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How Do You Know?

How Do You Know?, written by Deborah W. Trotter and illustrated by Julie Downing, is an engaging story about a little girl who wakes up in the morning to find that everything outside has disappeared! 80 more words

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On a Beam of Light: A Story of Albert Einstein

Have you ever wondered why the mirror fogs up when you take a hot shower? Or why you can stick your hand into a cold bucket of water but not into an ice cube? 147 more words

Science

Inside Your Insides: A Guide to the Microbes That Call You Home

“You might think you’re alone, but you’re not. Ever” (4).

Inside Your Insides: A Guide to the Microbes That Call You Home, written by Claire Eamer and illustrated by Marie-Eve Tremblay, details the wonderful world of microbiomes and the microorganisms that inhabit them. 217 more words

Science

Girls Research! Amazing Tales of Female Scientists

Girls Research! Amazing Tales of Female Scientists by Jennifer Phillips is a wonderful informational text which surveys some of the amazing discoveries made by female scientists. 124 more words

Science

Head Lice

Head Lice by Elsie Gravel is a 2015 picture book that provides readers with quality information in child friendly language. The illustrations are a tactful addition to the text as they add a hint of humor to a topic that may be unnerving or scary for some students. 65 more words

Science

Head Lice by Elise Gravel

How may times have you wanted to pick up a book and read about head lice?  Never?  Same.  However, in Head Lice by Elise Gravel, we learn the facts about a creature that is feared by parents and teachers alike.   58 more words

Nonfiction

On A Beam of Light: A Story of Albert Einstein By Jennifer Berne

In this simple and beautiful story readers learn about how a quiet little boy with many quirks grew up to a key player in the scientific community.   90 more words

Nonfiction