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  • Stargazing

    by Mark Pichora
    Imagination and education go hand in hand in this father-daughter camping trip beneath the stars. Jane listens as her dad tells of an amazing alien world, but is it all just a trick? Perhaps not! His fantastical imaginings are soon followed by an inspired account of the wonders of space and its infinite possibility, putting his wild tale into perspective against an even wilder universe. Stargazing will inspire kids to unleash their imagination as they learn about the wonders of space, from... more
  • Weird & Wacky Creatures

    by K.B. Carr
    Are aliens among us? Out there, somewhere in the world, are weird creatures who could very easily be aliens from other planets, but they share the same Earth we do. You may have a hard time believing they really exist, but I assure you that they do, and I have the pictures to prove it. Is truth stranger than fiction? You decide...
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    by Michael Reed
    This is a coloring book that helps to describe some of the beneficial insects on Earth. This piece consists of simple black-and-write drawings and text.
  • The Great Space Race: The story of how America put a man on the moon!

    by Jeff Attinella

    This historic tale tells the story of the race between the United States and the Soviet Union to put a man on the moon.  The world watched on as these two countries went back and forth, each attempt getting closer and closer to making history!

  • The Wonders of Living Things on Earth: A Coloring Book

    by Michael Reed
    This coloring book helps the reader/artist to understand how living things are grouped. The book consists of simple pictures of plants, animals, and other organisms on Earth.
  • Jake's Nature Guide: Rocky Mountains

    by Mark Danenhauer
    Jake's Nature Guide is a pocket size guide to the Rocky Mountains that covers all aspects of the natural world in one easy to use field guide. It provides general information on each subjects, such as reproduction of mammals or insects, and then helps readers identify the common species of the Rockies. This tiny book may be jam packed with over 300 photos and images, but it is well organized and written in non-technical language.
  • If You Were Me and Lived on...Mars (If You Were Me and Lived in...) (Volume 21)

    by Carole P. Roman
    Join Carole P. Roman when she blasts off to colonize the planet Mars, in the newest book of her informative series. Learn about how life would be living on the Red Planet. Travel to Olympus Mons, the largest volcano in the solar system. Look into the sky and watch Phobos and Deimos, Mars' two moons. Discover what you would wear, and how the seasons change. See Mars through the eyes of an adventurous youngster like you and understand what life is like in a trip of a lifetime. Don't forget to look... more
  • The Exploring Twins: A Volcano Adventure

    by Yair and Michal leshem
    The book is about Allison and Daniel, the exploring twins, that are curious about the world around them. Together with their parents they learn about nature and science and run fun science experiments. The book is both a reading book for the kids and a "cookbook" to follow a scientific experiment.
  • Turtle Time: A Children's Photo Story about Flatback Sea Turtles

    by Dale Cotton
    Welcome on a journey to one of the most isolated corners of the world, to learn about the beautiful and mysterious Flatback Turtle! The Flatback is unique among the seven species of sea turtles; it is the only sea turtle to nest solely in a single country, doing so in the rugged far north of Australia. The Flatback Turtle nesting is one of nature’s spectacular events. The pilgrimage to witness it is a privilege few can claim given the tremendous isolation of the beaches the turtles call hom... more
  • Ms Pearl Makes a Discovery

    by Christina Washington
    Join Ms. Pearl and her dynamic animal friends as they explore STEAM - science, technology, engineering, art, and math! Readers will be inspired to recreate kid-friendly experiments performed in the book as they learn science concepts and terminology.
  • Buzz, Ruby, and Their City Chick

    by Wendy Drexler
    Buzz, Ruby, and Their City Chicks is an illustrated and compelling nonfiction nature story for children ages 5 through 11. It recounts the saga of a widely watched pair of red-tailed hawks who raised and fledged three chicks from the fourth-floor ledge of an office building in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 2010. Enhanced by vibrant color illustrations derived from actual photos of the birds taken on site by four acclaimed wildlife photographers, this story captures a hawk family’s daily peril... more
  • Dr. Dee Dee Dynamo's Beemore Breakthru

    by Oneeka Williams MD

    “The honey bees are dying, the honey bees are dying!” Gordon the Gullible Globe urgently alerts Dr. Dee Dee Dynamo, Girl SUPER SURGEON, who can fix any problem with her supernaturally powerful and gifted hands. Dr. Dee Dee’s Uncle Beemore wants to put beehives in every garden on the Island of Positivity to help the bee population. What can Dr. Dee Dee do to save the bees?

    Join her in the amazing BREAKTHRU and learn all about the honey bee.

  • Dr. Dee Dee Dynamo's Saturn Surprise

    by Oneeka Williams MD

    Born with supernatural powers from electrical energy, she jets around the Universe fixing problems with her gifted hands. Dr. Dee Dee’s, and cousin Lukas’s, visit to the Island of Positivity Planetarium is interrupted when Gordon the Gullible Globe sounds the alarm that Saturn’s rings have disappeared. Dr. Dee Dee is skeptical but mobilizes her team of assistants and instruments for a mission to Saturn. Oh boy! Is she SURPRISED when she arrives at Saturn!

  • Dr. Dee Dee Dynamo's Meteorite Mission

    by Oneeka Williams MD

    Asteroids, meteoroids, meteors, meteorites! What in the World! Gordon the Gullible Globe hears Astrid Asteroid wailing because a piece of her rock has broken off, followed shortly by a loud BOOM! Matty Meteorite has collided with Earth and there is trouble. Dr. Dee Dee Dynamo and her team whisk off in Freeda the Flying Ambulance to Chelyabinsk, Russia, to repair the damage. Can Dr. Dee Dee Dynamo reunite Astrid Asteroid and Matty Meteorite?

  • Dr. Dee Dee Dynamo's Mission to Pluto

    by Oneeka Williams MD

    When Gordon the Gullible Globe sounds the alarm that a sad Pluto was downgraded to a dwarf planet, Dr. Dee Dee Dynamo is positive that she can use her surgical skills to help him. Join Dr. Dee Dee as she rallies her team and jets through the galaxy in Freeda the Flying Ambulance to perform surgery on Pluto. Will Pluto become a planet again? 

  • Dancing With Tex: The Remarkable Friendship To Save The Whooping Cranes

    by Lynn Sanders
    Dancing With Tex tells the true friendship between a man and bird that helped save the Whooping Cranes from extinction. George Archibald, co-founder of the International Crane Foundation is determined to save all the cranes. Tex, a rare Whooping Crane from Texas, believes she belongs only with people. Together, George and Tex become dancing partners over six years to help Tex lay a fertile egg. Their friendship demonstrates the power of faith, belief and perseverance in making a dream come t... more