and apps using Python.

Computer Science in the Real World, ed. , v.
Computer Science in the Real World, ed. , v.

Computer Science in the Real World, ed. , v.

This book looks at the world of computer science, why it is an intriguing STEM career, and the work that scientists in this field have accomplished throughout the years.

Cool Experiments with Heat and Cold, ed. , v.
Cool Experiments with Heat and Cold, ed. , v.

Cool Experiments with Heat and Cold, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the science behind heat and cold through fun hands-on activities. Real-life applications of the same scientific principles at play in each activity, such as how air pockets in igloos work as insulation, will get readers excited about the science at work in their everyday world.

Dallas, ed. , v.
Dallas, ed. , v.

Dallas, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the city of Dallas, Texas. Students learn all about this city’s history, architecture, sports teams, places to visit, and other fascinating facts.

Earth, ed. , v.
Earth, ed. , v.

Earth, ed. , v.

This curriculum-based book teaches young readers about Earth as one of the eight planets in our solar system in astronomical terms, providing the fundamental information any student needs to begin their studies in astronomy, such as how Earth spins and revolves around the Sun, why its uniquely suitable for life, its physical features, atmosphere, biosphere, moon, its past, future, and more.

Earth's Continents, ed. , v.
Earth's Continents, ed. , v.

Earth's Continents, ed. , v.

This book presents a look at Earth’s continents that young readers are sure to find both informative and interesting. It’s packed with colorful maps that are labeled and explained to foster young readers’ comprehension of this important topic.

Earth's Hemispheres, ed. , v.
Earth's Hemispheres, ed. , v.

Earth's Hemispheres, ed. , v.

This book makes it easy for any reader to develop a solid comprehension of the division of the Earth into hemispheres, which isn’t the easiest concept to teach or grasp. It involves geography, spatial awareness, map-reading abilities, and more.

Energy Exchange, ed. , v.
Energy Exchange, ed. , v.

Energy Exchange, ed. , v.

In this book, students learn about all kinds of energy that power our world and how we can make sure we never run out!

Engineering, ed. , v.
Engineering, ed. , v.

Engineering, ed. , v.

This book opens up the amazing world of engineering for kids with beautiful photography, lively illustrations, and key curriculum information. It features famous engineers, including the Wright brothers to Gustave Eiffel.

Engineers at Work, ed. , v.
Engineers at Work, ed. , v.

Engineers at Work, ed. , v.

This book introduces young people to what engineers do as well as the various branches of the field. Also, it helps young people learn to understand problems and find solutions to them, which is so much of what engineering is all about.

Environmental Engineering in the Real World, ed. , v.
Environmental Engineering in the Real World, ed. , v.

Environmental Engineering in the Real World, ed. , v.

This book examines the history of this branch of engineering, what environmental engineers do today, and what's next for the field in which environmental engineering keep drinking water clean, protect people from pollution, and take steps to fight climate change.

Excellent Experiments with Electricity and Magnetism, ed. , v.
Excellent Experiments with Electricity and Magnetism, ed. , v.

Excellent Experiments with Electricity and Magnetism, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the scientific principles they are applying at home which have real-world applications. It offers a hands-on approach to electricity and magnetism, allowing readers to conduct experiments to answer questions.

Exploring Earth, ed. , v.
Exploring Earth, ed. , v.

Exploring Earth, ed. , v.

This book discusses facts about Earth, including what it is made of, the science behind natural disasters, weather and seasons.

Exploring the Moon, ed. , v.
Exploring the Moon, ed. , v.

Exploring the Moon, ed. , v.

This book discusses facts about the Moon, including its origin, its phases, trips to the Moon, and careers in astronomy.

Exploring the Solar System, ed. , v.
Exploring the Solar System, ed. , v.

Exploring the Solar System, ed. , v.

This book discusses facts about the solar system, including the Sun, planets, comets, asteroids, the Oort Cloud, and the kinds of scientists that study the solar system.

Exploring the Stars, ed. , v.
Exploring the Stars, ed. , v.

Exploring the Stars, ed. , v.

This book discusses facts about stars, including how they are made, what happens when they die, kinds of stars, constellations, and the types of scientists that study stars.

Exploring the Sun, ed. , v.
Exploring the Sun, ed. , v.

Exploring the Sun, ed. , v.

This book discusses facts about the Sun, including its place in the solar system, its birth, what it is made of, its size, why it is yellow, how animals and plants use sunlight, and what kinds of scientists study the Sun.

Fantastic Experiments with Forces, ed. , v.
Fantastic Experiments with Forces, ed. , v.

Fantastic Experiments with Forces, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the scientific principles behind force through fun hands-on activities. Real-life examples of the same forces they are studying at home, such as how tightrope walkers use poles to keep their mass over their center of gravity, get readers excited about these experiments about force.

Fighting Illness and Injury, ed. , v.
Fighting Illness and Injury, ed. , v.

Fighting Illness and Injury, ed. , v.

This book describes the processes of the immune system, and discusses some of the details of this system, such as fighting infection and how broken bones heal.

First Science Encyclopedia, ed. 2, v.
First Science Encyclopedia, ed. 2, v.

First Science Encyclopedia, ed. 2, v.

A first visual reference book for children eager to learn about all things science, it covers many different subjects, from the human body and animals to space and matter. Kids can discover how a flower grows, what's in the air we breathe, and why what goes up must come down. Includes photos, illustrations, quizzes, glossary.

Fit and Healthy, ed. , v.
Fit and Healthy, ed. , v.

Fit and Healthy, ed. , v.

This book provides readers with information on how the heart, lungs, and hormones contribute to the health and well-being of the human body.

Flags, ed. , v.
Flags, ed. , v.

Flags, ed. , v.

This guide provides historical and anecdotal information about each of the fifty states' official state flags, including the inspiration of the design.

Flowers, ed. , v.
Flowers, ed. , v.

Flowers, ed. , v.

This guide provides scientific and anecdotal information about each of the fifty states' official state flower and the processes used to select it.

Food Like Mine, ed. , v.
Food Like Mine, ed. , v.

Food Like Mine, ed. , v.

This book provides a touching celebration of children from all over the world and the food they eat, featuring more than 20 easy-to-follow recipes.

Forensics in the Real World, ed. , v.
Forensics in the Real World, ed. , v.

Forensics in the Real World, ed. , v.

This book examines the history of this field, what forensic scientists do today, and what's next for this branch of science in which forensic scientists study crime scenes, examine evidence, and invent new ways to solve crimes.

Fueling the Body, ed. , v.
Fueling the Body, ed. , v.

Fueling the Body, ed. , v.

This book discusses nutrition and digestion, and how they contribute to the health and well-being of the human body.

Geologists at Work, ed. , v.
Geologists at Work, ed. , v.

Geologists at Work, ed. , v.

This book will give young students an overview of different geological disciplines, inform them of the everyday problems these scientists must solve, and highlight tools and methods they use. It provides budding young scientists and casual science fans alike a glimpse of geologists at work that is both thrilling and informative.

Get Coding With Data, ed. , v.
Get Coding With Data, ed. , v.

Get Coding With Data, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to everything they need to know about data. It explores types of data, including numbers, strings, and arrays; how data is stored in computer and in codes; key vocabulary terms such as memory, cache, ram, disk, and flash; and the difference between constants and variables.

Get Coding with Debugging, ed. , v.
Get Coding with Debugging, ed. , v.

Get Coding with Debugging, ed. , v.

This computer-free book explores the concept of debugging and such key concepts as determining, measuring, checking, and correcting errors in code.

Get Coding with Logic, ed. , v.
Get Coding with Logic, ed. , v.

Get Coding with Logic, ed. , v.

This computer-free book introduces the concept of logic, which lies at the heart of coding. It covers Boolean algebra, 'if' and 'until' clauses, arithmetic functions, and decision-making.

Get Coding with Repeating, ed. , v.
Get Coding with Repeating, ed. , v.

Get Coding with Repeating, ed. , v.

This computer-free book introduces the fundamental principles of repetition and looping. It looks at how language handles different ways of repeating code, including 'while,' 'for,' 'repeat,' and 'until' clauses as well as such key concepts as functions, subroutines, and nested loops.

Growth and Development, ed. , v.
Growth and Development, ed. , v.

Growth and Development, ed. , v.

This book discusses how cells and DNA assist in the growth and development of the human body.

Heredity, ed. , v.
Heredity, ed. , v.

Heredity, ed. , v.

This book explores why animals, plants, and people look like their parents. It presents heredity, genes, and chromosomes, and how the father of heredity, Gregor Mendel, unlocked the secrets of how living things pass down traits to their children.

Historic Monuments, ed. , v.
Historic Monuments, ed. , v.

Historic Monuments, ed. , v.

This guide provides historical and anecdotal information about selected major historic monuments and sites in each of the fifty states.

How Do Animals Communicate?, ed. , v.
How Do Animals Communicate?, ed. , v.

How Do Animals Communicate?, ed. , v.

This book introduces young readers to the myriad ways in which the assorted members of the animal kingdom communicate.

How Do Animals Hunt and Feed?, ed. , v.
How Do Animals Hunt and Feed?, ed. , v.

How Do Animals Hunt and Feed?, ed. , v.

In this book, readers will learn all about how different animal groups forage for food, creating various food chains that allow diverse creatures to thrive.

How Have Animals Evolved and Adapted?, ed. , v.
How Have Animals Evolved and Adapted?, ed. , v.

How Have Animals Evolved and Adapted?, ed. , v.

In this book, readers learn that living organisms must adapt to survive as their surroundings change. By studying the developmental history of everything from single cell organisms to complex vertebrates, readers are presented with the evidence for evolution provided by the fossil record.

How to be a Scientist, ed. , v.
How to be a Scientist, ed. , v.

How to be a Scientist, ed. , v.

This book provides more than 40 simple activities, encouraging curious young readers to find new ways to test ideas, and fun questions, games, and real-life scenarios make scientific concepts fun and relevant.

I Can't Believe It! The Most Amazing Facts About Our Incredible World, ed. , v.
I Can't Believe It! The Most Amazing Facts About Our Incredible World, ed. , v.

I Can't Believe It! The Most Amazing Facts About Our Incredible World, ed. , v.

This book tells kids the things they want to know about our weird and wonderful world. Find out about the biggest star in the universe, how much paper it takes to print the world wide web, how far the average person walks in a lifetime, the world's tiniest camera, and more.

Jupiter, ed. , v.
Jupiter, ed. , v.

Jupiter, ed. , v.

This curriculum-based book teaches young readers about Jupiter as one of the eight planets in our solar system in astronomical terms, providing the fundamental information any student needs to begin their studies in astronomy. Chapters focus on topics such as Jupiter’s orbit and rotation, rings, atmosphere, and moons, as well as on the space missions that have helped us get a closer look at the planet and its moons over the past decades.

Magnificent Experiments with Materials, ed. , v.
Magnificent Experiments with Materials, ed. , v.

Magnificent Experiments with Materials, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the principles behind the science of materials. It offers a hands-on approach to activities using supplies from around the house, such as stacking liquids, slice ice, and build a tower on a base of eggshells, or launch vinegar rockets using the same science behind car engines.

Making Maps, ed. , v.
Making Maps, ed. , v.

Making Maps, ed. , v.

This book allows readers to engage in and expand their understanding of the world around them through a creative, rewarding map-making activity developed with learning and fun in mind! Step-by-step instructions guide them through the simple history and explanation of cartography.

Marine Science in the Real World, ed. , v.
Marine Science in the Real World, ed. , v.

Marine Science in the Real World, ed. , v.

This book examines the history of this branch of science, what marine scientists do today, and what's next for the field in which marine scientists study oceans, ocean plants and animals, and the ocean floor.

Mars, ed. , v.
Mars, ed. , v.

Mars, ed. , v.

This curriculum-based book teaches young readers about the fundamental aspects of the planet Mars, including its size, mass, surface features, interior, orbit, and spin. It also explores the history of the missions to Mars, including the Viking spacecraft and the Curiosity and MAVEN rovers, and why scientists think there’s a chance that Mars is or was suitable for life.

Mathematics in the Real World, ed. , v.
Mathematics in the Real World, ed. , v.

Mathematics in the Real World, ed. , v.

This book looks at the world of mathematics, why it is an intriguing STEM career, and work that scientists in this field have accomplished throughout the years.

Matter Changing States, ed. , v.
Matter Changing States, ed. , v.

Matter Changing States, ed. , v.

