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Books About Math and Science

Air Is Everywhere

by Melissa Stewart
ISBN: 9780756506384

Provides interesting facts about air, along with photographs and experiments that will help readers understand the power and force of air.

An Egg Is Quiet

by Dianna Aston
ISBN: 9780811844284

Wonderfully illustrated introduction to eggs for young readers; includes an array of facts on 60 types of eggs.

Biggest, Strongest, Fastest

by Steve Jenkins
ISBN: 9780395697016

Illustrated with cut paper collages, this book is an appealing introduction to the 'world records' held by 14 animals with unique characteristics—the anaconda, which can swallow a whole goat or the Etruscan shrew, a mammal so small it can sleep in a teaspoon.

Cottontails: Little Rabbits of Field and Forest (Kids Want to Know Series)

by Ron Fisher
ISBN: 9780870447693

Informational text and beautiful photography explores the lives of fourteen types of cottontail rabbits and their environments. Includes additional information about rabbits from around the world.

Count Down to Fall

by Fran Hawk
ISBN: 9781934359945

Vibrant and detailed illustrations accompany rhyming verse to explore the season, the trees, the leaves, and the woodland animals, all while counting down from ten to one.

Find the Constellations

by H.A. Rey
ISBN: 9780395245095

N.A. Rey, the author and illustrator behind the Curious George books, provides an enjoyable and informative guide to the constellations and stargazing.

How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin?

by Margaret McNamara
ISBN: 9780375940149

A teacher brings in a variety of pumpkins and has her students guess the number of seeds in the pumpkins. Charlie, who is the smallest boy in the class, feels frustrated when he has to guess last but is surprised when they crack open the pumpkins.

I Face the Wind

by Vicki Cobb
ISBN: 9780688178406

Irresistible illustrations and simple facts combine to teach young readers the properties of air. The- book also inetudes instructions for easy experiments that will excite and interest budding scientists.

I Love Dirt!: 52 Activities to Help You and Your Kids Discover the Wonders of Nature

by Jennifer Ward
ISBN: 9781590305355

Includes 52 fun, interactive activities to help children engage with the outdoors. From the city to the wide-open meadows of the country—each activity is meant to promote exploration, stimulate imagination, and heighten a child's sense of wonder.

Janice VanCleave's Play and Find Out About Science

by Janice Pratt VanCleave
ISBN: 9780585343402

This fun, activity-driven book introduces children to four scientific arenas: physical science, nature, bugs, and the human body.

Lots of Ladybugs! Counting by Fives

by Michael Dahl
ISBN: 9781404811188

In this delightful book about counting, readers are introduced to counting by finding hidden numbers and counting spots on the back of ladybugs.

The Magic School Bus Inside the Human Body

by Joanna Cole
ISBN: 9780590414265

Ms. Fizzle, an unorthodox teacher, takes her class on a magical trip inside the body of one of the students in order to teach them about the workings of the human body.


by Nic Bishop
ISBN: 9780439877565

Realistic photographs accompany this informative resource on spiders. Includes plenty of interesting facts that will have readers wanting to read more about arachnids.

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