The Wonders of Science Books
Discover mysteries seen and unseen with fiction and nonfiction about the natural world, biology, chemistry, and more.
Scholastic Science Supergiants: Did It Take Creativity to Find Relativity, Albert Einstein?
Series: Scholastic Science Supergiants
by Gilda Berger , Melvin Berger Illustrated by Brandon Dorman
A friendly writing style, attractive design, and rigorous standards for research will make this the perfect introduction to Albert Einstein for younger readers.
MSB Science Reader: Gets Caught in a Web
Series: Scholastic Reader, Level 2
by Jeanette Lane Illustrated by Ted Enik
When Ms. Frizzle’s class is learning about spiders, they take a trip to meet a spider expert but discover that she’s missing. Then the bus turns into a moth, and the class gets a very close look at some spiders and their webs.Read More
Scholastic First Encyclopedia: How Things Work
Series: Scholastic First Encyclopedia
by Claire Llewellyn Illustrated by Arthur Phillips
Covering all the basic questions a young child may have about the who, what, why, and especially the how of everyday things, this reference focusses on how things are made, built, refined, and used by people.