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  • Seasons

    Lisa Trumbauer

    Library Binding (Capstone Press, Sept. 1, 2000)
    Trumbauer, Lisa
  • Let's Look at Rocks

    Jeri S. Cipriano

    Hardcover (Capstone Press, Sept. 1, 2003)
    Provides an introduction to rocks, along with where rocks can be found, and their history. Also informs on how rocks are used today.
  • Water

    Lisa Trumbauer

    Library Binding (Capstone Press, Jan. 1, 2006)
    Text and pictures present the different forms water can take including rain, snow, ice, hail, dew, steam, and fog.
  • Runway ZomBee

    J. A. Watson, Arpad Olbey

    Hardcover (Jolly Fish Press, Sept. 1, 2018)
    Its summer vacation, but twelve-year-old Raksha isnt doing much relaxing. There is one project left before her Science Squad team earns their last badge (and a trip to Hawaii on the line!), when she gets an opportunity to attend a highly competitive fashion camp that is too good to pass up. It isnt long before her Science Squad work hunting for zombie bees is taking over her life. She hardly has time to prepare for her fashion camp runway show. Can Raksha pull it all together and prove that she can be both a fashion queen and a science geek? Welcome to the Science Squad, a citizen science organization for curious kids who love nature and science! Follow along as Squad members journal their efforts to make a difference in the world around them.
  • Dangerous Diseases: Scary Illnesses that Frighten the World

    Kristine Carlson Asselin, Mitchell Walkowicz

    Paperback (Capstone Press, Jan. 1, 2014)
    Crusty pink scabs. Explosive diarrhea. Black, swollen bumps. These symptoms arenโ€™t just the stuff of gross out stories and horror movies. They are real symptoms, caused by real diseases. And some people are suffering from them right now.
  • Light and Shadow

    Susan Ring

    Library Binding (Capstone Press, Jan. 1, 2003)
    Introduces different kinds of light, the properties of light, and how light can create shadows of different shapes and sizes.
  • National Geographic Our World

    National Geographic Society

    Hardcover (National Geographic Children's Books, July 11, 2006)
    The National Geographic Society's world-renowned cartographers are proud to present a state-of-the-art world atlas for children ages 3 to 6. This updated edition of the award-winning National Geographic Our World: A Child's First Picture Atlas uses a puzzle-piece motif to introduce children to maps and geography and is the result of careful collaboration with experts in early childhood education. This big, boldly illustrated atlas invites young adventurers to explore the world's places, people, and animals. Lively text, pictures, and interactive activities make it easy and fun for kids to learn about and understand their world. In today's interconnected world, kids hear different languages, see different types of clothing, and eat food from different countries every day. Toys, televisions, and clothing all have labels saying where they were made. Children's natural curiosity will demand they know where these places are, who lives there, and what kind of things they do. This bright, beautiful atlas, chock-full of fun facts, ensures that even the youngest kids have the learning tools they need to find the answers to their questions. This updated edition features: 3 world maps, 7 continent maps, United States map, Canada map, 75 full-color illustrations, interactive activities, glossary, and pronunciation guide. There's a great big wonderful world out there for kids to explore with the mapping experts at National Geographic.
  • The Story of Orange Juice

    Lisa Trumbauer

    Library Binding (Capstone Press, Jan. 1, 2006)
    Explains how oranges are grown and harvested, and how orange juice is produced.
  • My Apple Tree

    David Bauer

    Paperback (Capstone Press, Sept. 1, 2002)
    Text and photos present apple trees.
  • A Year in the Desert

    Lisa Trumbauer

    Library Binding (Capstone Press, Jan. 1, 2006)
    Introduces the weather seasons experienced in the Sonoran Desert.
  • Introduction to Plant Science

    Rick Parker

    Hardcover (Cengage Learning, March 19, 2003)
    This revised text provides a comprehensive introduction to the fascinating world of plant science. From the basic requirements for plant growth, to genetic engineering and biotechnology, this easy- to- understand book is ideal for the high school level agriscience curriculum or college freshman level plant science course. Students will learn about the origins of cultivated plants, structure and anatomy, photosynthesis, respiration, propagation, production of major agronomic crops, and more.
  • Animals in Danger

    Ellen Catala

    Library Binding (Capstone Press, Jan. 1, 2006)
    Introduces concepts of extinction and preservation of endangered animals.