In this book, students learn about teeny tiny specks called atoms. Atoms are the tiniest forms of matter, and matter is everything.

Mechanical Engineering in the Real World, ed. , v.
Mechanical Engineering in the Real World, ed. , v.

Mechanical Engineering in the Real World, ed. , v.

This book examines the history of this branch of engineering, what mechanical engineers do today, and what's next for the field in which mechanical engineers design machines to improve transportation, explore the solar system, and save lives.

Mercury, ed. , v.
Mercury, ed. , v.

Mercury, ed. , v.

This curriculum-based book illuminates Mercury for young readers with satellite images, diagrams, and vocabulary boxes. Topics covered include Mercury’s formation, surface, atmosphere, orbit, and rotation, as well as Mariner 10 and Messenger, the unmanned spacecraft that have flown by Mercury and provided more insight into the planet’s features.

Meteorology in the Read World, ed. , v.
Meteorology in the Read World, ed. , v.

Meteorology in the Read World, ed. , v.

This book examines the history of this branch of science, what meteorologists do today, and what's next for the field in which meteorologists predict storms, launch drones into hurricanes, and even study the weather on other planets.

Neptune, ed. , v.
Neptune, ed. , v.

Neptune, ed. , v.

This curriculum-based book teaches young readers the fundamentals of Neptune. They will learn about Neptune’s physical features, its super storms that can reach 1,500 miles per hour, its ring system, the Voyager missions, and its status as one of the gas giants. Includes images directly from NASA and those taken by the Voyager missions themselves.

Notable Notebooks, ed. , v.
Notable Notebooks, ed. , v.

Notable Notebooks, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the many ways in which scientists from Galileo to Jane Goodall have used a science notebook, including to sketch their observations, imagine experiments, record data, or jot down their thoughts. Mini-bios of the diverse featured scientists, as well as illustrations, are also provided.

Out of the Box, ed. , v.
Out of the Box, ed. , v.

Out of the Box, ed. , v.

Supporting STEM education initiatives and the Maker Movement, this book includes 25 interactive cardboard model projects to inspire kids' creativity through engaged and hands-on learning. Projects range from small-scale gifts to large constructions, utilize only recycled materials, including cardboard rolls and boxes, and include clear, step-by-step instructions to show kids how to make dinosaurs, masks, race cars, and more.

Physics in the Real World, ed. , v.
Physics in the Real World, ed. , v.

Physics in the Real World, ed. , v.

This book looks at the world of physics, why it is an intriguing STEM career, and work that scientists in this field have accomplished throughout the years.

Plate Tectonics, ed. , v.
Plate Tectonics, ed. , v.

Plate Tectonics, ed. , v.

This book explores plate tectonics, the movement of the molten rock outer layer of the Earth’s surface, including the borders between two plates that are often the site of earthquakes and volcanoes.

Pluto and Other Dwarf Planets, ed. , v.
Pluto and Other Dwarf Planets, ed. , v.

Pluto and Other Dwarf Planets, ed. , v.

In this curriculum-based book, readers will come to understand what separates a dwarf planet from a planet, or from any of the other bodies found within the solar system. They'll learn about Pluto itself, as well as its fellow dwarf planets, Ceres, Makemake, Haumea, and Eris.

Ready for Action, ed. , v.
Ready for Action, ed. , v.

Ready for Action, ed. , v.

This book discusses how bones and muscles contribute to the healthy function and well-being of the human body

Saturn, ed. , v.
Saturn, ed. , v.

Saturn, ed. , v.

This curriculum-correlated book explores Saturn’s many unusual features, such as rings made of ice, ammonia storms, methane rain, and a density lower than water. Includes images from the Pioneer and Voyager missions in the 1970s and 1980s.

Science Fair Projects About Planet Earth, ed. , v.
Science Fair Projects About Planet Earth, ed. , v.

Science Fair Projects About Planet Earth, ed. , v.

This book features experiments that will help readers unlock the secrets of planet Earth, including why Earth has layers, how continents move, and how we know Earth is round.

Science Fair Projects About Rocks and Minerals, ed. , v.
Science Fair Projects About Rocks and Minerals, ed. , v.

Science Fair Projects About Rocks and Minerals, ed. , v.

This book features experiments that will help readers unlock the secrets of rocks and minerals, including how sedimentary rock is different from metamorphic rock, what is in soil, and what minerals can be found at home.

Science Fair Projects About Water and Soil, ed. , v.
Science Fair Projects About Water and Soil, ed. , v.

Science Fair Projects About Water and Soil, ed. , v.

This book features experiments that will help readers unlock the secrets of the water and oil. They will find out what an aquifer is, if water ever disappears, and in what type of soil plants grow best.

Science Fair Projects About Weather, ed. , v.
Science Fair Projects About Weather, ed. , v.

Science Fair Projects About Weather, ed. , v.

This book features experiments that will help readers unlock the secrets of weather, including what exactly rain is, what air pressure is, and if rainfall can be measured.

Science Fair Projects About the Atmosphere, ed. , v.
Science Fair Projects About the Atmosphere, ed. , v.

Science Fair Projects About the Atmosphere, ed. , v.

This book features experiments that will help readers unlock the secrets of the atmosphere. They will discover if air has weight, if one can make a cloud, and the reason the sky is blue.

Science Fair Projects About the Sun and Moon, ed. , v.
Science Fair Projects About the Sun and Moon, ed. , v.

Science Fair Projects About the Sun and Moon, ed. , v.

This book features experiments that will help readers unlock the secrets of the sun and moon, including how to get the time or direction by looking at the sun, the colors in sunlight, and why the moon's appearance changes during the month.

Seashore, ed. , v.
Seashore, ed. , v.

Seashore, ed. , v.

This book is for children curious about the seashore and its aquatic life. Explore the beach and find out about shell shapes, what lives in rock pools, and find out the answer to questions such as 'What causes tides?' It includes activities, like making a paper boat, and plenty of fun facts.

Sensing the World, ed. , v.
Sensing the World, ed. , v.

Sensing the World, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the structures of nerve cells, how the eyes work, and many other functions of the nervous system.

Solving Real World Problems with Aerospace Engineering, ed. , v.
Solving Real World Problems with Aerospace Engineering, ed. , v.

Solving Real World Problems with Aerospace Engineering, ed. , v.

Explores the world of aerospace engineering. The history of aerial navigation is covered, noting key milestones in flight and outer space exploration. Also covered are the crucial technologies humanity has gotten out of aerospace engineering, such as weather satellites and GPS navigation.

Solving Real World Problems with Agricultural Engineering, ed. , v.
Solving Real World Problems with Agricultural Engineering, ed. , v.

Solving Real World Problems with Agricultural Engineering, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the importance of agricultural engineering, explaining the ways that agricultural engineers are making a difference in the world and emphasizing the variety of work available in this field. Readers will learn about new and industrious ways engineering can be used to create better seeds and crops, to work with animals, to harness renewable energy, and much more.

Solving Real World Problems with Chemical Engineering, ed. , v.
Solving Real World Problems with Chemical Engineering, ed. , v.

Solving Real World Problems with Chemical Engineering, ed. , v.

This book teaches readers what chemical engineering is and why it’s so important in our daily lives, such as enabling solar panels to promote green energy and the creation of consumer products such as Post-It notes. Readers also learn how chemical engineering has helped in medicine, such as by advancing prosthetics.

Solving Real World Problems with Civil Engineering, ed. , v.
Solving Real World Problems with Civil Engineering, ed. , v.

Solving Real World Problems with Civil Engineering, ed. , v.

This book addresses the job of civil engineers and explains how some of the world’s greatest engineering marvels were built. Students will learn how tunnels such as the English Channel Tunnel are built under water; how dams like the Hoover Dam are built and the purpose they serve a community; and why the Panama Canal was an important improvement to world trade.

Solving Real World Problems with Electrical Engineering, ed. , v.
Solving Real World Problems with Electrical Engineering, ed. , v.

Solving Real World Problems with Electrical Engineering, ed. , v.

This introduction to the field of electrical engineering includes an explanation of electricity and currents, as well as chapters devoted to specific areas. An activity that demonstrates how circuits work helps young readers get a hands-on chance to learn about electrical engineering.

Solving Real World Problems with Environmental and Green Engineering, ed. , v.
Solving Real World Problems with Environmental and Green Engineering, ed. , v.

Solving Real World Problems with Environmental and Green Engineering, ed. , v.

This resource covers recycling, reuse, and renewable energy sources and explains global warming and greenhouse gases and their effects on Earth’s environment. Readers recognize engineers’ solutions to some of today’s environmental problems, including air and water pollution, and urban planning challenges. There is also a hands-on 'engineering in action' activity for readers to learn how to clean up an oil spill.

Solving Real World Problems with Mechanical Engineering, ed. , v.
Solving Real World Problems with Mechanical Engineering, ed. , v.

Solving Real World Problems with Mechanical Engineering, ed. , v.

This text introduces young readers to the machines and engines that power the devices, vehicles, and appliances they encounter on a daily basis. Boxes explain important terms and concepts of mechanics and encourage readers to think critically. The book ends with a guided activity that invites readers to don the hat of a mechanical engineer and build their own windmill.

Solving Real World Problems with Transportation Engineering, ed. , v.
Solving Real World Problems with Transportation Engineering, ed. , v.

Solving Real World Problems with Transportation Engineering, ed. , v.

Explores a world many young people—and people in general—seldom consider: how transportation engineers help to ensure people and materials move smoothly throughout our complex world. Readers are introduced to real-world problems and their engineering solutions.

Sports Science and Technology in the Real World, ed. , v.
Sports Science and Technology in the Real World, ed. , v.

Sports Science and Technology in the Real World, ed. , v.

This book examines the history of these branches of science and engineering, what sports scientists and engineers do today, and what's next for these fields in which sports scientists and engineers develop new equipment, improve athletic performance, and keep players safe from injury.

Super Earth Encyclopedia, ed. , v.
Super Earth Encyclopedia, ed. , v.

Super Earth Encyclopedia, ed. , v.

This book gives an enthralling insight into the planet Earth. As well as showcasing the extraordinary geological wonders of the world, it probes deeper to explain the making and shaping of Earth.

Super Experiments with Light and Sound, ed. , v.
Super Experiments with Light and Sound, ed. , v.

Super Experiments with Light and Sound, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the principles behind the science of light and sound. It provides an explanation to the properties of light and sound as well as hands-on activities giving readers tangible examples, including focusing light to pop balloons and talking to friends over plastic cup telephones.

The Carbon Cycle, ed. , v.
The Carbon Cycle, ed. , v.

The Carbon Cycle, ed. , v.

This book explores the carbon cycle, including what carbon is, the places where it is found, and how it is exchanged. It shares insight into how human activity affects the carbon cycle in nature.

The Equator, ed. , v.
The Equator, ed. , v.

The Equator, ed. , v.

This book will expand young readers comprehension why 'the Earth is wearing a belt', an age-old visual device teachers have used to explain the equator. With an understanding of the equator comes a grasping of the rotation of the Earth, climate, weather, and many other age-appropriate science concepts.

The Nitrogen Cycle, ed. , v.
The Nitrogen Cycle, ed. , v.

The Nitrogen Cycle, ed. , v.

This book explores the nitrogen cycle, including why nitrogen is an essential nutrient for growth, where nitrogen is found, and the important role legumes play in the nitrogen cycle.

The North Pole, ed. , v.
The North Pole, ed. , v.

The North Pole, ed. , v.

This book presents the geography and science of the North Pole polar region. The fascinating history of the remarkable explorers of this frigid landscape is also included in the main text, introducing a part of history that’s sure to inspire!

The Rock Cycle, ed. , v.
The Rock Cycle, ed. , v.

The Rock Cycle, ed. , v.

This book explores the rock cycle, a story millions of years in the making. It covers metamorphic, magma and igneous rock, and sedimentary rock, and the story of how rock is constantly forming, wearing down, and forming again.

The Science of Baseball, ed. , v.
The Science of Baseball, ed. , v.

The Science of Baseball, ed. , v.

In this book, readers make connections between the worlds of science, technology, engineering, and math as they relate to baseball.

The Science of Basketball, ed. , v.
The Science of Basketball, ed. , v.

The Science of Basketball, ed. , v.

In this book, readers make connections between the worlds of science, technology, engineering, and math as they relate to basketball.

The Science of Electricity, ed. , v.
The Science of Electricity, ed. , v.

The Science of Electricity, ed. , v.

