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Earth Satellites

Allan Morey (author)

Publisher: Bellwether Media Inc. ISBN: 9781681034294

It was an Earth satellite that started the space race between Russia and the United States. Russia sent Sputnik 1 into space in 1957, and the U.S. responded with Explorer 1 in 1958. In this high-interest title, reluctant readers will learn all about the machines that first signaled the space age.

Space Robots

Elizabeth Noll (author)

Publisher: Bellwether Media Inc. ISBN: 9781681034225

Exploring the universe greatly depends on space robots. They go where astronauts cannot go and survive where astronauts cannot survive. Food, water, sleep, and oxygen are not required for them to function, and radiation exposure is not a concern. Young readers curious about space will gravitate toward this high-interest title.

The Hubble Space Telescope

Allan Morey (author)

Publisher: Bellwether Media Inc. ISBN: 9781681034300

The Hubble Space Telescope is a lens for discovering the hidden secrets of outer space. The tool has zoomed in on unknown galaxies! This book gives young readers a close-up of the Hubble Space Telescope, showing off its mirrors, cameras, solar panels, and more.

Mars Rovers

Allan Morey (author)

Publisher: Bellwether Media Inc. ISBN: 9781681034331

Explorers of the fourth planet from the sun, Mars rovers collect rock and soil samples with their robotic arms. They also snap pictures of the Red Planet. Curious young readers can wander around with rovers in this book to look for signs of life on Mars.

Lunar Probes

Allan Morey (author)

Publisher: Bellwether Media Inc. ISBN: 9781681034324

Did you know that more than 70 probes have been sent to the moon in the past 50 years? Their missions have included orbiting the moon to take pictures and gathering samples of moon material. This children’s title maps the probe-driven progress on making the moon a base for space exploration.

Robonauts

Allan Morey (author)

Publisher: Bellwether Media Inc. ISBN: 9781681034348

Robonauts have been built to be substitutes for astronauts. They are made to look and move much like humans so they can take over time-consuming or dangerous space work. This high-interest book lays out the similarities and differences between astronauts and their high-tech doppelgangers.

The International Space Station

Allan Morey (author)

Publisher: Bellwether Media Inc. ISBN: 9781681034317

The largest space machine to ever orbit Earth is the International Space Station. It is essentially a giant science lab for astronauts. Interested young readers are invited to enter the International Space Station in this title and defy gravity like the astronauts inside.

Factory Robots

Elizabeth Noll (author)

Publisher: Bellwether Media Inc. ISBN: 9781681034171

General Motors brought the first factory robot to life in 1961. The 4,000-pound assembly-line robot was named Unimate. It proved it could build cars twice as fast as humans could! In this children’s tech title, the behind-the-scenes robots that make factory work fly get much-deserved attention.

Military Robots

Elizabeth Noll (author)

Publisher: Bellwether Media Inc. ISBN: 9781681034201

Soldiers regularly put themselves in harm’s way to promote peace and protect freedom. This means they have great appreciation for their robotic stand-ins— PackBots. The remote-controlled robots especially save the day when they find hidden bombs! This book puts kids on a reading mission to discover how robots serve the military.

Flying Robots

Elizabeth Noll (author)

Publisher: Bellwether Media Inc. ISBN: 9781681034188

The MQ-1 Predator drone served the U.S. military well for over two decades. The flying robot’s early missions were surveillance and reconnaissance. But in time, the drone became armed with Hellfire missiles for attack missions. This STEM-aligned title shows interested readers robots that don’t stay grounded.

Wasps

Patrick Perish (author)

Publisher: Bellwether Media Inc. ISBN: 9781681033983

A wasp might sting you, but you can’t say you weren’t warned! Wasps have bright colors to caution that they do have a dangerous side. This insect introduction makes it safe for beginning readers to get up close to wasps and enter their world.

Ladybugs

Christina Leaf (author)

Publisher: Bellwether Media Inc. ISBN: 9781681033976

Ladybugs are pest control workers in bright, polka-dotted uniforms. These little exterminators take care of aphids and other insect menaces for farmers by eating them up! This bug profile shows kids that ladybugs are more than just beautiful beetles—they are insects with purpose.

