Children

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At first glance, Why Can’t I Feel the Earth Spinning? seems to be a book of random and interesting STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) facts.

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“The Bluest of Blues represents a win for spotlighting the significant historical contributions of a uniquely talented woman who was gifted with an imagination in

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“Gittel's Journey: An Ellis Island Story is historical fiction at its picture book finest.” 

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The press release for this book reads “Tyson covers all the major concepts in astrophysics, and does so in an accessible but never condescending style.” It is indeed true that the major concepts ar

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“It is hopeful that his book will inspire young readers to learn more about America’s many silent heroes. . . .

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Woke Baby is a book of for the times. “Woke Baby, up before the sun smiles, eyes open./” The illustrated baby of color has two clenched fists and on eye open, one closed.

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“Leonardo's Science Workshop is a book for highly intelligent children who enjoy self-directed science projects.

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“No one was awake to see it except Rickman the cat.”

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Brad Meltzer, the award-winning New York Times bestselling author of suspense novels for adults such as The Escape Artist, Heroes for My Son, and Heroes for My Daughter h

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History buffs, educators, and even adventure-seekers love to discover unsung movers and shakers—especially stories that include elusive African American heroines whose lives and achievements have b

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“Stunning photographs . . . fascinating information . . .”

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Peter Frankopan is professor of global history at the University of Oxford. Steeped in knowledge of the world’s past he has written this book for his four children.

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“Struttin' with Some Barbecue provides an important introduction to a musical figure most people won't have heard of, along with the story of her better-known part

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Ocean: A Visual Miscellany is a large book, surprisingly done in black and blue ink only, not what one thinks of when thinking of a book about some of the most colorful scenery on Earth.

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"While the concept of The Big Sticker Book of the Blue is excellent and is certain to appeal to both parents and children, the mechanics of the book may make the b

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Have you ever wondered about the growing up years of Albert Einstein, Benjamin Franklin, Marie Curie, and Stephen Hawking?

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Little Dreamers: Visionary Women Around the World, is a book about 37 (plus 18) women and their contributions to art, science, and math.

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P is for Pterodactyl is an alphabet book about words with silent first letters.

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Daring Chemistry is one of a series of science books designed for young readers (ages nine and up).

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Hands-on assembly is the result of this project based book, Terrific Timelines: Fashion. Part of a series of Terrific Timelines titles, including chronologically lined-up Dinosaurs

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“Leonardo da Vinci: Meet the Artist is a valiant and, on the whole, successful introduction to this fascinating man.

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In the third picture book by this talented team, I Am Human teaches both compassion and mindfulness, popular trends in children's books these days.

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This tiny book is packed with fun facts about Charles Darwin, one of the most famous scientists of all times.

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One of our era’s most popular artists and a leading art critic take us on a tour from cave paintings  to computer drawings.

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