Explains the workings of lasers and surveys the uses of lasers in areas such as industry, medicine, chemistry, and communications
100 First-Prize Make-It-Yourself Science Fair Projects
Suggests science projects involving electricity, light, sound, biology, chemistry, weather, and ecology
The Ultimate Guide to Your Microscope
Illustrated throughout with photomicrographs, and complete with a reproducible form for documenting specimens, an in-depth guide explains how to put bugs, water, food, plants and pollen, and even parts of the body (like fingernails) under the scope for a close-up glimpse while also explaining how to identify the microscope's different pieces and how to focus properly. Original.
The Icky Bug Alphabet Book
Introduces the characteristics and activities of insects and other crawly creatures from A to Z, beginning with the ant and concluding with the zebra butterfly.
The Incredible Journey Through the Human Body
Takes readers on a trip through the human body, with die-cut holes in each page giving a view of each organ and its function.
Uses cartoon-style characters and everyday situations to explain the basic elements of physics.
There's No Place Like Space
Dr. Seuss's Cat in the Hat introduces Sally and Dick to the planets, stars, and moons in our universe
Archaeology for Young Explorers
Uncovering History at Colonial Williamsburg
Loon and Moon
And Other Animal Stories
These collected tales are outstanding read-aloud stories for families, teachers, librarians and, of course, children. Some stories are original, some are based on traditional tales from other cultures, and some are new twists on familiar stories.
The Kid Who Named Pluto and the Stories of Other Extraordinary Young People in Science
A collection of profiles of children and young adults whose scientific inventions made an impact on the world, including Louis Braille who discovered a way for the blind to read and write.