This book takes a look at how electricity travels, how it is stored in batteries, and the different types of power plants that produce the electricity needed to light our homes, schools, and businesses.

The Science of Football, ed. , v.
The Science of Football, ed. , v.

The Science of Football, ed. , v.

In this book, readers make connections between the worlds of science, technology, engineering, and math as they relate to football.

The Science of Forces, ed. , v.
The Science of Forces, ed. , v.

The Science of Forces, ed. , v.

This book explores the various forces -- such as friction and other laws of motion -- that move everything around us.

The Science of Gymnastics, ed. , v.
The Science of Gymnastics, ed. , v.

The Science of Gymnastics, ed. , v.

In this book, readers make connections between the worlds of science, technology, engineering, and math as they relate to gymnastics.

The Science of Heat, ed. , v.
The Science of Heat, ed. , v.

The Science of Heat, ed. , v.

This book helps readers understand how heat changes matter, what causes things to burn, and how these changes impact a vast number of objects in our world.

The Science of Hockey, ed. , v.
The Science of Hockey, ed. , v.

The Science of Hockey, ed. , v.

In this book, readers make connections between the worlds of science, technology, engineering, and math as they relate to hockey.

The Science of Light, ed. , v.
The Science of Light, ed. , v.

The Science of Light, ed. , v.

This book takes a look at the science behind the creation, travel, and appearance of light.

The Science of Magnetism, ed. , v.
The Science of Magnetism, ed. , v.

The Science of Magnetism, ed. , v.

This book explores how magnets work, showing readers how the pushes and pulls of magnetic force impact both our planet and everyday lives.

The Science of Soccer, ed. , v.
The Science of Soccer, ed. , v.

The Science of Soccer, ed. , v.

In this book, readers make connections between the worlds of science, technology, engineering, and math as they relate to soccer.

The Science of Sound, ed. , v.
The Science of Sound, ed. , v.

The Science of Sound, ed. , v.

This book shows readers what sound is, how it travels, and how our ears understand the sounds that surround us all.

The Science of the Brain, ed. , v.
The Science of the Brain, ed. , v.

The Science of the Brain, ed. , v.

This book explores the human brain using clean, simple flowcharts to break down difficult concepts into accessible chunks. Each chapter condenses key concepts into flowcharts to help readers retain essential information.

The Science of the Digestive System, ed. , v.
The Science of the Digestive System, ed. , v.

The Science of the Digestive System, ed. , v.

This book gives readers an inside look at the human digestive system, an essential bodily process. Flowcharts reiterate key concepts at the end of each chapter, allowing readers to visualize and retain complex information in a fun way.

The Science of the Heart and Circulatory System, ed. , v.
The Science of the Heart and Circulatory System, ed. , v.

The Science of the Heart and Circulatory System, ed. , v.

This book gives readers an inside look at the human heart and circulatory system. Clean, simple flowcharts located at the end of each chapter break down complex processes into bite-sized information.

The Science of the Lungs and Respiratory System, ed. , v.
The Science of the Lungs and Respiratory System, ed. , v.

The Science of the Lungs and Respiratory System, ed. , v.

This book gives readers an inside look at the human lungs and respiratory system. Fun, easy-to-follow flowcharts summarize key concepts at the end of each chapter, ensuring that readers can visualize and retain essential information.

The Science of the Senses, ed. , v.
The Science of the Senses, ed. , v.

The Science of the Senses, ed. , v.

This book gives readers an inside look at how the five senses, taste, touch, sight, hearing, and smell, help us navigate the world, process information about our surroundings, and stimulate responses in our bodies. Each chapter recaps essential information through clean, simple flowcharts.

The Science of the Skeleton and Muscles, ed. , v.
The Science of the Skeleton and Muscles, ed. , v.

The Science of the Skeleton and Muscles, ed. , v.

This book gives readers an inside look at how bones and muscles work together to support the human body and enable its many movements. Fun graphics and easy-to-comprehend language makes this important topic accessible to all readers.

The South Pole, ed. , v.
The South Pole, ed. , v.

The South Pole, ed. , v.

This book presents the cartography and earth science of the South Pole polar region. It is dedicated to the fascinating history of the brave explorers of this icy landscape, a part of history that is sure to impress all elementary readers!

The Water Cycle, ed. , v.
The Water Cycle, ed. , v.

The Water Cycle, ed. , v.

This book explores the flow of water through the water cycle, identifying such steps as evaporation from puddles and condensation found in clouds or fog. It also shares opportunities to observe the powerful movement of water.

Think Like an Engineer, ed. , v.
Think Like an Engineer, ed. , v.

Think Like an Engineer, ed. , v.

This book explores the ways engineers solve problems, learn about some engineering feats, and find out whether you may also think like an engineer.

Understanding Coding with Hopscotch, ed. , v.
Understanding Coding with Hopscotch, ed. , v.

Understanding Coding with Hopscotch, ed. , v.

This book will show readers how to code with the program Hopscotch. Instead of lines of text, Hopscotch provides users with colorful, stackable blocks to create animations, games, and more. These elements come together to help readers grasp the logic and STEM concepts involved with coding.

Understanding Coding with Lego Mindstorms™, ed. , v.
Understanding Coding with Lego Mindstorms™, ed. , v.

Understanding Coding with Lego Mindstorms™, ed. , v.

More than just toy building blocks, Lego Mindstorms™ buildable, programmable robot sets allow users to familiarize themselves with manipulating and customizing computer hardware and software. In this book, readers will learn what it takes to be a Mindstorms™ builder and programmer.

Understanding Coding with Lego WeDo™, ed. , v.
Understanding Coding with Lego WeDo™, ed. , v.

Understanding Coding with Lego WeDo™, ed. , v.

Much like its older brother, Lego Mindstorms™, Lego WeDo™ kits offer young engineers the chance to design and program creations all by themselves. In this book, readers will learn what it takes to be a WeDo™ builder and programmer.

Understanding Coding with Minecraft™, ed. , v.
Understanding Coding with Minecraft™, ed. , v.

Understanding Coding with Minecraft™, ed. , v.

In this book, readers learn the logic and technology behind coding with Minecraft™.

Understanding Coding with Python, ed. , v.
Understanding Coding with Python, ed. , v.

Understanding Coding with Python, ed. , v.

In this book, readers learn the logic and technology behind coding with Python.

Understanding Coding with Raspberry Pi™, ed. , v.
Understanding Coding with Raspberry Pi™, ed. , v.

Understanding Coding with Raspberry Pi™, ed. , v.

In this book, readers will learn the history of Raspberry Pi™--a tiny single-board computer for budding computer scientists to experiment with--and gain a basic understanding of computer programming.

Understanding Coding with Ruby, ed. , v.
Understanding Coding with Ruby, ed. , v.

Understanding Coding with Ruby, ed. , v.

In this book, readers will learn the ins and outs of coding with Ruby, including why using 'blocks of text' and mostly plain English text makes it an ideal program for ease of use.

Understanding Coding with Scratch, ed. , v.
Understanding Coding with Scratch, ed. , v.

Understanding Coding with Scratch, ed. , v.

In this book, readers will learn the logic and technology behind coding with Scratch.

Understanding Credit and Debit, ed. , v.
Understanding Credit and Debit, ed. , v.

Understanding Credit and Debit, ed. , v.

This book explores the concept of borrowing money and paying interest, breaking down credit, loans, interest, and debt to help readers understand one of the hardest financial areas to manage long before they truly need the help.

Understanding Income and Savings, ed. , v.
Understanding Income and Savings, ed. , v.

Understanding Income and Savings, ed. , v.

This book explores what is perhaps the most difficult financial decision anyone makes when money is involved: spend or save the birthday money from Grandma or the money made from a paper route. It covers the most basic concepts of money, including income, budgets, and taxes, as well as the many ways one can save money for long-term goals such as retirement.

Understanding Stocks and Investing, ed. , v.
Understanding Stocks and Investing, ed. , v.

Understanding Stocks and Investing, ed. , v.

This book introduces the topic of stocks and bonds, including the risks of investment. It covers how your money is invested in stocks and how to determine what company they own a part of and how to define a stock.

Uranus, ed. , v.
Uranus, ed. , v.

Uranus, ed. , v.

This curriculum-based book gives readers insight into Uranus, from its discovery in 1781 to the latest insights about it gained from satellite images, explaining its features, conditions, rings, and moons.

Venus, ed. , v.
Venus, ed. , v.

Venus, ed. , v.

This curriculum-based book takes a close look at Venus and shows young people just how different our neighboring planet is from our own. Known as the hottest planet, Venus is an example of the greenhouse effect to the extreme. Young readers will take a tour beneath the sulfur dioxide clouds and see the planets surface up close with images taken by the Magellan and the Venus Express missions.

Visual Guide to Grammar and Punctuation, ed. , v.
Visual Guide to Grammar and Punctuation, ed. , v.

Visual Guide to Grammar and Punctuation, ed. , v.

This guide gives children the tools to build confidence in reading, writing, and comprehension through visual explanation, from when to use a preposition or pronoun to how to use a comma or colon.

Volcanic Processes, ed. , v.
Volcanic Processes, ed. , v.

Volcanic Processes, ed. , v.

This book explores the geological structure that makes volcanic activity possible and follow the sequence of events that culminate in an eruption. In addition to eruptions, it also examines other geothermal activities.

Weather, ed. , v.
Weather, ed. , v.

Weather, ed. , v.

This book is for children curious about the weather and why it rains or shines. Discover how a weather forecast is predicted, what makes a rainbow, and how to build your own barometer. It includes activities, like cloud spotting, and plenty of facts.

Weather and Climate, ed. , v.
Weather and Climate, ed. , v.

Weather and Climate, ed. , v.

This book explores the science behind weather and climate and how these forces shape the world around them. It looks at how the combination of different elements, such as temperature and wind, create Earth's weather, and the importance of understanding weather patterns and how they affect various aspects of life.

Weathering and Erosion, ed. , v.
Weathering and Erosion, ed. , v.

Weathering and Erosion, ed. , v.

This book explores the science behind erosion and weathering. It looks at the many forces that impact the shape of the earth, including wind, water, and living creatures.

What Are Computer Networks and the Internet?, ed. , v.
What Are Computer Networks and the Internet?, ed. , v.

What Are Computer Networks and the Internet?, ed. , v.

This book explores the vast communication that allows computers all over the world to share data. Students will discover Wi-Fi, radio waves, telecommunications, and the differences between a wired and wireless network. Readers will learn about the biggest computer network, the internet, and better understand how computers talk to each other to make worldwide communication possible.

What Are Computers?, ed. , v.
What Are Computers?, ed. , v.

What Are Computers?, ed. , v.

This book is a perfect resource for young readers interested in everything to do with computers. They will learn how computer technology has changed and how computers have served different needs in different times.

What Are Crustaceans?, ed. , v.
What Are Crustaceans?, ed. , v.

What Are Crustaceans?, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the needs and roles of different crustaceans. Readers will recognize and expand their knowledge about familiar species like the lobster and the shrimp, while being introduced to the likes of the wood louse and zooplankton.

What Are Fish?, ed. , v.
What Are Fish?, ed. , v.

What Are Fish?, ed. , v.

This book offers readers comparisons between the needs and roles of different types of fish. Readers will learn that fish have a distinct impact on their ecosystem and will see how fish survive when well-adapted to an uncompromised environment.

What Are Hardware and Software?, ed. , v.
What Are Hardware and Software?, ed. , v.

What Are Hardware and Software?, ed. , v.

This book explains to young readers how hardware and software work together, and describes how writing code creates software and programs. These are concepts that every young reader will need to know to understand the basics of how computer technology works.

What Are Igneous Rocks?, ed. , v.
What Are Igneous Rocks?, ed. , v.

What Are Igneous Rocks?, ed. , v.

This book presents readers with all the ways igneous rock can form, as well as the names and full-color photographs of some of the most common types.

What Are Metamorphic Rocks?, ed. , v.
What Are Metamorphic Rocks?, ed. , v.

What Are Metamorphic Rocks?, ed. , v.

This book presents readers with the basics of metamorphic rock, including how to tell the difference between foliated and non-foliated varieties.

What Are Minerals?, ed. , v.
What Are Minerals?, ed. , v.

What Are Minerals?, ed. , v.

This book teaches students the difference between minerals and rocks, how minerals form, and how minerals are structured.

What Are Mollusks?, ed. , v.
What Are Mollusks?, ed. , v.

What Are Mollusks?, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the needs and roles of mollusks. Readers will learn about the unique contribution oysters, squid, and slugs, all of which are different classes of mollusks, make to their habitats.

