STEM

Children’s Book Review: The Secret Science of Sports by Jennifer Swanson

Helping kids understand the science behind their particular sport will help them become better overall athletes in whatever sport they decide to play.
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Children’s Book Review: Who is a Scientist? by Laura Gehl

There are all different types of scientists and they don't just sit in a lab behind a microscope but in their free time, they like to surf and bake and eat tacos.
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#NonFicNov Children’s Book Review: The Weather Pop-Up Book by Maike Biederstaedt

Kids can learn all about the weather through an informative pop-up book.
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Children’s Book Review: Code This! by Jennifer Szymanski

Middle-grade kids will love learning all about coding from the basics to even the more challenging experiments.
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Children’s Book Review: National Geographic Kids Almanac 2022 – Summer Read-to-Learn

National Geographic Kids Almanac 2022 offers kids plenty of opportunities to learn including the good things that came out of the pandemic, animals, science, technology, and more.
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Children’s Book Review: Beastly Bionics by Jennifer Swanson – Summer Read-to-Learn

Beastly Bionics are inventions based on the movements and bodies of animals and insects. Find out all the great inventions created based on animals.
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Children’s Book Review: Dream Big! by Abigail Harrison – Summer Read-to-Learn

Middle-Grade kids will learn to Dream Big! through this comprehensive guide to the steps it takes to narrow down, focus, and achieve their dreams.
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Children’s Book Review: Space Encyclopedia by David A. Aguilar

All things outer space are collected in the book featuring amazing photography and illustrations, charts and graphic, information boxes, fun facts, and of course, fun space jokes.
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Children’s Book Review: Sadie Sprocket Builds a Rocket by Sue Fliess

Sadie has a dream to travel to Mars. With a plan and a crew she meets her goal and lands on Mars. She may have trouble making it back to earth when a sandstorm comes up.
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#NonFicNov – National Geographic Kids Almanac 2021

National Geographic's Almanac 2021 for kids is full of fascinating facts and events worth remembering and learning about.
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