Reading on your own One moment, it is sunny and calm. The next moment, a whirling black funnel cloud touches down. Take cover It's a twister This classic Step into Reading science title is brimming with facts about tornadoes and...
Brilliant: 25 Catholic Scientists, Mathematicians, and Supersmart People
This book introduces children to many of the Catholics behind groundbreaking discoveries in science and math. Children will embark on an adventure through history and meet faith-filled pioneers in every field from anatomy to astrophysics. They ll also learn how...
Hands-On Science: Forces and Motion
These giant books of projects and experiments take a hands-on approach to science concepts. Hundreds of simple and easy experiments explore various scientific principles behind natural phenomena like friction, centrifugal force, and the underlying laws of physics that help make...
How Science Points to God
We are told that science and religion are wholly incompatible and that those of us who profess faith in God are unwilling to bend our wills to the truth. In this highly gratifying book, scientist Dr. Gerard Verschuuren flips this...
The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind (Movie Tie-In Edition): Young Readers Edition
Now a Netflix film starring and directed by Chiwetel Ejiofor, this is a gripping memoir of survival and perseverance about the heroic young inventor who brought electricity to his Malawian village. When a terrible drought struck William Kamkwamba's tiny village...
The Jasons: The Secret History of Science's Postwar Elite
The Jasons are a well-guarded group of world-class scientists, briefly outed in the Pentagon Papers during the Vietnam War, who have been meeting every summer since 1960 to tackle classified problems that the Defense Department cannot solve. Among many stunning...
The Evidential Power of Beauty
While everyone is delighted by beauty, and the more alive among us are positively fascinated by it, few are explicitly aware that we can recognize truth by its beauty and simplicity. Dubay explores the reasons why all of the most...
Why Science Does Not Disprove God
Based on interviews with eleven Nobel Prize winners and many other prominent physicists, biologists, anthropologists, and psychologists, as well as leading theologians and spiritual leaders, Why Science Does Not Disprove God is a "well-informed and readable" (Wall Street Journal) analysis...
The Ocean in Your Bathtub
Perfect for curious kids From shore to suburb, the ocean connects all of us in unexpected ways--through the weather, our water, our food sources, and more In their signature informative and child-friendly style, the award-winning creators of A Hundred Billion...
Maps and Globes
This comprehensive look at geography and the environment, Maps and Globes, can take you anywhere--to the top of the tallest mountain on earth or the bottom of the deepest ocean. Maps tell you about the world: where various countries are...
Frankie: How One Woman Prevented a Pharmaceutical Disaster
en million thalidomide pills had already been produced for distribution in the United States when it was first submitted to the FDA for approval. The morning sickness wonder drug had been approved for sale in Germany, Canada, and the UK,...
What are rocks? How are rocks formed? Why do some of them glitter? Baby Explorer encourages little ones to explore the world around them, through their five senses of seeing, touching, hearing, smelling, or tasting.Author: Carol LawrencePublisher: Albert Whitman &...
When Sue Found Sue: Sue Hendrickson Discovers Her T. Rex
From a very young age, Sue Hendrickson was meant to find things: lost coins, perfume bottles, even hidden treasure. Her endless curiosity eventually led to her career in diving and paleontology, where she would continue to find things big and...
Gregor Mendel: The Friar Who Grew Peas
Gregor Mendel explains to children the theory of heredity in simple-to-understand language and examples. Regarded as the world's first geneticist, Gregor Mendel discovered one of the fundamental aspects of genetic science: animals, plants, and people all inherit and pass down...
Beatrix Potter, Scientist
Everyone knows Beatrix Potter as the creator of the Peter Rabbit stories. But before that, she was a girl of science. As a child, Beatrix collected nature specimens; as a young adult, she was an amateur mycologist presenting her research...
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Extreme Ocean: Amazing Animals, High-Tech Gear, Record-Breaking Depths, and More
Discover the most outrageous aspects of the deep blue---from record-breaking depths to towering tsunamis, underwater giants to tiny sea creatures--along with ocean conservation challenges and what you can do to help. Dive into a world of aquatic mystery in this...
Understanding Intelligent Design
This compact guide lays out the basics of Intelligent Design, popularly known as ID. William Dembski, the dean of the intelligent-design movement, and Sean McDowell especially target readers whose understanding may have been confused by educational bias and one-sided arguments...
Billions of Missing Links: A Rational Look at the Mysteries Evolution Can't Explain
Dr. Geoffrey Simmons focuses on the millions of structures and systems on the Earth that came about all at once, entire...with no preceding links, no subsequent links, no "sideways" links. To illustrate, he surveys examples like... the hummingbird and its...
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Planet Earth/Inside Out
A basic and enjoyable introduction to our planet from Washington Post/Children's Book Guild Award winner Gail Gibbons What if we could open up our planet and look inside? From its red-hot core to the highest mountain peak, come see the...
Join award-winning science writer Seymour Simon as he explores some of the world's largest marvels: mountains With clear, simple text and stunning full-color photographs, readers will learn all about these amazing natural structures in this informative picture book This nonfiction...
Join award-winning science writer Seymour Simon in this picture book introduction to storms With clear, simple text and stunning full-color photographs, readers will learn all about the fascinating phenomenon that is a storm in this informative picture book This nonfiction...
Final Frontier: Incredible Stories of Near-death Experiences
Warning-This Book Could Change Your Afterlife... Where do we go when we die? And is there really such a place as hell? Here are more than 20 stories from people who are convinced of the afterlife-because they've been there. These...
Eat My Dust! Henry Ford's First Race
It s 1901 and Henry Ford wants to build a car that everyone can own. But first he needs the money to produce it. How will he get it? He enters a car race, of course Readers will love this...
Listen Up!: Alexander Graham Bell's Talking Machine
IT'S 1876 AND THE whole country is celebrating the 100th birthday of the United States. The biggest party is in Philadelphia at the World's Fair, where the latest and greatest inventions are on display for all to see. Alexander Graham...
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