What Are Sea Invertebrates?, ed. , v.
What Are Sea Invertebrates?, ed. , v.

What Are Sea Invertebrates?, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the most common sea invertebrates. Sea invertebrates include crustaceans, mollusks, jellyfish, and a host of other sea creatures that are integral to marine ecosystems and have important uses for humans, too.

What Are Sea Mammals?, ed. , v.
What Are Sea Mammals?, ed. , v.

What Are Sea Mammals?, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to sea mammals, showing them how they survive the depths of the cold, populous oceans. It examines the adaptive features and diets of marine mammals, and explored their distinct methods of reproduction and nurturing.

What Are Sea Plants and Algae?, ed. , v.
What Are Sea Plants and Algae?, ed. , v.

What Are Sea Plants and Algae?, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to sea plants and algae, explaining how they provide nutrients to animals that eat them and creates oxygen for humans and animals to breathe. It covers the diversity of marine plants and algae that exist as well as the processes they undergo to grow and thrive.

What Are Sedimentary Rocks?, ed. , v.
What Are Sedimentary Rocks?, ed. , v.

What Are Sedimentary Rocks?, ed. , v.

This book teaches students about the rocks that make up Earth’s crust, presenting a simple but full overview of the formation of sedimentary rock. Full-color photographs display common types of sedimentary rock, including sandstone, shale, and breccia.

What Is Animal Behavior?, ed. , v.
What Is Animal Behavior?, ed. , v.

What Is Animal Behavior?, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to how and why animals behave in the mysterious ways they do. The text explains behaviors such as mating rituals and raising young, methods of hunting, which animals hibernate, which are nocturnal, and the social patterns of different species, among other things.

What Is Animal Camouflage?, ed. , v.
What Is Animal Camouflage?, ed. , v.

What Is Animal Camouflage?, ed. , v.

This book shows how animals trick the eye by hiding in plain sight by changing their skin texture and color, covering themselves up, or even mimicking other plants and animals.

What Is Animal Migration?, ed. , v.
What Is Animal Migration?, ed. , v.

What Is Animal Migration?, ed. , v.

In this book, readers will learn how air, land, and water migration differ, what landmarks and senses animals rely on to get them from place to place, and why migration is essential for survival.

What Is Chemical Energy?, ed. , v.
What Is Chemical Energy?, ed. , v.

What Is Chemical Energy?, ed. , v.

This book lays the foundation for young readers to understand the form of energy that holds together the atoms in all molecules: chemical energy.

What Is Cybersecurity?, ed. , v.
What Is Cybersecurity?, ed. , v.

What Is Cybersecurity?, ed. , v.

This book will introduce readers to different types of online threats, including viruses and malware. They will learn how different dangers spread and some basic steps to stop or prevent them. Additionally, this book will illuminate the scary consequences of falling prey to those threats, such as having personal information stolen or deleted, and cyberstalking.

What Is Electrical Energy?, ed. , v.
What Is Electrical Energy?, ed. , v.

What Is Electrical Energy?, ed. , v.

This book lays the foundation for young readers to develop an understanding of how electrical energy is created and why it is important to their daily lives. They will also discover how scientists and inventors have harnessed this particular form of energy in order to power the world.

What Is Erosion?, ed. , v.
What Is Erosion?, ed. , v.

What Is Erosion?, ed. , v.

This book teaches readers the specifics of how erosion happens and its place in the rock cycle. Full-color photographs showcase the amazing results of erosion from around the world, including waterfalls, canyons, and coastlines.

What Is Heat Energy?, ed. , v.
What Is Heat Energy?, ed. , v.

What Is Heat Energy?, ed. , v.

This book explains the world of heat energy: what heat energy is, how it is formed and measured, and its impact in our world daily. Everyone has felt the encompassing embrace of warmth from the sun as we lift our faces upward.

What Is Light Energy?, ed. , v.
What Is Light Energy?, ed. , v.

What Is Light Energy?, ed. , v.

This book explains that energy from the sun sustains life on Earth. Young readers will learn about the properties of light, what wavelengths are, the relationship between light and color, and how reflected light enables us to see things.

What Is Mechanical Energy?, ed. , v.
What Is Mechanical Energy?, ed. , v.

What Is Mechanical Energy?, ed. , v.

This book introduces young readers to mechanical energy, explaining basic concepts such as potential and kinetic energy. Learn how mechanical energy has been harnessed in inventive ways over the course of history. Readers discover different sources of mechanical energy and how it can be transformed through real-world examples.

What Is Sound Energy?, ed. , v.
What Is Sound Energy?, ed. , v.

What Is Sound Energy?, ed. , v.

This book introduces young readers to sound energy. The uses of sound energy in various fields will be explored and readers will learn how the physical movement of objects creates sound, as well as the qualities of sound and how they vary, and are received.

What Is the Rock Cycle?, ed. , v.
What Is the Rock Cycle?, ed. , v.

What Is the Rock Cycle?, ed. , v.

This book teaches students how to break down the rock cycle step by step, including brief explanations of the three kinds of rocks, erosion, and many key terms.

What Tasks Can Computers Perform?, ed. , v.
What Tasks Can Computers Perform?, ed. , v.

What Tasks Can Computers Perform?, ed. , v.

This book explores a wide variety of tasks computers perform, from running video games to controlling the International Space Station to helping students learn to read, write, and do math. While students may have limited exposure to what computers do in their own lives, they will be inspired to learn that there is so much more to these machines than they have imagined.

Where on Earth? Atlas, ed. , v.
Where on Earth? Atlas, ed. , v.

Where on Earth? Atlas, ed. , v.

Explores each continent in detail, with topic maps on major geographical features, cities and monuments, population, wildlife, and more. Includes map keys, special fact sections, and a gazetteer of facts and figures that profiles each country in detail.

Woodland and Forests, ed. , v.
Woodland and Forests, ed. , v.

Woodland and Forests, ed. , v.

This book is for children curious about nature and keen to explore the world of trees, leaves, and woodland animals. It covers facts about fun topics like bark and buds, cold coniferous forests, dry deciduous woodland, and tropical rain forests, and includes activities like bark rubbing and leave identification.

Education

Visual Guide to Grammar and Punctuation, ed. , v.
Visual Guide to Grammar and Punctuation, ed. , v.

Visual Guide to Grammar and Punctuation, ed. , v.

This guide gives children the tools to build confidence in reading, writing, and comprehension through visual explanation, from when to use a preposition or pronoun to how to use a comma or colon.

Environment

Animal Groups, ed. , v.
Animal Groups, ed. , v.

Animal Groups, ed. , v.

This book explores animals that survive and thrive in groups. Lions, bees, and meerkats are covered. It examines how group members help each other face life’s challenges from finding food to raising young.

Animal Senses, ed. , v.
Animal Senses, ed. , v.

Animal Senses, ed. , v.

This book explores how animals interact with the world through their senses since, unlike humans, many animals use their senses in truly unique ways to communicate, reproduce, and survive.

Birds, ed. , v.
Birds, ed. , v.

Birds, ed. , v.

This book is for children curious about birds and keen to explore the world of ornithology. Explore the skies and find out all about various types of birds, from birds of prey to tropical birds, and how a bird makes its nest. It includes activities, including how to make a bird feeder, and plenty of fun facts.

Children's Illustrated Animal Atlas, ed. , v.
Children's Illustrated Animal Atlas, ed. , v.

Children's Illustrated Animal Atlas, ed. , v.

This children’s atlas shows key animal habitats and locations around the world. Photographs highlight each continent's most iconic animals and colorful graphics show the animals, plants, and habitats found within each country. Habitats are introduced and explained, from the mountains and deserts to the grasslands and tropical rain forests, including where the habitats are found, what the climate is like, and what plants and animals live in them.

How Do Animals Communicate?, ed. , v.
How Do Animals Communicate?, ed. , v.

How Do Animals Communicate?, ed. , v.

This book introduces young readers to the myriad ways in which the assorted members of the animal kingdom communicate.

How Do Animals Hunt and Feed?, ed. , v.
How Do Animals Hunt and Feed?, ed. , v.

How Do Animals Hunt and Feed?, ed. , v.

In this book, readers will learn all about how different animal groups forage for food, creating various food chains that allow diverse creatures to thrive.

How Have Animals Evolved and Adapted?, ed. , v.
How Have Animals Evolved and Adapted?, ed. , v.

How Have Animals Evolved and Adapted?, ed. , v.

In this book, readers learn that living organisms must adapt to survive as their surroundings change. By studying the developmental history of everything from single cell organisms to complex vertebrates, readers are presented with the evidence for evolution provided by the fossil record.

Seashore, ed. , v.
Seashore, ed. , v.

Seashore, ed. , v.

This book is for children curious about the seashore and its aquatic life. Explore the beach and find out about shell shapes, what lives in rock pools, and find out the answer to questions such as 'What causes tides?' It includes activities, like making a paper boat, and plenty of fun facts.

Solving Real World Problems with Environmental and Green Engineering, ed. , v.
Solving Real World Problems with Environmental and Green Engineering, ed. , v.

Solving Real World Problems with Environmental and Green Engineering, ed. , v.

This resource covers recycling, reuse, and renewable energy sources and explains global warming and greenhouse gases and their effects on Earth’s environment. Readers recognize engineers’ solutions to some of today’s environmental problems, including air and water pollution, and urban planning challenges. There is also a hands-on 'engineering in action' activity for readers to learn how to clean up an oil spill.

Weather, ed. , v.
Weather, ed. , v.

Weather, ed. , v.

This book is for children curious about the weather and why it rains or shines. Discover how a weather forecast is predicted, what makes a rainbow, and how to build your own barometer. It includes activities, like cloud spotting, and plenty of facts.

What Are Crustaceans?, ed. , v.
What Are Crustaceans?, ed. , v.

What Are Crustaceans?, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the needs and roles of different crustaceans. Readers will recognize and expand their knowledge about familiar species like the lobster and the shrimp, while being introduced to the likes of the wood louse and zooplankton.

What Are Fish?, ed. , v.
What Are Fish?, ed. , v.

What Are Fish?, ed. , v.

This book offers readers comparisons between the needs and roles of different types of fish. Readers will learn that fish have a distinct impact on their ecosystem and will see how fish survive when well-adapted to an uncompromised environment.

What Are Mollusks?, ed. , v.
What Are Mollusks?, ed. , v.

What Are Mollusks?, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the needs and roles of mollusks. Readers will learn about the unique contribution oysters, squid, and slugs, all of which are different classes of mollusks, make to their habitats.

What Are Sea Invertebrates?, ed. , v.
What Are Sea Invertebrates?, ed. , v.

What Are Sea Invertebrates?, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the most common sea invertebrates. Sea invertebrates include crustaceans, mollusks, jellyfish, and a host of other sea creatures that are integral to marine ecosystems and have important uses for humans, too.

What Are Sea Mammals?, ed. , v.
What Are Sea Mammals?, ed. , v.

What Are Sea Mammals?, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to sea mammals, showing them how they survive the depths of the cold, populous oceans. It examines the adaptive features and diets of marine mammals, and explored their distinct methods of reproduction and nurturing.

What Are Sea Plants and Algae?, ed. , v.
What Are Sea Plants and Algae?, ed. , v.

What Are Sea Plants and Algae?, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to sea plants and algae, explaining how they provide nutrients to animals that eat them and creates oxygen for humans and animals to breathe. It covers the diversity of marine plants and algae that exist as well as the processes they undergo to grow and thrive.

What Is Animal Behavior?, ed. , v.
What Is Animal Behavior?, ed. , v.

What Is Animal Behavior?, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to how and why animals behave in the mysterious ways they do. The text explains behaviors such as mating rituals and raising young, methods of hunting, which animals hibernate, which are nocturnal, and the social patterns of different species, among other things.

What Is Animal Camouflage?, ed. , v.
What Is Animal Camouflage?, ed. , v.

What Is Animal Camouflage?, ed. , v.

This book shows how animals trick the eye by hiding in plain sight by changing their skin texture and color, covering themselves up, or even mimicking other plants and animals.

What Is Animal Migration?, ed. , v.
What Is Animal Migration?, ed. , v.

What Is Animal Migration?, ed. , v.

In this book, readers will learn how air, land, and water migration differ, what landmarks and senses animals rely on to get them from place to place, and why migration is essential for survival.

Woodland and Forests, ed. , v.
Woodland and Forests, ed. , v.

Woodland and Forests, ed. , v.

