Paisley and Ben build a robot to help with chores, but things get out of hand.
Insects that survive by living off another insect, animal, or person.
Insects are eaten around the world, and may be better for people than other protein sources.
This title highlights all the gross stuff your body produces everyday.
Insects produce materials people use every day, from honey to food coloring.
Marketing is focused in this STEAM driven title for students addressing the degrees and duties of someone working in marketing.
This title gives the history of the Dodge Charger and how it has changed and evolved over the years as one of America's favorite automobiles.
This title gives the history of the famous Corvette and how it has improved and changed over the years.
This title highlights all the gross smells our noses sense every day.
This title gives the history of the famous Porsche 911 and how it has evolved and changed throughout the years.
This title gives the history of the famous Ford Mustang and how it has changed and evolved throughout the years.
This book takes a look at how insects break down animal and plant matter.
Gaming is focused in this STEAM driven title for students addressing all the jobs and cutting edge techniques used in the development of video games.
This book gives insights into the processes involved in creating and braodcasting television shows, and explains how each STEAM field is involved.
Insect pollinators are critical to a balanced ecosystem.
Always know where you are by using a GPS locator. Includes characteristics, uses, how it works, and future applications.
From how a frog's life begins as a tadpole to the transformation into a webbed-footed amphibian, this title gives students all the information they could ever want to learn about frogs - their habitats, diets, the differences between frogs and toads and the discovery of new species found by scientists around the world are all discussed.
This book explores how human activity affects the Earth, e.g. the effects of human activity on groundwater and surface water, habitat destruction, construction, emissions, and pollution.
This book discusses how the Earth rotates on its axis, causing day and night, and revolves around the Sun, causing changes in season and weather occurrences.
An overview of the tools used in various fields of science from microscopes to telescopes.
This book takes a look at animal and human cells, and the internal structures that allow them to obtain energy, get rid of wastes, and grow and reproduce.
Discover the processes that form everything from the smallest pebbles to the highest mountains.
A taste of sunshine! Take a look at the fascinating ways the Sun is involved in food production.
This book explores the organisms involved in composting as well as the biological processes involved, including a breakdown of primary, secondary, and tertiary level consumers.
This book explores the science behind modern technology: TV, radio, Internet, cell phones/mobile devices, Earth to space communication, satellites, and GPS. It also expands students' understanding of light and sound as mechanisms of energy transfer and transfer of information between objects that are not in contact. In additional it also covers scientists and discoveries that led to modern technology.