For the Curious Mind
From the creator of the New York Times bestseller Women in Science, comes a new nonfiction picture book series ready to grow young scientists by nurturing their curiosity about the natural world--starting with what's inside a flower.
Climate change, visualized.
Climate change, shrinking wildlife habitats, rising sea levels, and vanishing species.
Colossus explores some of the greatest feats of engineering in history, from ancient pyramids to enormous bridges to towering skyscrapers.
Celebrate diversity, math, and the power of storytelling!
SHORTLISTED FOR THE BLUE PETER BOOK AWARDS 2022
An international best-seller, translated into over 25 languages
Often human scientists try and solve a problem or invent a new tool and they realise that animals have already invented it for them.
Alas, not available through us.
Welcome to the Fungarium! Step into the world of fungi and learn all about these strange and fascinating life-forms.
This beautifully illustrated biography of Edwin Hubble explores the curiosity that he possessed from a young age, and the many questions that he asked about our universe. This book invites children to ponder these questions as well: How many stars are in the sky? How did the universe begin? Where did it come from?
A beautiful picture book for sharing and marking special occasions such as graduation, inspired by the life of the first African American woman to travel in space, Mae Jemison. An Amazon Best Book of the Month!
A great classroom and bedtime read-aloud, Mae Among the Stars is the perfect book for young readers who have big dreams and even bigger hearts.
A 2022 American Indian Youth Literature Picture Book Honor Book
A 2022 Robert F. Sibert Honor Book
Twelve Native American kids present historical and contemporary laws, policies, struggles, and victories in Native life, each with a powerful refrain: We are still here!
2022 Green Earth Book Award Winner
NCSS Septma Clark Award, Elementary Level Honoree
NSTA/CBC Best STEM Book
Junior Library Guild Selection
John Burroughs Association Riverby Award
Honorable Mention, Sigurd F. Olson Nature Writing Award
Stargazers rejoice! In his first book for children, renowned physicist Alan Lightman and collaborators, with help from the Hubble telescope, light up the night sky.
Eco facts come to light as a plastic duck narrates this beautifully illustrated true story of thousands of bath toys that were lost at sea and swept to the four corners of the Pacific.
A picture book debut by an award-winning author about a boy's life on the U.S.-Mexico border, visiting his favorite places on The Other Side with his father, spending time with family and friends, and sharing in the responsibility of community care.
In this delightful exploration of the seasons in nature, an oak tree and its animal inhabitants change and grow over the course of a year --- just like their human neighbors!
A large old oak tree stands near an empty house. Like the house, the tree provides shelter and a place to raise a family. From its branches to its roots, six animals share the tree as a home.
A gorgeously-illustrated picture book about the power of community from Caldecott-Honoree John Rocco
That night the wind roars and rumbles,
like the sound of a thousand waves
pounding the shoreline.
A young boy’s favorite place in the world is the old, splintery neighborhood dock.
Pack your bags and let’s go on an action-packed tour around the world with this geography book for kids!
On the adventure, you’ll travel back in time to see how the continents have evolved, marvel at incredible geographical features, see the world's cities and landmarks, and admire incredible wildlife.
Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture is truly groundbreaking!
The first national museum whose mission is to illuminate for all people, the rich, diverse, complicated, and important experiences and contributions of African Americans in America is opening.
In this latest book in the acclaimed Over and Under series, a spectacular hike reveals the hidden wonders, rich colors, and layers of wildlife living within a thriving desert slot-canyon.
Discover the exciting world of animals! Creatures of land, sea, and air—including elephants, spiders, snakes, falcons, and whales—fill the pages of this interactive book, providing a comprehensive overview of how animals grow, see, hear, move, and more! Best of all, lots of flaps, pop-ups, pull-tabs, and rotating wheels bring these animals to life.
Test your wits in this creepy collection of horror-themed mini-mysteries, a follow-up to Sleuth & Solve!
How does one boy discover the lair of Frankenstein's monster? What is the identity of the werewolf who torments an isolated village? And how do two sisters escape the vengeful Loch Ness Monster?
Something amazing really does happen every single day!
Literally the book of the year, this incredible compendium gives you fun and fantastic facts for every date on the calendar.
Did you know that Buzz Aldrin took the first selfie in space on November 12th 1966?
In a powerful, poetic missive, award-winning author-illustrator Maxine Beneba Clarke celebrates the meaning behind the words Black Lives Matter.
Little one, when we say Black Lives Matter,
we’re saying Black people are wonderful-strong.
That we deserve to be treated with basic respect,
Meet the cats! From lions and leopards to cheetahs and cougars, welcome to the world of cats. Who is the fastest feline? Who spends the most time sleeping and who has the loudest roar?
Part of the critically acclaimed Over and Under series!
Award-winning duo Kate Messner and Christopher Silas Neal take readers on a thrilling tour of one of the most diverse ecosystems on planet earth: the rainforests of Central America.
Backpack Explorer: Discovering Trees encourages junior naturalists to step outside and get curious about the trees they see, whether in their backyard, in their neighborhood, in a park, or on a trail.
Big or small? Loud or quiet? Opposites can be found everywhere in the animal kingdom!
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