This book is for children curious about nature and keen to explore the world of trees, leaves, and woodland animals. It covers facts about fun topics like bark and buds, cold coniferous forests, dry deciduous woodland, and tropical rain forests, and includes activities like bark rubbing and leave identification.

General Reference

100 Events That Made History, ed. , v.
100 Events That Made History, ed. , v.

100 Events That Made History, ed. , v.

Divided into five chapters: Momentous Moments, Battling It Out, Weird or What?, Nasty Nature, and The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, major moments that have changed the course of history are showcased together with minor incidents to give context to each event.

Children's Illustrated Thesaurus, ed. , v.
Children's Illustrated Thesaurus, ed. , v.

Children's Illustrated Thesaurus, ed. , v.

A comprehensive, illustrated thesaurus created specifically for young readers and writers, with more than 4,000 entries and authoritative content. The entries are arranged alphabetically and include definitions and sample sentences to help kids understand the meaning and usage of words in context, and antonym features present another layer of vocabulary for children to enjoy.

Children's Illustrated World Atlas, ed. , v.
Children's Illustrated World Atlas, ed. , v.

Children's Illustrated World Atlas, ed. , v.

A comprehensive, illustrated world atlas created specifically for young readers. Using stunning modern mapping, based on the latest seamless, cloud-free satellite image data together with facts, maps, satellite images, and local stories, this atlas is a global yet personal experience.

Food Like Mine, ed. , v.
Food Like Mine, ed. , v.

Food Like Mine, ed. , v.

This book provides a touching celebration of children from all over the world and the food they eat, featuring more than 20 easy-to-follow recipes.

I Can't Believe It! The Most Amazing Facts About Our Incredible World, ed. , v.
I Can't Believe It! The Most Amazing Facts About Our Incredible World, ed. , v.

I Can't Believe It! The Most Amazing Facts About Our Incredible World, ed. , v.

This book tells kids the things they want to know about our weird and wonderful world. Find out about the biggest star in the universe, how much paper it takes to print the world wide web, how far the average person walks in a lifetime, the world's tiniest camera, and more.

Out of the Box, ed. , v.
Out of the Box, ed. , v.

Out of the Box, ed. , v.

Supporting STEM education initiatives and the Maker Movement, this book includes 25 interactive cardboard model projects to inspire kids' creativity through engaged and hands-on learning. Projects range from small-scale gifts to large constructions, utilize only recycled materials, including cardboard rolls and boxes, and include clear, step-by-step instructions to show kids how to make dinosaurs, masks, race cars, and more.

Understanding Credit and Debit, ed. , v.
Understanding Credit and Debit, ed. , v.

Understanding Credit and Debit, ed. , v.

This book explores the concept of borrowing money and paying interest, breaking down credit, loans, interest, and debt to help readers understand one of the hardest financial areas to manage long before they truly need the help.

Understanding Income and Savings, ed. , v.
Understanding Income and Savings, ed. , v.

Understanding Income and Savings, ed. , v.

This book explores what is perhaps the most difficult financial decision anyone makes when money is involved: spend or save the birthday money from Grandma or the money made from a paper route. It covers the most basic concepts of money, including income, budgets, and taxes, as well as the many ways one can save money for long-term goals such as retirement.

Understanding Stocks and Investing, ed. , v.
Understanding Stocks and Investing, ed. , v.

Understanding Stocks and Investing, ed. , v.

This book introduces the topic of stocks and bonds, including the risks of investment. It covers how your money is invested in stocks and how to determine what company they own a part of and how to define a stock.

History

100 Events That Made History, ed. , v.
100 Events That Made History, ed. , v.

100 Events That Made History, ed. , v.

Divided into five chapters: Momentous Moments, Battling It Out, Weird or What?, Nasty Nature, and The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, major moments that have changed the course of history are showcased together with minor incidents to give context to each event.

Medicine

Fighting Illness and Injury, ed. , v.
Fighting Illness and Injury, ed. , v.

Fighting Illness and Injury, ed. , v.

This book describes the processes of the immune system, and discusses some of the details of this system, such as fighting infection and how broken bones heal.

Fit and Healthy, ed. , v.
Fit and Healthy, ed. , v.

Fit and Healthy, ed. , v.

This book provides readers with information on how the heart, lungs, and hormones contribute to the health and well-being of the human body.

Fueling the Body, ed. , v.
Fueling the Body, ed. , v.

Fueling the Body, ed. , v.

This book discusses nutrition and digestion, and how they contribute to the health and well-being of the human body.

Growth and Development, ed. , v.
Growth and Development, ed. , v.

Growth and Development, ed. , v.

This book discusses how cells and DNA assist in the growth and development of the human body.

Ready for Action, ed. , v.
Ready for Action, ed. , v.

Ready for Action, ed. , v.

This book discusses how bones and muscles contribute to the healthy function and well-being of the human body

Sensing the World, ed. , v.
Sensing the World, ed. , v.

Sensing the World, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the structures of nerve cells, how the eyes work, and many other functions of the nervous system.

Nation and World

Birds, ed. , v.
Birds, ed. , v.

Birds, ed. , v.

This guide provides scientific and anecdotal information about each of the fifty states' official state bird.

Capitals, ed. , v.
Capitals, ed. , v.

Capitals, ed. , v.

This guide provides historical and anecdotal information about each of the fifty states' official state capital cities, including their capitol buildings.

Dallas, ed. , v.
Dallas, ed. , v.

Dallas, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the city of Dallas, Texas. Students learn all about this city’s history, architecture, sports teams, places to visit, and other fascinating facts.

Flags, ed. , v.
Flags, ed. , v.

Flags, ed. , v.

This guide provides historical and anecdotal information about each of the fifty states' official state flags, including the inspiration of the design.

Flowers, ed. , v.
Flowers, ed. , v.

Flowers, ed. , v.

This guide provides scientific and anecdotal information about each of the fifty states' official state flower and the processes used to select it.

Historic Monuments, ed. , v.
Historic Monuments, ed. , v.

Historic Monuments, ed. , v.

This guide provides historical and anecdotal information about selected major historic monuments and sites in each of the fifty states.

Where on Earth? Atlas, ed. , v.
Where on Earth? Atlas, ed. , v.

Where on Earth? Atlas, ed. , v.

Explores each continent in detail, with topic maps on major geographical features, cities and monuments, population, wildlife, and more. Includes map keys, special fact sections, and a gazetteer of facts and figures that profiles each country in detail.

Science

A Kid's Book of Experiments with Animals, ed. , v.
A Kid's Book of Experiments with Animals, ed. , v.

A Kid's Book of Experiments with Animals, ed. , v.

This book features kid-accessible experiments that examine animal behavior.

A Kid's Book of Experiments with Color, ed. , v.
A Kid's Book of Experiments with Color, ed. , v.

A Kid's Book of Experiments with Color, ed. , v.

This book features kid-accessible experiments that will help them gain a deeper understanding of color theory by mixing colors and subtracting colors using filters and pigments.

A Kid's Book of Experiments with Light, ed. , v.
A Kid's Book of Experiments with Light, ed. , v.

A Kid's Book of Experiments with Light, ed. , v.

This book features kid-accessible experiments that explore the properties of light, including refraction, reflection, and how light travels.

A Kid's Book of Experiments with Sound, ed. , v.
A Kid's Book of Experiments with Sound, ed. , v.

A Kid's Book of Experiments with Sound, ed. , v.

This book features kid-accessible experiments that explore the scientific principles of sound, which include finding out what kinds of matter conduct sound, locating the sources of sound, and matching vibrations.

A Kid's Book of Experiments with Stars, ed. , v.
A Kid's Book of Experiments with Stars, ed. , v.

A Kid's Book of Experiments with Stars, ed. , v.

This book features kid-accessible experiments that explore constellations, the Sun, and the Moon.

A Kid's Book of Experiments with Time, ed. , v.
A Kid's Book of Experiments with Time, ed. , v.

A Kid's Book of Experiments with Time, ed. , v.

This book features kid-accessible experiments that explore the intricacies of time, including how it is measured and how it affects everyday life.

Animal Groups, ed. , v.
Animal Groups, ed. , v.

Animal Groups, ed. , v.

This book explores animals that survive and thrive in groups. Lions, bees, and meerkats are covered. It examines how group members help each other face life’s challenges from finding food to raising young.

Animal Senses, ed. , v.
Animal Senses, ed. , v.

Animal Senses, ed. , v.

This book explores how animals interact with the world through their senses since, unlike humans, many animals use their senses in truly unique ways to communicate, reproduce, and survive.

Anthropologists at Work, ed. , v.
Anthropologists at Work, ed. , v.

Anthropologists at Work, ed. , v.

This book provides an introduction to the field of anthropology. Readers will learn of the various branches of anthropology, including archaeology and biological anthropology, and how anthropologists of different disciplines collaborate to shed light on the mysteries of times past.

Astronauts Explore the Galaxy, ed. , v.
Astronauts Explore the Galaxy, ed. , v.

Astronauts Explore the Galaxy, ed. , v.

This book discusses what life is like for astronauts in space—what they eat, how they sleep, how they work, and the training involved to become an astronaut.

Astronomers at Work, ed. , v.
Astronomers at Work, ed. , v.

Astronomers at Work, ed. , v.

This book provides an introduction to the field of astronomy. The work of astronomers is examined, and the tools of the trade discussed. Recent discoveries and the latest technology are featured, providing the most up-to-date information available.

Awesome Experiments with Living Things, ed. , v.
Awesome Experiments with Living Things, ed. , v.

Awesome Experiments with Living Things, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the science behind plants and other living things through fun hands-on activities. Real-life examples of the same scientific principles at play in each activity will get readers excited about the science at work in their everyday world.

Biologists at Work, ed. , v.
Biologists at Work, ed. , v.

Biologists at Work, ed. , v.

This book will introduce young people to the fascinating world of biologists and the interesting work that they do. Readers will learn about the details of their daily work, including the tools and instruments they use. They will also learn about what kind of schooling is necessary for the job.

Chemists at Work, ed. , v.
Chemists at Work, ed. , v.

Chemists at Work, ed. , v.

This book introduces young people to the basics of chemistry (such as elements and compounds), the various branches of chemistry (including organic chemistry and physical chemistry), and the history of the field. Sidebars introduce key terminology or pose questions that get students to think critically about what they’ve read.

Coding, ed. , v.
Coding, ed. , v.

Coding, ed. , v.

This book explains coding clearly for children with beautiful photography, lively illustrations, and key curriculum information. It is packed with up-to-date information and fun quizzes, while key curriculum text tells children why we use code, how computers use code and covers the history of coding from early computer programming languages to Python and Scratch.

Cool Experiments with Heat and Cold, ed. , v.
Cool Experiments with Heat and Cold, ed. , v.

Cool Experiments with Heat and Cold, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the science behind heat and cold through fun hands-on activities. Real-life applications of the same scientific principles at play in each activity, such as how air pockets in igloos work as insulation, will get readers excited about the science at work in their everyday world.

Earth, ed. , v.
Earth, ed. , v.

Earth, ed. , v.

This curriculum-based book teaches young readers about Earth as one of the eight planets in our solar system in astronomical terms, providing the fundamental information any student needs to begin their studies in astronomy, such as how Earth spins and revolves around the Sun, why its uniquely suitable for life, its physical features, atmosphere, biosphere, moon, its past, future, and more.

Earth's Continents, ed. , v.
Earth's Continents, ed. , v.

Earth's Continents, ed. , v.

This book presents a look at Earth’s continents that young readers are sure to find both informative and interesting. It’s packed with colorful maps that are labeled and explained to foster young readers’ comprehension of this important topic.

Earth's Hemispheres, ed. , v.
Earth's Hemispheres, ed. , v.

Earth's Hemispheres, ed. , v.

This book makes it easy for any reader to develop a solid comprehension of the division of the Earth into hemispheres, which isn’t the easiest concept to teach or grasp. It involves geography, spatial awareness, map-reading abilities, and more.

Energy Exchange, ed. , v.
Energy Exchange, ed. , v.

Energy Exchange, ed. , v.

In this book, students learn about all kinds of energy that power our world and how we can make sure we never run out!

Engineering, ed. , v.
Engineering, ed. , v.

Engineering, ed. , v.

This book opens up the amazing world of engineering for kids with beautiful photography, lively illustrations, and key curriculum information. It features famous engineers, including the Wright brothers to Gustave Eiffel.

Engineers at Work, ed. , v.
Engineers at Work, ed. , v.

