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Children’s Book Review: Dream Big, Little Scientists by Michelle Schaub

In Dream Big, Little Scientists, numerous children who dream of being a scientist are getting ready for bed.
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Children’s Book Review: Something is Bugging Samantha Hansen by Nancy Viau

Samantha Hansen is a spunky ten-year-old who loves science. Her latest mission is to save the local bee farm.
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Children’s Book Review: Humanimal by Christopher Lloyd

The science and research behind animals that have various human-like qualities and behaviors, written for older elementary children.
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Children’s Book Review: Awesome Achievers in Technology/Awesome Achievers in Science By Alan Katz

AWESOME ACHIEVERS IN TECHNOLOGY Super and Strange Facts about 12 Almost Famous History Makers By: Alan Katz Illustrated by: Chris Judge Published: August 6, 2019 Publisher: Running Press Kids Non-Fiction This new series by Alan Katz makes learning fun. He uses humor kids will find hilarious alongside factual stories about the people behind some really…
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Children’s Book Review: A Brief History of Life on Earth By Clemence Dupont

A BRIEF HISTORY OF LIFE ON EARTH By: Clemence Dupont Published: April 9, 2019 Publisher: Prestel Junior Non-Fiction This unique book begins at the very beginning of Earth, over 4 billion years ago. The opening picture shows the earth as an ocean of lava with volcanos all around. This age is aptly named the Hadean…
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Children’s Book Review: Make This! by Ella Schwartz

MAKE THIS! Building, Thinking, and Tinkering Projects for the Amazing Maker in You By: Ella Schwartz Photos by: Matthew Rakola Published: February 5, 2019 Publisher: National Geographic Children’s Books Non-Fiction Slow down that summer slide by keeping your kids learning and thinking and creating. Each chapter focuses on a part of science including simple machines,…
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Children’s Book Review: Two #STEM Books from National Geographic Kids – Books as Gifts

Books make the best gifts. I may be a little biased, but I love giving books as gifts. I think they offer a personal connection. You are either saying, I loved this book and I think you will too. Or, I know you love cats, science, history, etc so I thought this would be a…
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Smithsonian Exploration Station Kits for Kids – Books as Gifts

Books make the best gifts. I may be a little biased, but I love giving books as gifts. I think they offer a personal connection. You are either saying, I loved this book and I think you will too. Or, I know you love cats, science, history, etc so I thought this would be a…
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Children’s Book Review: StarTalk By Neil deGrasse Tyson

STAR TALK Everything You Ever Need to Know About Space Travel, Sci-Fi, the Human Race, the Universe, and Beyond By: Neil deGrasse Tyson Published: September 13, 2016 – Paperback on February 19, 2019 Publisher: National Geographic Non-Fiction   Well, I am embarrassed to admit, I had no idea who Neil deGrasse Tyson was before picking…
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Children’s Book Review: Animals and The Human Body – Lens Books

ANIMALS A Lens Book By: Valentina Facci Translated by: Sally-Ann Delvino Illustrated by: Alberto Borgo Published: May 1, 2018 Publisher: Running Press Kids Non-Fiction   See inside the animals with a unique 3D lens. Each color of the lens shows a different perspective of the workings inside our favorite animals including vertebrates and invertebrates, mammals,…
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