Juvenile Nonfiction, Science & Nature
The Joy of Thinking
Mathematical and Scientific Thinking Skills for Young MInds by Glenn Dee
You can develop your observational, analytical, visual, and critical thinking skills, and have fun doing it! Start with your own natural curiosity, knowledge, and insights, then, by using a small and familiar data set, you will learn how ...
by Elizabeth Dozois
So many of us grew up hating science because of the way it was taught. If we want kids to get excited about STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math), we need to connect that learning to real-world power and discovery. KID POWER! follows two ...
Pip the Orphaned Otter
by Eva Claeys
Ever since the night Pip got lost looking for his mother, he has lived in a strange place full of humans. They bring him food and keep him safe, and they teach him things just like his mother used to. Someday he’ll get to return to the wild and find ...
Hamburger and French Flies
A Barn Swallow's Story by Carol Kent
Hamburger and French Flies: A Barn Swallow’s Story is the incredible true story of a barn swallow who survived against harrowing odds. Knocked from its nest when only days old, Raven was taken in by a student named Carol, who was spending her summer ...
A Journey From Egg to Frog by Kasia Pintscher
Little Bark is a small frog on a big journey. Follow Little Bark from egg to tadpole to froglet to adult—and learn other facts about frogs along the way! Little Bark: A Journey from Egg to Frog is an interactive STEM picture book that explores the ...
The Planets and Me
Astrology for the Wild Child by Lady Samantha
The Sun is the centre of who we are. It is the "I am" in each one of us. The Moon nurtures us at night. It represents how we feel and how we care. Mercury is our voice and how we learn and Venus is our style of expression and how we love. Through ...
The Alphabet and Animals
by Caroline Springer Marchand
A is for Alligator! Did you know that a group of Alligators is called a Congregation? Learn the alphabet like never before with this clever and educational children’s book all about groups of animals. Did You Know? The Alphabet and Animals: Book ...
Learning To Count with the Help of Animal Families
by Caroline Springer Marchand
Did you know? A Mommy Cat is called a Queen A Daddy Cat is called a Tomcat A Baby Cat is called a Kitten Learning should be fun! My goal is for the child to have fun learning to count from 1 to 20. I also wanted both the child and the adult reader ...
Skully the Peg Legged Skeleton
Learns About Bones by Brittaney Tompkins
Go on a fun and knowledgeable adventure with your new friend, Skully the peglegged Skeleton! Learn about the bones in your body and what they do. Stay entertained with guided illustrations and fun movements to help you and the family follow along as ...
Aloe to ZZ
A Tropical Houseplant ABC Adventure by Erica Henderson
From beautiful begonias to the voracious Venus flytrap, join the mischievous bug brothers as they discover the colourful and fantastical world of tropical houseplants. Aloe to ZZ takes readers through the ABCs using alliterative text that is fun to ...