Engineers at Work, ed. , v.

This book introduces young people to what engineers do as well as the various branches of the field. Also, it helps young people learn to understand problems and find solutions to them, which is so much of what engineering is all about.

Excellent Experiments with Electricity and Magnetism, ed. , v.
Excellent Experiments with Electricity and Magnetism, ed. , v.

Excellent Experiments with Electricity and Magnetism, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the scientific principles they are applying at home which have real-world applications. It offers a hands-on approach to electricity and magnetism, allowing readers to conduct experiments to answer questions.

Exploring Earth, ed. , v.
Exploring Earth, ed. , v.

Exploring Earth, ed. , v.

This book discusses facts about Earth, including what it is made of, the science behind natural disasters, weather and seasons.

Exploring the Moon, ed. , v.
Exploring the Moon, ed. , v.

Exploring the Moon, ed. , v.

This book discusses facts about the Moon, including its origin, its phases, trips to the Moon, and careers in astronomy.

Exploring the Solar System, ed. , v.
Exploring the Solar System, ed. , v.

Exploring the Solar System, ed. , v.

This book discusses facts about the solar system, including the Sun, planets, comets, asteroids, the Oort Cloud, and the kinds of scientists that study the solar system.

Exploring the Stars, ed. , v.
Exploring the Stars, ed. , v.

Exploring the Stars, ed. , v.

This book discusses facts about stars, including how they are made, what happens when they die, kinds of stars, constellations, and the types of scientists that study stars.

Exploring the Sun, ed. , v.
Exploring the Sun, ed. , v.

Exploring the Sun, ed. , v.

This book discusses facts about the Sun, including its place in the solar system, its birth, what it is made of, its size, why it is yellow, how animals and plants use sunlight, and what kinds of scientists study the Sun.

Fantastic Experiments with Forces, ed. , v.
Fantastic Experiments with Forces, ed. , v.

Fantastic Experiments with Forces, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the scientific principles behind force through fun hands-on activities. Real-life examples of the same forces they are studying at home, such as how tightrope walkers use poles to keep their mass over their center of gravity, get readers excited about these experiments about force.

First Science Encyclopedia, ed. 2, v.
First Science Encyclopedia, ed. 2, v.

First Science Encyclopedia, ed. 2, v.

A first visual reference book for children eager to learn about all things science, it covers many different subjects, from the human body and animals to space and matter. Kids can discover how a flower grows, what's in the air we breathe, and why what goes up must come down. Includes photos, illustrations, quizzes, glossary.

Geologists at Work, ed. , v.
Geologists at Work, ed. , v.

Geologists at Work, ed. , v.

This book will give young students an overview of different geological disciplines, inform them of the everyday problems these scientists must solve, and highlight tools and methods they use. It provides budding young scientists and casual science fans alike a glimpse of geologists at work that is both thrilling and informative.

Heredity, ed. , v.
Heredity, ed. , v.

Heredity, ed. , v.

This book explores why animals, plants, and people look like their parents. It presents heredity, genes, and chromosomes, and how the father of heredity, Gregor Mendel, unlocked the secrets of how living things pass down traits to their children.

How Do Animals Communicate?, ed. , v.
How Do Animals Communicate?, ed. , v.

How Do Animals Communicate?, ed. , v.

This book introduces young readers to the myriad ways in which the assorted members of the animal kingdom communicate.

How Do Animals Hunt and Feed?, ed. , v.
How Do Animals Hunt and Feed?, ed. , v.

How Do Animals Hunt and Feed?, ed. , v.

In this book, readers will learn all about how different animal groups forage for food, creating various food chains that allow diverse creatures to thrive.

How Have Animals Evolved and Adapted?, ed. , v.
How Have Animals Evolved and Adapted?, ed. , v.

How Have Animals Evolved and Adapted?, ed. , v.

In this book, readers learn that living organisms must adapt to survive as their surroundings change. By studying the developmental history of everything from single cell organisms to complex vertebrates, readers are presented with the evidence for evolution provided by the fossil record.

How to be a Scientist, ed. , v.
How to be a Scientist, ed. , v.

How to be a Scientist, ed. , v.

This book provides more than 40 simple activities, encouraging curious young readers to find new ways to test ideas, and fun questions, games, and real-life scenarios make scientific concepts fun and relevant.

Jupiter, ed. , v.
Jupiter, ed. , v.

Jupiter, ed. , v.

This curriculum-based book teaches young readers about Jupiter as one of the eight planets in our solar system in astronomical terms, providing the fundamental information any student needs to begin their studies in astronomy. Chapters focus on topics such as Jupiter’s orbit and rotation, rings, atmosphere, and moons, as well as on the space missions that have helped us get a closer look at the planet and its moons over the past decades.

Magnificent Experiments with Materials, ed. , v.
Magnificent Experiments with Materials, ed. , v.

Magnificent Experiments with Materials, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the principles behind the science of materials. It offers a hands-on approach to activities using supplies from around the house, such as stacking liquids, slice ice, and build a tower on a base of eggshells, or launch vinegar rockets using the same science behind car engines.

Making Maps, ed. , v.
Making Maps, ed. , v.

Making Maps, ed. , v.

This book allows readers to engage in and expand their understanding of the world around them through a creative, rewarding map-making activity developed with learning and fun in mind! Step-by-step instructions guide them through the simple history and explanation of cartography.

Mars, ed. , v.
Mars, ed. , v.

Mars, ed. , v.

This curriculum-based book teaches young readers about the fundamental aspects of the planet Mars, including its size, mass, surface features, interior, orbit, and spin. It also explores the history of the missions to Mars, including the Viking spacecraft and the Curiosity and MAVEN rovers, and why scientists think there’s a chance that Mars is or was suitable for life.

Matter Changing States, ed. , v.
Matter Changing States, ed. , v.

Matter Changing States, ed. , v.

In this book, students learn about teeny tiny specks called atoms. Atoms are the tiniest forms of matter, and matter is everything.

Mercury, ed. , v.
Mercury, ed. , v.

Mercury, ed. , v.

This curriculum-based book illuminates Mercury for young readers with satellite images, diagrams, and vocabulary boxes. Topics covered include Mercury’s formation, surface, atmosphere, orbit, and rotation, as well as Mariner 10 and Messenger, the unmanned spacecraft that have flown by Mercury and provided more insight into the planet’s features.

Neptune, ed. , v.
Neptune, ed. , v.

Neptune, ed. , v.

This curriculum-based book teaches young readers the fundamentals of Neptune. They will learn about Neptune’s physical features, its super storms that can reach 1,500 miles per hour, its ring system, the Voyager missions, and its status as one of the gas giants. Includes images directly from NASA and those taken by the Voyager missions themselves.

Notable Notebooks, ed. , v.
Notable Notebooks, ed. , v.

Notable Notebooks, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the many ways in which scientists from Galileo to Jane Goodall have used a science notebook, including to sketch their observations, imagine experiments, record data, or jot down their thoughts. Mini-bios of the diverse featured scientists, as well as illustrations, are also provided.

Plate Tectonics, ed. , v.
Plate Tectonics, ed. , v.

Plate Tectonics, ed. , v.

This book explores plate tectonics, the movement of the molten rock outer layer of the Earth’s surface, including the borders between two plates that are often the site of earthquakes and volcanoes.

Pluto and Other Dwarf Planets, ed. , v.
Pluto and Other Dwarf Planets, ed. , v.

Pluto and Other Dwarf Planets, ed. , v.

In this curriculum-based book, readers will come to understand what separates a dwarf planet from a planet, or from any of the other bodies found within the solar system. They'll learn about Pluto itself, as well as its fellow dwarf planets, Ceres, Makemake, Haumea, and Eris.

Saturn, ed. , v.
Saturn, ed. , v.

Saturn, ed. , v.

This curriculum-correlated book explores Saturn’s many unusual features, such as rings made of ice, ammonia storms, methane rain, and a density lower than water. Includes images from the Pioneer and Voyager missions in the 1970s and 1980s.

Science Fair Projects About Planet Earth, ed. , v.
Science Fair Projects About Planet Earth, ed. , v.

Science Fair Projects About Planet Earth, ed. , v.

This book features experiments that will help readers unlock the secrets of planet Earth, including why Earth has layers, how continents move, and how we know Earth is round.

Science Fair Projects About Rocks and Minerals, ed. , v.
Science Fair Projects About Rocks and Minerals, ed. , v.

Science Fair Projects About Rocks and Minerals, ed. , v.

This book features experiments that will help readers unlock the secrets of rocks and minerals, including how sedimentary rock is different from metamorphic rock, what is in soil, and what minerals can be found at home.

Science Fair Projects About Water and Soil, ed. , v.
Science Fair Projects About Water and Soil, ed. , v.

Science Fair Projects About Water and Soil, ed. , v.

This book features experiments that will help readers unlock the secrets of the water and oil. They will find out what an aquifer is, if water ever disappears, and in what type of soil plants grow best.

Science Fair Projects About Weather, ed. , v.
Science Fair Projects About Weather, ed. , v.

Science Fair Projects About Weather, ed. , v.

This book features experiments that will help readers unlock the secrets of weather, including what exactly rain is, what air pressure is, and if rainfall can be measured.

Science Fair Projects About the Atmosphere, ed. , v.
Science Fair Projects About the Atmosphere, ed. , v.

Science Fair Projects About the Atmosphere, ed. , v.

This book features experiments that will help readers unlock the secrets of the atmosphere. They will discover if air has weight, if one can make a cloud, and the reason the sky is blue.

Science Fair Projects About the Sun and Moon, ed. , v.
Science Fair Projects About the Sun and Moon, ed. , v.

Science Fair Projects About the Sun and Moon, ed. , v.

This book features experiments that will help readers unlock the secrets of the sun and moon, including how to get the time or direction by looking at the sun, the colors in sunlight, and why the moon's appearance changes during the month.

Super Earth Encyclopedia, ed. , v.
Super Earth Encyclopedia, ed. , v.

Super Earth Encyclopedia, ed. , v.

This book gives an enthralling insight into the planet Earth. As well as showcasing the extraordinary geological wonders of the world, it probes deeper to explain the making and shaping of Earth.

Super Experiments with Light and Sound, ed. , v.
Super Experiments with Light and Sound, ed. , v.

Super Experiments with Light and Sound, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the principles behind the science of light and sound. It provides an explanation to the properties of light and sound as well as hands-on activities giving readers tangible examples, including focusing light to pop balloons and talking to friends over plastic cup telephones.

The Carbon Cycle, ed. , v.
The Carbon Cycle, ed. , v.

The Carbon Cycle, ed. , v.

This book explores the carbon cycle, including what carbon is, the places where it is found, and how it is exchanged. It shares insight into how human activity affects the carbon cycle in nature.

The Equator, ed. , v.
The Equator, ed. , v.

The Equator, ed. , v.

This book will expand young readers comprehension why 'the Earth is wearing a belt', an age-old visual device teachers have used to explain the equator. With an understanding of the equator comes a grasping of the rotation of the Earth, climate, weather, and many other age-appropriate science concepts.

The Nitrogen Cycle, ed. , v.
The Nitrogen Cycle, ed. , v.

The Nitrogen Cycle, ed. , v.

This book explores the nitrogen cycle, including why nitrogen is an essential nutrient for growth, where nitrogen is found, and the important role legumes play in the nitrogen cycle.

The North Pole, ed. , v.
The North Pole, ed. , v.

The North Pole, ed. , v.

This book presents the geography and science of the North Pole polar region. The fascinating history of the remarkable explorers of this frigid landscape is also included in the main text, introducing a part of history that’s sure to inspire!

The Rock Cycle, ed. , v.
The Rock Cycle, ed. , v.

The Rock Cycle, ed. , v.

This book explores the rock cycle, a story millions of years in the making. It covers metamorphic, magma and igneous rock, and sedimentary rock, and the story of how rock is constantly forming, wearing down, and forming again.

The Science of Baseball, ed. , v.
The Science of Baseball, ed. , v.

The Science of Baseball, ed. , v.

In this book, readers make connections between the worlds of science, technology, engineering, and math as they relate to baseball.

The Science of Basketball, ed. , v.
The Science of Basketball, ed. , v.

The Science of Basketball, ed. , v.

In this book, readers make connections between the worlds of science, technology, engineering, and math as they relate to basketball.

The Science of Electricity, ed. , v.
The Science of Electricity, ed. , v.

The Science of Electricity, ed. , v.

