The Wonders of Science Books
Discover mysteries seen and unseen with fiction and nonfiction about the natural world, biology, chemistry, and more.
Nic Bishop Spiders
Series: Nic Bishop
by Nic Bishop Illustrated by Nic Bishop
Exciting new reader from Nic Bishop! There are more than 38,000 types of spiders. They live almost everywhere, even in your basement! Spiders have eight legs and fangs. They spin silk into webs — and use the webs to catch their dinner!Read More
In Their Own Words: Thomas Edison
by George Sullivan
"I find out what the world needs. Then I go ahead and try to invent it." With these words, Thomas Edison explains how he developed ideas and turned them into useful inventions. Although he is most famous for inventing the light bulb, Edison is credited with hundreds of inventions.Read 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.