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The Train to Impossible Places: A Cursed Delivery by P.G. Bell

The Train to Impossible Places: A Cursed Delivery by P.G. Bell is an exciting, imaginative, wild ride of a story that never lets up for a moment. This was a whimsical and fun middle grade read full of interesting characters and … Continue reading

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Leaf Litter Critters by Leslie Bulion

Leaf Litter Critters by Leslie Bulion is a fun and informative book. This is a great resource for upper elementary.  It is a book about decomposers. It teaches that decomposers are the critters that live in leaf piles and other … Continue reading

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Kid Scientists by David Stabler and Anoosha Syed

Kid Scientists by David Stabler and Anoosha Syed is a wonderful collection of stories that share the early path of some famous scientists. This is an excellent nonfiction book that would be great upper elementary and middle school students. I … Continue reading

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The Coral Kingdom by Laura Knowles

The Coral Kingdom by Laura Knowles is a beautifully illustrated picture book about coral reefs, as well as a pretty strong call to save them. The story part of the book is a nice sing song of the animals and colors of … Continue reading

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Seed School by Joan Holub

Seed School by Joan Holub is a great reference story to teach kids about plants and how they grow. The book introduces several early scientific concepts to elementary age children. The seeds in the book are learning from Ms Petal what it means … Continue reading

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Inside Out Human Body by Luann Columbo

Inside Out Human Body: Explore the World’s Most Amazing Machine! by Luann Columbo is a fantastic book full of facts and diagrams which enables us to begin to understand the human body in all its glory. Each section has a layered model which … Continue reading

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Sun and Shade by Mary Lindeen

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Sun and Shade by Mary Lindeen is an early level reader science book. The photographs are beautiful and show the difference between sun and shade. Showing the difference helps young readers understand what they are reading easier. The pictures show the difference … Continue reading

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Landforms by Mary Lindeen

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Landforms by Mary Lindeen is an easy to read book for young readers in the Earth Science series. This book teaches the reader about the science of landforms, and their shapes.  It has beautiful color photographs that help the reader to better … Continue reading

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Super Women: Six Scientists Who Changed the World

Super Women: Six Scientists Who Changed the World shares biographies of six female scientists, whose discoveries have had an immeasurable impact on the world, but due to their gender, have been forgotten by history.  This book includes biographies about Shark expert … Continue reading

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Faster, Higher, Smarter by Simon Shapiro

Faster, Higher, Smarter by Simon Shapiro is fantastic book detailing sports achievements and the athletes behind them and also the science that made it all possible. This is a great practical application of physics, and its exciting to see how … Continue reading

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