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The Oregon Trail: The Journey Across the Country from Lewis and Clark to the Transcontinental Railroad
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If you travel across certain parts of the United States, you can still see wagon wheel ruts where people crossed the West in search of opportunity and better lives more than 200 years ago! The Oregon... More > Trail: The Journey Across the Country from Lewis and Clark to the Transcontinental Railroad offers readers ages 9 to 12 a fascinating look at the explorers and settlers who traveled this route during the westward expansion of the United States. Delve into the explorations of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark and other explorers in this fun, fact-filled American history book for kids! Learn about the more than half a million people who followed the Oregon Trail during the nineteenth century. What challenges did these pioneers face on the 2,170-mile journey? How were Native American tribes and nations affected by this mass migration?< Less
Meteorology: Cool Women Who Weather Storms
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Does the weather fascinate you? Are you curious about where storms get their strength? Do you ever think about what the long-term effect of weather patterns will be on the earth? Meteorology: Cool... More > Women Who Weather Storms introduces readers ages 9 to 12 to three women working in meteorology who are making an impact and inspiring future generations of meteorologists. Introduces readers to real women who are making strides in the field of meteorology, making career goals feel obtainable. Educators have observed that interest in science and math tends to dissipate in girls between the ages 7 to 10 and have cited the value of role models to a female student’s continued interest in STEM subjects.< Less
Cells: Experience Life At Its Tiniest
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Illustrated by Alexis Cornell. If you look at a piece of a leaf or a drop of saliva through a microscope, what do you see? Cells are the basic building blocks of life—they make up every living... More > thing, from plants to humans to bacteria! More than 250 years ago, scientists discovered that all living things are made up of cells. Since then, cell science has been a foundational step on the path to understanding why living things function and develop and how we can use our knowledge of cells to improve health, food, criminal investigations, and more. In Cells: Experience Life at Its Tiniest, readers ages 12 to 15 investigate these basic building blocks of life and learn how they affect every aspect of our lives. Essential questions in every chapter, links to primary sources, and engaging activities provide an interactive experience and promote further exploration beyond the page to deepen kids’ curiosity about this topic. Includes hands-on STEM projects! Build 3-D models of different kinds of cells< Less
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