Honeybees

Christina Leaf (author)

Publisher: Bellwether Media Inc. ISBN: 9781681033969

Honeybees are in the honey-making business. These insects turn nectar collected from plants into honey and then store it in honeycombs. In this book, young kids will job-shadow honeybees working hard in their hives. Readers will see how busy bees make productivity look fascinating.

Aphids

Patrick Perish (author)

Publisher: Bellwether Media Inc. ISBN: 9781681033884

Did you know that aphids poop honeydew? It’s true! And it’s also fact that ants harvest this sweet poo. In this insect introduction, early readers will see aphids more as honeydew suppliers than pests. Red ones, black ones, green ones, woolly ones, and winged ones are all swarming in this title!

Dragonflies

Patrick Perish (author)

Publisher: Bellwether Media Inc. ISBN: 9781681033921

Some adult dragonflies can fly as fast as 60 miles per hour—a common speed limit for cars on a highway! Quick flight is essential for them to catch prey in midair. In this children’s title, readers will travel alongside dragonflies moving from page to page.

Cicadas

Christina Leaf (author)

Publisher: Bellwether Media Inc. ISBN: 9781681033907

The last insect to need a megaphone would be a cicada. No bug is louder than a male cicada buzzing for a female! This title shouts cool cicada facts at kids, including that cicada noisemakers are called tymbals and that nymphs can stay underground for up to 17 years!

Fireflies

Christina Leaf (author)

Publisher: Bellwether Media Inc. ISBN: 9781681033945

Fireflies are among nature’s tiniest luminaries. They are special in their ability to light up and blink at one another. Though they do not live for more than a couple months, they sure shine bright while alive! This title casts fireflies in a beautiful light for beginning readers.

Grasshoppers

Patrick Perish (author)

Publisher: Bellwether Media Inc. ISBN: 9781681033952

If insects held their version of the Olympic games, a grasshopper would for sure make the podium for the long jump event. The long-legged insect can jump forward 20 times its body length! Elementary readers will make leaps in their understanding of grasshoppers in this book.

Damselflies

Christina Leaf (author)

Publisher: Bellwether Media Inc. ISBN: 9781681033914

Damselflies could very well be part of the inspiration for the term “bug-eyed.” Their compound eyes are huge and protruding! Young readers will look with amazement at damselflies flying, eating, molting, and more in this insect close-up. A staring contest is on!

Ants

Patrick Perish (author)

Publisher: Bellwether Media Inc. ISBN: 9781681033877

The insect symbol of hard work just might be a worker ant. A worker ant’s life is fully committed to finding food for a colony and caring for young. This book for beginning readers magnifies an insect that can carry more than its own weight!

Butterflies

Christina Leaf (author)

Publisher: Bellwether Media Inc. ISBN: 9781681033891

Butterflies always use a straw when sipping nectar. This is because their mouths are crafted like suction tubes. In this insect profile, young readers are invited to travel from page to page like butterflies travel from flower to flower. They will drink up juicy information about butterfly basics.

Earwigs

Patrick Perish (author)

Publisher: Bellwether Media Inc. ISBN: 9781681033938

An earwig has a Captain Hook appearance, with “pincers” attached to its back end. But honestly, the insect looks scarier than it is. Early learners will want to poke around this book to explore how earwigs look and behave. They are sure to get hooked on reading!

Sea Dragons

Heather Adamson (author)

Publisher: Bellwether Media Inc. ISBN: 9781681033747

A leafy or a weedy. Every sea dragon is one or the other. Leafies have the advantage when it comes to being underwater masters of disguise. They look just like pieces of swaying seaweed! In this book, young readers can compare and contrast leafy and weedy sea dragons.

Orcas

Heather Adamson (author)

Publisher: Bellwether Media Inc. ISBN: 9781681033730

Every orca pod has its very own theme song! Musical elements include whistles, clicks, and pops. “Singing” is the orca way of communicating, navigating, and hunting. This read offers young children the chance to get in tune with the world’s largest dolphin species.

Sea Urchins

Heather Adamson (author)

Publisher: Bellwether Media Inc. ISBN: 9781681033761

Sea urchins look like fireworks exploding underwater. The spines that create their unusual appearance do have a purpose: they protect the tiny animals from dangerous predators. In this title, sea urchins of all shapes, sizes, and colors are on display for early readers!