Grow with Me peers under the ground, into trees, and elsewhere in nature to explore the lives and growth of an assortment of creatures and plants. These books for ages eight and up offer elementary but fascinating studies of the life stages that bugs, animals, and vegetation experience as they mature.
A beautifully illustrated, nonfiction picture book showing readers all the bright things that can be found in the dark of night.
Click flashlights, light lanterns, and get ready to turn electric lights out to celebrate Earth Hour! Wherever you come from, you can help our planet.
Have you ever wondered how ants carry up to 50 times their body weight? Or why sloths move so slowly? Discover the answers to these questions and more as you laugh along at the hilarious pictures in this fun non-fiction book for kids.
“Bird brain” is a compliment when you learn that New Caledonia crows can outsmart scientists!$9.99ISBN: 9780358105473Availability: Click Title for IN STOCK LocationPublished: HMH Books for Young Readers - January 21st, 2020A stunning exploration of the mercury pollution in Montana that causes harm to humans and ospreys alike.$18.95ISBN: 9781947277144Availability: Click Title for IN STOCK LocationPublished: Flashlight Press - January 1st, 2020The Mess That We Made explores the environmental impact of trash and plastic on the ocean and marine life, and it inspires kids to do their part to combat pollution. Simple, rhythmic wording builds to a crescendo ("This is the mess that we made.$8.99ISBN: 9780753475508Availability: Click Title for IN STOCK LocationPublished: Kingfisher - January 7th, 2020
Explore the stars, meteorites, and planets, take a tour on a space station, and examine a space rocket in detail. Learn surprising facts in this lively and fascinating picture book all about space.$16.99ISBN: 9781641600729Availability: Click Title for IN STOCK LocationPublished: Chicago Review Press - January 7th, 2020Amazing Amphibians explores the major amphibian groups—frogs, salamanders, and caecilians—including their anatomy, behavior, and conservation needs. Young nature enthusiasts will learn about slime, venom, hibernation, and much more in this full-color overview of amphibian life history.$18.99ISBN: 9781250147110Availability: Click Title for IN STOCK LocationPublished: Roaring Brook Press - December 24th, 2019
Join scientist Doug Emlen on his quest to find out why an elusive type of beetle grows weapons that are enormous for its body size.
What does it take to be a scientist in the field?
Doug Emlen is a scientist. He studies beetles.$12.95ISBN: 9788854415294Availability: Click Title for IN STOCK LocationPublished: White Star Kids - January 7th, 2020$18.99ISBN: 9781328770967Availability: Click Title for IN STOCK LocationPublished: HMH Books for Young Readers - December 10th, 2019The August 2017 solar eclipse is the chance of a lifetime for astronomer Shadia Habbal—years of planning come down to one moment of totality. Will everything go off as planned?
On August 21, 2017, much of America stood still and looked up as a wide swath of the country experienced totality—a full solar eclipse.