by Knight, Amitha Jagannath
When sisters Usha and Aarti look up at the stars, they see different things. Aarti sees the Big Dipper, but Usha sees the Big DIGGER. And cousin Gloria sees the Big Kite! Could they all be right? A playful introduction to geometry and spatial relationships, featuring Indian American characters and a note about cultures and constellations.
Georgia’s Terrific, Colorific Experiment
by Persico, Zoe
Georgia wants to be a scientist, and a great one at that. But in order become a great scientist, she must first create her own, unique experiment. Her mother, father, grandma, and brother all want to help, but they’re artists. How could they possibly help her with science?
How to Do a Science Experiment
by Reagan, Jean
This Step into Reading story features a sweet Grandma and grandchild relationship and all the silly, sticky moments that come with creating an at-home experiment. Perfect for children who are ready to read on their own!
Libby Loves Science: Mix and Measure
by Derting, Kimberly
The Loves Science books introduce readers to girls who love science, as well as basic concepts of science, technology, engineering, and math. This Level 3 I Can Read! focuses on basic chemistry and friendship.
by Brewington, George
In this fun-filled, action-packed middle grade novel, three young inventors are offered the chance to work at the renowned Dr. Flax’s laboratory–where dazzling science, new friendships, and killer robots await.
by Krulik, Nancy E.
With lively two-color art throughout and a fun hands-on simple machine activity, this eggs-ellent hilarious young chapter book series starter is a Grade-A pick for emerging readers to get them eggs-ited about science and math.
by Lacika, Jenny
Rafael quiere proteger sus juguetes de Essie, su hermanita. Para eso busca materiales en su casa para construir un muro que sea lo suficientemente alto y ancho como para que Essie no pase. Pero ese muro sera lo suficientemente fuerte? Y que quiere Essie realmente?
by Johnson, Robin
From painting murals to playing in orchestras, artists around the world often combine their ideas and talents together to make art in many different forms. Read about how working together helps create beautiful and unique art!
Crayola STEAM Teams: Creativity, Innovation, and Teamwork
by Kurtz, Kevin
Take a look at the many ways that teams use STEAM to solve problems. From developing smartphones to capturing images of black holes, there’s nothing teams can’t do when they work together!
by Setford, Steve
The STEAM team provides all the answers in this colorful, fact-packed, and informative book, explaining more than 100 key STEAM concepts in a clear way that will appeal to children aged five and above.
by Zimmer, Marc
Learn how science is done, from the basic scientific method to the vetting process that scientific papers must go through to become published; how and why some people intentionally or unintentionally spread misinformation; and the dangers in believing and spreading false information.
by Calvert, Jennifer
Discover the triumphs, curiosity, and hard work of female trailblazers whose love of science spurred revolutionary advances.
Women Discoverers: Top Women in Science
by Moinard, Marie
From Ada Lovelace (computing) to Marie Curie (Physics and Chemistry) these exceptional women enabled the world to advance in all fields of science including space exploration (Mae Jamison), telecommunications (the actress and genius discoverer Hedy Lamarr) and Biology (Rosalind Franklin).
Bill Nye’s Great Big World of Science
by Nye, Bill
Nye and coauthor Gregory Mone present the most difficult theories and facts in an easy to comprehend, humorous way. They interviewed numerous specialists from around the world, in each of the fields discussed, whose insights are included throughout.
Raising Humans in a Digital World
by Graber, Diana
The Internet can be a scary, dangerous place especially for children. This book shows parents how to help digital kids navigate this environment .Full of practical tips grounded in academic research and hands-on experience, today’s parents finally have what they’ve been waiting for–a guide to raising digital kids who will become the positive and successful leaders our world desperately needs.
by Allman, Toney
Using genetics, drugs are being developed from bacteria, viruses are carrying new coding instructions into human bodies, cancer treatments are targeting the specific gene mutations from which the disease arises, and individual genetic profiles are determining both the risk of and treatments for some diseases.
by Jackson, Tom
This handy visual dictionary covers the key topics in the core STEM subjects of biology, chemistry, and physics. Through unique and popular Basher illustrative approach of capturing key scientific concepts as quirky but memorable characters, combined with the informative, humorous, and accessible text of science author Tom Jackson.
by Ignotofsky, Rachel
It’s a scientific fact: Women rock! This fascinating, educational collection features 50 illustrated portraits of trailblazing women in STEM throughout history.