by Barnes, Trevor
Explores the science of excavating and examining the debris of centuries of human life, from the Iron Age to recent history.
Pre-algebra and algebra
by Caron, Lucille
Introduces basic algebra, including integers and variables, explains problem solving techniques, and includes many examples.
What's your angle, Pythagoras? : a math adventure
by Ellis, Julie
In ancient Greece, young Pythagoras discovers a special number pattern (the Pythagorean theorem) and uses it to solve problems involving right triangles.
The drop goes plop : a first look at the water cycle
by Godwin, Sam
A mother and baby seagull follow the cycle of evaporation, condensation, and precipitation that provides fresh water to the earth and shows how water is brought to people´s homes.
Great graphs and sensational statistics : games and activities that make math easy and fun
by Long, Lynette.
Teaches the basics of pictographs, bar graphs, pie charts, line graphs and map charts.
The kid who named Pluto : and the stories of other extraordinary young people in science
by McCutcheon, Marc.
A collection of profiles of children and young adults whose scientific inventions made an impact on the world, including Louis Braille who discovered a way for the blind to read and write.
by Morgan, Nicola
When her parents decide to move their family to the English countryside, homeschool their children, and raise chickens, Becca tries to make friends with her new neighbors by hiding her diabetes and throwing a twelfth birthday party for herself.
Mummy math : an adventure in geometry
by Neuschwander, Cindy
Matt and Bibi are stuck inside a pyramid and must solve a geometric hieroglyphics puzzle to get out.
Sir Cumference and the sword in the cone : a math adventure
by Neuschwander, Cindy.
Sir Cumference, Radius, and Sir Vertex search for Edgecalibur, the sword that King Arthur has hidden in a geometric solid.
Bill Nye the Science Guy's great big book of tiny germs
by Nye, Bill.
Twelve germy experiments to help you understand those tiny germs!
by Pettigrew, Mark.
Looks at the origins of our planet, how Earth began, what it is made of, and the cause of phenomena such as volcanoes, earthquakes, and changes in climate.
How scientists work
by Rosinsky, Natalie M.
Find out what scientists really do during the day!
More sideways arithmetic from Wayside School
by Sachar, Louis
Join Mrs. Jewls´s class and try solving over fifty math puzzles and brainteasers.
Night sky atlas
by Scagell, Robin.
Featuring up-to-the-minute discoveries and state-of-the-art space photography, this atlas illustrates all that science has revealed about constellations, the evolution of stars and galaxies, and the planets in the solar system.
Science, fresh squeezed! : 41 thirst-for-knowledge-quenching poems
by Shields, Carol Diggory.
A collection of poems on such scientific topics as fossils, clones, the periodic table, inertia, and more.
A drop of blood
by Showers, Paul
A simple introduction to the composition and functions of blood.
Breakfast at Danny's Diner
by Stamper, Judith Bauer
Danny´s twin niece and nephew help him prepare to open his diner one morning but are soon overwhelmed by the work, until they put their multiplication skills to work.
by Stamper, Judith Bauer.
The Fractions team is coached by a math teacher who helps them learn while they play to become "number one" in soccer.
Math appeal : mind stretching math riddles
by Tang, Greg
Rhyming anecdotes present opportunities for simple math activities and hints for solving.
The grapes of math : mind-stretching math riddles
by Tang, Greg
Illustrated riddles introduce strategies for solving a variety of math problems in using visual clues.
Blades, boards & scooters
by Thomas, Keltie
The radical science behind some of today´s most exciting sports.
Blades, Boards & Scooters examines the dynamic science behind skateboards, snowboards, scooters and inline skates.
I am a home schooler
by Voetberg, Julie
Describes the experiences of an eight-year-old girl who is taught by her mother on their farm in Washington State.