Did you ever have a dream about winning the lottery? Have you ever had a nightmare with a giant monster chasing you? Believe it or not, you actually dream every night. Dreams are an essential part of our sleep process, and we can learn a lot about our ... show more
How can you tell if a moving object is accelerating? Why are pulleys used to lift objects? Can you observe weightlessness in everyday situations? Using easy-to-find materials and the scientific method, you can learn the answers to these questions and m... show more
When the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, the United States was thrust into World War II. The war with Japan would last four grueling years. Bold leaders, such as General Douglas MacArthur and President Franklin Roosevelt, would lead... show more
Rabies . . . tetanus . . . West Nile disease . . .What do you get when you combine evil microbes trying to harm the nervous system and a super detective skilled at Body System Disease Investigations? You get crime-solving super sleuth Annie Biotica! Jo... show more
Give renewable energy a try! Solar, wind, and hydropower can be used to offset the use of fossil fuels. The projects in this book teach young readers about solar cells, electricity, and energy. Experiment with simple ways of using renewable energy to p... show more
Discover points, lines, and planes. Learn about circles, symmetry, and line relationships. Practice finding perimeter, area, volume, and circumference. You can read this book from beginning to end, or use it to review a specific topic.
Would you like to become an all-star goal scorer or a world-class defender? Or maybe you just want to learn a few new skills? TOP 25 SOCCER SKILLS, TIPS, AND TRICKS has a little bit of everything for all young soccer players. From step-by-step instruct... show more
This book describes how it’s possible to hear and feel sound, how sound travels and moves, as well as dimensions of space. It discusses making sounds and noises, waves, properties of sound and sound effects. It also includes sounds of music.
Conventional energy sources such as oil and coal will not last forever, and they pose a threat to our earth through polluting and causing climate change. Author Sherri Mabry Gordon explores different types of energy, such as wind and solar, explaining ... show more
How does our world work? Our actions can impact the environment in ways we may not have considered. Author Robert Gardner's informative text is paired with hands-on science projects using the scientific method that show readers how their actions effect... show more
Did a family of four, including a six-year-old boy, spy on the U.S. military at Pearl Harbor during World War II? Is it possible that pigeons and mice could be used as spies? Some of the most famous and infamous spies in history are not what or whom yo... show more
Need a hand with your science experiments? HUMAN BODY EXPERIMENTS USING FINGERPRINTS, HAIR, MUSCLES, AND MORE, by award-winning author Robert Gardner, is here to help. Experiment with reflexes, vision, and fingerprints abound. This book is sure to help... show more
Can you build a bird feeder that keeps squirrels out? Where do earthworms like to live? Does color affect human emotions? Learn the answers to these questions and more with the fun experiments in this book. Young scientists will observe and explore beh... show more
There’s no better feeling for a baseball player than crushing a ball over the outfield fence for a homerun, or blowing a fastball by the batter for a strikeout. Would you like to hit like a pro and pitch like an all-star? Do you want to be a slick-fiel... show more
Angry mobs had forced Brigham Young and his fellow Mormons out of Ohio, Missouri, and Illinois. As leader of the Mormon Church, Young needed a safe place for his followers to live and worship freely. So with more than 5,000 Mormon settlers, Young cross... show more