This book takes a look at how electricity travels, how it is stored in batteries, and the different types of power plants that produce the electricity needed to light our homes, schools, and businesses.

The Science of Football, ed. , v.
The Science of Football, ed. , v.

The Science of Football, ed. , v.

In this book, readers make connections between the worlds of science, technology, engineering, and math as they relate to football.

The Science of Forces, ed. , v.
The Science of Forces, ed. , v.

The Science of Forces, ed. , v.

This book explores the various forces -- such as friction and other laws of motion -- that move everything around us.

The Science of Gymnastics, ed. , v.
The Science of Gymnastics, ed. , v.

The Science of Gymnastics, ed. , v.

In this book, readers make connections between the worlds of science, technology, engineering, and math as they relate to gymnastics.

The Science of Heat, ed. , v.
The Science of Heat, ed. , v.

The Science of Heat, ed. , v.

This book helps readers understand how heat changes matter, what causes things to burn, and how these changes impact a vast number of objects in our world.

The Science of Hockey, ed. , v.
The Science of Hockey, ed. , v.

The Science of Hockey, ed. , v.

In this book, readers make connections between the worlds of science, technology, engineering, and math as they relate to hockey.

The Science of Light, ed. , v.
The Science of Light, ed. , v.

The Science of Light, ed. , v.

This book takes a look at the science behind the creation, travel, and appearance of light.

The Science of Magnetism, ed. , v.
The Science of Magnetism, ed. , v.

The Science of Magnetism, ed. , v.

This book explores how magnets work, showing readers how the pushes and pulls of magnetic force impact both our planet and everyday lives.

The Science of Soccer, ed. , v.
The Science of Soccer, ed. , v.

The Science of Soccer, ed. , v.

In this book, readers make connections between the worlds of science, technology, engineering, and math as they relate to soccer.

The Science of Sound, ed. , v.
The Science of Sound, ed. , v.

The Science of Sound, ed. , v.

This book shows readers what sound is, how it travels, and how our ears understand the sounds that surround us all.

The Science of the Brain, ed. , v.
The Science of the Brain, ed. , v.

The Science of the Brain, ed. , v.

This book explores the human brain using clean, simple flowcharts to break down difficult concepts into accessible chunks. Each chapter condenses key concepts into flowcharts to help readers retain essential information.

The Science of the Digestive System, ed. , v.
The Science of the Digestive System, ed. , v.

The Science of the Digestive System, ed. , v.

This book gives readers an inside look at the human digestive system, an essential bodily process. Flowcharts reiterate key concepts at the end of each chapter, allowing readers to visualize and retain complex information in a fun way.

The Science of the Heart and Circulatory System, ed. , v.
The Science of the Heart and Circulatory System, ed. , v.

The Science of the Heart and Circulatory System, ed. , v.

This book gives readers an inside look at the human heart and circulatory system. Clean, simple flowcharts located at the end of each chapter break down complex processes into bite-sized information.

The Science of the Lungs and Respiratory System, ed. , v.
The Science of the Lungs and Respiratory System, ed. , v.

The Science of the Lungs and Respiratory System, ed. , v.

This book gives readers an inside look at the human lungs and respiratory system. Fun, easy-to-follow flowcharts summarize key concepts at the end of each chapter, ensuring that readers can visualize and retain essential information.

The Science of the Senses, ed. , v.
The Science of the Senses, ed. , v.

The Science of the Senses, ed. , v.

This book gives readers an inside look at how the five senses, taste, touch, sight, hearing, and smell, help us navigate the world, process information about our surroundings, and stimulate responses in our bodies. Each chapter recaps essential information through clean, simple flowcharts.

The Science of the Skeleton and Muscles, ed. , v.
The Science of the Skeleton and Muscles, ed. , v.

The Science of the Skeleton and Muscles, ed. , v.

This book gives readers an inside look at how bones and muscles work together to support the human body and enable its many movements. Fun graphics and easy-to-comprehend language makes this important topic accessible to all readers.

The South Pole, ed. , v.
The South Pole, ed. , v.

The South Pole, ed. , v.

This book presents the cartography and earth science of the South Pole polar region. It is dedicated to the fascinating history of the brave explorers of this icy landscape, a part of history that is sure to impress all elementary readers!

The Water Cycle, ed. , v.
The Water Cycle, ed. , v.

The Water Cycle, ed. , v.

This book explores the flow of water through the water cycle, identifying such steps as evaporation from puddles and condensation found in clouds or fog. It also shares opportunities to observe the powerful movement of water.

Think Like an Engineer, ed. , v.
Think Like an Engineer, ed. , v.

Think Like an Engineer, ed. , v.

This book explores the ways engineers solve problems, learn about some engineering feats, and find out whether you may also think like an engineer.

Uranus, ed. , v.
Uranus, ed. , v.

Uranus, ed. , v.

This curriculum-based book gives readers insight into Uranus, from its discovery in 1781 to the latest insights about it gained from satellite images, explaining its features, conditions, rings, and moons.

Venus, ed. , v.
Venus, ed. , v.

Venus, ed. , v.

This curriculum-based book takes a close look at Venus and shows young people just how different our neighboring planet is from our own. Known as the hottest planet, Venus is an example of the greenhouse effect to the extreme. Young readers will take a tour beneath the sulfur dioxide clouds and see the planets surface up close with images taken by the Magellan and the Venus Express missions.

Volcanic Processes, ed. , v.
Volcanic Processes, ed. , v.

Volcanic Processes, ed. , v.

This book explores the geological structure that makes volcanic activity possible and follow the sequence of events that culminate in an eruption. In addition to eruptions, it also examines other geothermal activities.

Weather and Climate, ed. , v.
Weather and Climate, ed. , v.

Weather and Climate, ed. , v.

This book explores the science behind weather and climate and how these forces shape the world around them. It looks at how the combination of different elements, such as temperature and wind, create Earth's weather, and the importance of understanding weather patterns and how they affect various aspects of life.

Weathering and Erosion, ed. , v.
Weathering and Erosion, ed. , v.

Weathering and Erosion, ed. , v.

This book explores the science behind erosion and weathering. It looks at the many forces that impact the shape of the earth, including wind, water, and living creatures.

What Are Crustaceans?, ed. , v.
What Are Crustaceans?, ed. , v.

What Are Crustaceans?, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the needs and roles of different crustaceans. Readers will recognize and expand their knowledge about familiar species like the lobster and the shrimp, while being introduced to the likes of the wood louse and zooplankton.

What Are Fish?, ed. , v.
What Are Fish?, ed. , v.

What Are Fish?, ed. , v.

This book offers readers comparisons between the needs and roles of different types of fish. Readers will learn that fish have a distinct impact on their ecosystem and will see how fish survive when well-adapted to an uncompromised environment.

What Are Igneous Rocks?, ed. , v.
What Are Igneous Rocks?, ed. , v.

What Are Igneous Rocks?, ed. , v.

This book presents readers with all the ways igneous rock can form, as well as the names and full-color photographs of some of the most common types.

What Are Metamorphic Rocks?, ed. , v.
What Are Metamorphic Rocks?, ed. , v.

What Are Metamorphic Rocks?, ed. , v.

This book presents readers with the basics of metamorphic rock, including how to tell the difference between foliated and non-foliated varieties.

What Are Minerals?, ed. , v.
What Are Minerals?, ed. , v.

What Are Minerals?, ed. , v.

This book teaches students the difference between minerals and rocks, how minerals form, and how minerals are structured.

What Are Mollusks?, ed. , v.
What Are Mollusks?, ed. , v.

What Are Mollusks?, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the needs and roles of mollusks. Readers will learn about the unique contribution oysters, squid, and slugs, all of which are different classes of mollusks, make to their habitats.

What Are Sea Invertebrates?, ed. , v.
What Are Sea Invertebrates?, ed. , v.

What Are Sea Invertebrates?, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the most common sea invertebrates. Sea invertebrates include crustaceans, mollusks, jellyfish, and a host of other sea creatures that are integral to marine ecosystems and have important uses for humans, too.

What Are Sea Mammals?, ed. , v.
What Are Sea Mammals?, ed. , v.

What Are Sea Mammals?, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to sea mammals, showing them how they survive the depths of the cold, populous oceans. It examines the adaptive features and diets of marine mammals, and explored their distinct methods of reproduction and nurturing.

What Are Sea Plants and Algae?, ed. , v.
What Are Sea Plants and Algae?, ed. , v.

What Are Sea Plants and Algae?, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to sea plants and algae, explaining how they provide nutrients to animals that eat them and creates oxygen for humans and animals to breathe. It covers the diversity of marine plants and algae that exist as well as the processes they undergo to grow and thrive.

What Are Sedimentary Rocks?, ed. , v.
What Are Sedimentary Rocks?, ed. , v.

What Are Sedimentary Rocks?, ed. , v.

This book teaches students about the rocks that make up Earth’s crust, presenting a simple but full overview of the formation of sedimentary rock. Full-color photographs display common types of sedimentary rock, including sandstone, shale, and breccia.

What Is Animal Behavior?, ed. , v.
What Is Animal Behavior?, ed. , v.

What Is Animal Behavior?, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to how and why animals behave in the mysterious ways they do. The text explains behaviors such as mating rituals and raising young, methods of hunting, which animals hibernate, which are nocturnal, and the social patterns of different species, among other things.

What Is Animal Camouflage?, ed. , v.
What Is Animal Camouflage?, ed. , v.

What Is Animal Camouflage?, ed. , v.

This book shows how animals trick the eye by hiding in plain sight by changing their skin texture and color, covering themselves up, or even mimicking other plants and animals.

What Is Animal Migration?, ed. , v.
What Is Animal Migration?, ed. , v.

What Is Animal Migration?, ed. , v.

In this book, readers will learn how air, land, and water migration differ, what landmarks and senses animals rely on to get them from place to place, and why migration is essential for survival.

What Is Chemical Energy?, ed. , v.
What Is Chemical Energy?, ed. , v.

What Is Chemical Energy?, ed. , v.

This book lays the foundation for young readers to understand the form of energy that holds together the atoms in all molecules: chemical energy.

What Is Electrical Energy?, ed. , v.
What Is Electrical Energy?, ed. , v.

What Is Electrical Energy?, ed. , v.

This book lays the foundation for young readers to develop an understanding of how electrical energy is created and why it is important to their daily lives. They will also discover how scientists and inventors have harnessed this particular form of energy in order to power the world.

What Is Erosion?, ed. , v.
What Is Erosion?, ed. , v.

What Is Erosion?, ed. , v.

This book teaches readers the specifics of how erosion happens and its place in the rock cycle. Full-color photographs showcase the amazing results of erosion from around the world, including waterfalls, canyons, and coastlines.

What Is Heat Energy?, ed. , v.
What Is Heat Energy?, ed. , v.

What Is Heat Energy?, ed. , v.

This book explains the world of heat energy: what heat energy is, how it is formed and measured, and its impact in our world daily. Everyone has felt the encompassing embrace of warmth from the sun as we lift our faces upward.

What Is Light Energy?, ed. , v.
What Is Light Energy?, ed. , v.

What Is Light Energy?, ed. , v.

This book explains that energy from the sun sustains life on Earth. Young readers will learn about the properties of light, what wavelengths are, the relationship between light and color, and how reflected light enables us to see things.

What Is Mechanical Energy?, ed. , v.
What Is Mechanical Energy?, ed. , v.

What Is Mechanical Energy?, ed. , v.

This book introduces young readers to mechanical energy, explaining basic concepts such as potential and kinetic energy. Learn how mechanical energy has been harnessed in inventive ways over the course of history. Readers discover different sources of mechanical energy and how it can be transformed through real-world examples.

What Is Sound Energy?, ed. , v.
What Is Sound Energy?, ed. , v.

What Is Sound Energy?, ed. , v.

This book introduces young readers to sound energy. The uses of sound energy in various fields will be explored and readers will learn how the physical movement of objects creates sound, as well as the qualities of sound and how they vary, and are received.

What Is the Rock Cycle?, ed. , v.
What Is the Rock Cycle?, ed. , v.

What Is the Rock Cycle?, ed. , v.

This book teaches students how to break down the rock cycle step by step, including brief explanations of the three kinds of rocks, erosion, and many key terms.

Social Science

Anthropologists at Work, ed. , v.
Anthropologists at Work, ed. , v.

Anthropologists at Work, ed. , v.

This book provides an introduction to the field of anthropology. Readers will learn of the various branches of anthropology, including archaeology and biological anthropology, and how anthropologists of different disciplines collaborate to shed light on the mysteries of times past.

Technology

Astronomy in the Real World, ed. , v.
Astronomy in the Real World, ed. , v.

Astronomy in the Real World, ed. , v.

This book looks at the world of astronomy, why it is an intriguing STEM career, and the work that scientists in this field have accomplished throughout the years.

Bioengineering in the Real World, ed. , v.
Bioengineering in the Real World, ed. , v.

Bioengineering in the Real World, ed. , v.

This book looks at the world of bioengineering, why it is an intriguing STEM career, and the work that scientists in this field have accomplished throughout the years.

Coding Projects in Python, ed. , v.
Coding Projects in Python, ed. , v.

Coding Projects in Python, ed. , v.

Geared towards kids ages 10 and over, this book teaches them how to build graphics, games, and apps using Python.

Computer Science in the Real World, ed. , v.
Computer Science in the Real World, ed. , v.

Computer Science in the Real World, ed. , v.

This book looks at the world of computer science, why it is an intriguing STEM career, and the work that scientists in this field have accomplished throughout the years.

Environmental Engineering in the Real World, ed. , v.
Environmental Engineering in the Real World, ed. , v.

Environmental Engineering in the Real World, ed. , v.

This book examines the history of this branch of engineering, what environmental engineers do today, and what's next for the field in which environmental engineering keep drinking water clean, protect people from pollution, and take steps to fight climate change.

Forensics in the Real World, ed. , v.
Forensics in the Real World, ed. , v.

Forensics in the Real World, ed. , v.

This book examines the history of this field, what forensic scientists do today, and what's next for this branch of science in which forensic scientists study crime scenes, examine evidence, and invent new ways to solve crimes.

Get Coding With Data, ed. , v.
Get Coding With Data, ed. , v.

Get Coding With Data, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to everything they need to know about data. It explores types of data, including numbers, strings, and arrays; how data is stored in computer and in codes; key vocabulary terms such as memory, cache, ram, disk, and flash; and the difference between constants and variables.

Get Coding with Debugging, ed. , v.
Get Coding with Debugging, ed. , v.

Get Coding with Debugging, ed. , v.

This computer-free book explores the concept of debugging and such key concepts as determining, measuring, checking, and correcting errors in code.

Get Coding with Logic, ed. , v.
Get Coding with Logic, ed. , v.

Get Coding with Logic, ed. , v.

This computer-free book introduces the concept of logic, which lies at the heart of coding. It covers Boolean algebra, 'if' and 'until' clauses, arithmetic functions, and decision-making.

Get Coding with Repeating, ed. , v.
Get Coding with Repeating, ed. , v.

Get Coding with Repeating, ed. , v.

This computer-free book introduces the fundamental principles of repetition and looping. It looks at how language handles different ways of repeating code, including 'while,' 'for,' 'repeat,' and 'until' clauses as well as such key concepts as functions, subroutines, and nested loops.

Marine Science in the Real World, ed. , v.
Marine Science in the Real World, ed. , v.

Marine Science in the Real World, ed. , v.

This book examines the history of this branch of science, what marine scientists do today, and what's next for the field in which marine scientists study oceans, ocean plants and animals, and the ocean floor.

Mathematics in the Real World, ed. , v.
Mathematics in the Real World, ed. , v.

Mathematics in the Real World, ed. , v.

This book looks at the world of mathematics, why it is an intriguing STEM career, and work that scientists in this field have accomplished throughout the years.

Mechanical Engineering in the Real World, ed. , v.
Mechanical Engineering in the Real World, ed. , v.

Mechanical Engineering in the Real World, ed. , v.

This book examines the history of this branch of engineering, what mechanical engineers do today, and what's next for the field in which mechanical engineers design machines to improve transportation, explore the solar system, and save lives.

Meteorology in the Read World, ed. , v.
Meteorology in the Read World, ed. , v.

Meteorology in the Read World, ed. , v.

This book examines the history of this branch of science, what meteorologists do today, and what's next for the field in which meteorologists predict storms, launch drones into hurricanes, and even study the weather on other planets.

Physics in the Real World, ed. , v.
Physics in the Real World, ed. , v.

Physics in the Real World, ed. , v.

This book looks at the world of physics, why it is an intriguing STEM career, and work that scientists in this field have accomplished throughout the years.

Solving Real World Problems with Aerospace Engineering, ed. , v.
Solving Real World Problems with Aerospace Engineering, ed. , v.

Solving Real World Problems with Aerospace Engineering, ed. , v.

Explores the world of aerospace engineering. The history of aerial navigation is covered, noting key milestones in flight and outer space exploration. Also covered are the crucial technologies humanity has gotten out of aerospace engineering, such as weather satellites and GPS navigation.

Solving Real World Problems with Agricultural Engineering, ed. , v.
Solving Real World Problems with Agricultural Engineering, ed. , v.

Solving Real World Problems with Agricultural Engineering, ed. , v.

This book introduces readers to the importance of agricultural engineering, explaining the ways that agricultural engineers are making a difference in the world and emphasizing the variety of work available in this field. Readers will learn about new and industrious ways engineering can be used to create better seeds and crops, to work with animals, to harness renewable energy, and much more.

Solving Real World Problems with Chemical Engineering, ed. , v.
Solving Real World Problems with Chemical Engineering, ed. , v.

Solving Real World Problems with Chemical Engineering, ed. , v.

This book teaches readers what chemical engineering is and why it’s so important in our daily lives, such as enabling solar panels to promote green energy and the creation of consumer products such as Post-It notes. Readers also learn how chemical engineering has helped in medicine, such as by advancing prosthetics.

Solving Real World Problems with Civil Engineering, ed. , v.
Solving Real World Problems with Civil Engineering, ed. , v.

Solving Real World Problems with Civil Engineering, ed. , v.

This book addresses the job of civil engineers and explains how some of the world’s greatest engineering marvels were built. Students will learn how tunnels such as the English Channel Tunnel are built under water; how dams like the Hoover Dam are built and the purpose they serve a community; and why the Panama Canal was an important improvement to world trade.

Solving Real World Problems with Electrical Engineering, ed. , v.
Solving Real World Problems with Electrical Engineering, ed. , v.

Solving Real World Problems with Electrical Engineering, ed. , v.

This introduction to the field of electrical engineering includes an explanation of electricity and currents, as well as chapters devoted to specific areas. An activity that demonstrates how circuits work helps young readers get a hands-on chance to learn about electrical engineering.

Solving Real World Problems with Environmental and Green Engineering, ed. , v.
Solving Real World Problems with Environmental and Green Engineering, ed. , v.

Solving Real World Problems with Environmental and Green Engineering, ed. , v.

This resource covers recycling, reuse, and renewable energy sources and explains global warming and greenhouse gases and their effects on Earth’s environment. Readers recognize engineers’ solutions to some of today’s environmental problems, including air and water pollution, and urban planning challenges. There is also a hands-on 'engineering in action' activity for readers to learn how to clean up an oil spill.

Solving Real World Problems with Mechanical Engineering, ed. , v.
Solving Real World Problems with Mechanical Engineering, ed. , v.

Solving Real World Problems with Mechanical Engineering, ed. , v.

This text introduces young readers to the machines and engines that power the devices, vehicles, and appliances they encounter on a daily basis. Boxes explain important terms and concepts of mechanics and encourage readers to think critically. The book ends with a guided activity that invites readers to don the hat of a mechanical engineer and build their own windmill.

Solving Real World Problems with Transportation Engineering, ed. , v.
Solving Real World Problems with Transportation Engineering, ed. , v.

Solving Real World Problems with Transportation Engineering, ed. , v.

Explores a world many young people—and people in general—seldom consider: how transportation engineers help to ensure people and materials move smoothly throughout our complex world. Readers are introduced to real-world problems and their engineering solutions.

Sports Science and Technology in the Real World, ed. , v.
Sports Science and Technology in the Real World, ed. , v.

Sports Science and Technology in the Real World, ed. , v.

This book examines the history of these branches of science and engineering, what sports scientists and engineers do today, and what's next for these fields in which sports scientists and engineers develop new equipment, improve athletic performance, and keep players safe from injury.

Think Like an Engineer, ed. , v.
Think Like an Engineer, ed. , v.

Think Like an Engineer, ed. , v.

This book explores the ways engineers solve problems, learn about some engineering feats, and find out whether you may also think like an engineer.

Understanding Coding with Hopscotch, ed. , v.
Understanding Coding with Hopscotch, ed. , v.

Understanding Coding with Hopscotch, ed. , v.

This book will show readers how to code with the program Hopscotch. Instead of lines of text, Hopscotch provides users with colorful, stackable blocks to create animations, games, and more. These elements come together to help readers grasp the logic and STEM concepts involved with coding.

Understanding Coding with Lego Mindstorms™, ed. , v.
Understanding Coding with Lego Mindstorms™, ed. , v.

Understanding Coding with Lego Mindstorms™, ed. , v.

More than just toy building blocks, Lego Mindstorms™ buildable, programmable robot sets allow users to familiarize themselves with manipulating and customizing computer hardware and software. In this book, readers will learn what it takes to be a Mindstorms™ builder and programmer.

Understanding Coding with Lego WeDo™, ed. , v.
Understanding Coding with Lego WeDo™, ed. , v.

Understanding Coding with Lego WeDo™, ed. , v.

Much like its older brother, Lego Mindstorms™, Lego WeDo™ kits offer young engineers the chance to design and program creations all by themselves. In this book, readers will learn what it takes to be a WeDo™ builder and programmer.

Understanding Coding with Minecraft™, ed. , v.
Understanding Coding with Minecraft™, ed. , v.

Understanding Coding with Minecraft™, ed. , v.

In this book, readers learn the logic and technology behind coding with Minecraft™.

Understanding Coding with Python, ed. , v.
Understanding Coding with Python, ed. , v.

Understanding Coding with Python, ed. , v.

In this book, readers learn the logic and technology behind coding with Python.

Understanding Coding with Raspberry Pi™, ed. , v.
Understanding Coding with Raspberry Pi™, ed. , v.

Understanding Coding with Raspberry Pi™, ed. , v.

In this book, readers will learn the history of Raspberry Pi™--a tiny single-board computer for budding computer scientists to experiment with--and gain a basic understanding of computer programming.

Understanding Coding with Ruby, ed. , v.
Understanding Coding with Ruby, ed. , v.

Understanding Coding with Ruby, ed. , v.

In this book, readers will learn the ins and outs of coding with Ruby, including why using 'blocks of text' and mostly plain English text makes it an ideal program for ease of use.

Understanding Coding with Scratch, ed. , v.
Understanding Coding with Scratch, ed. , v.

Understanding Coding with Scratch, ed. , v.

In this book, readers will learn the logic and technology behind coding with Scratch.

What Are Computer Networks and the Internet?, ed. , v.
What Are Computer Networks and the Internet?, ed. , v.

What Are Computer Networks and the Internet?, ed. , v.

This book explores the vast communication that allows computers all over the world to share data. Students will discover Wi-Fi, radio waves, telecommunications, and the differences between a wired and wireless network. Readers will learn about the biggest computer network, the internet, and better understand how computers talk to each other to make worldwide communication possible.

What Are Computers?, ed. , v.
What Are Computers?, ed. , v.

What Are Computers?, ed. , v.

This book is a perfect resource for young readers interested in everything to do with computers. They will learn how computer technology has changed and how computers have served different needs in different times.

What Are Hardware and Software?, ed. , v.
What Are Hardware and Software?, ed. , v.

What Are Hardware and Software?, ed. , v.

This book explains to young readers how hardware and software work together, and describes how writing code creates software and programs. These are concepts that every young reader will need to know to understand the basics of how computer technology works.

What Is Cybersecurity?, ed. , v.
What Is Cybersecurity?, ed. , v.

What Is Cybersecurity?, ed. , v.

This book will introduce readers to different types of online threats, including viruses and malware. They will learn how different dangers spread and some basic steps to stop or prevent them. Additionally, this book will illuminate the scary consequences of falling prey to those threats, such as having personal information stolen or deleted, and cyberstalking.

What Tasks Can Computers Perform?, ed. , v.
What Tasks Can Computers Perform?, ed. , v.

What Tasks Can Computers Perform?, ed. , v.

This book explores a wide variety of tasks computers perform, from running video games to controlling the International Space Station to helping students learn to read, write, and do math. While students may have limited exposure to what computers do in their own lives, they will be inspired to learn that there is so much more to these machines than they have imagined.