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Coder in Training by Cath Ard
Step into the shoes of a coder! Learn all about coding using Scratch and other programs, discover what skills you need to code and how you can use your coding knowledge to create your very own website. Have you got what it takes to be a coder in training? Packed with bite-size information and fun facts ...Show more
Sports Star in Training by Cath Ard
Step into the running shoes of an athlete! Learn all about athletics, the skills you need to be successful, how to choose the sport that suits you best, the training you have to undergo and how to be fit and healthy. Have you got what it takes to be an athlete in training? Packed with bite-size inform ...Show more
Fabulous Figures and Cool Calculations (STEM Quest) by Colin Stuart
Mathematics is the language of the universe, everything around us! Can you crack it and become an incredible maths genius? Play awesome number bingo, make chocolate crispy cakes with the ingredient ratios, build a 3D pyramid, create your own unique tessellation masterpiece, and much more! With over 30 ...Show more
Tools, Robotics and Gadgets Galore (STEM Quest) by Nick Arnold
Technology is about gadgets, inventions and every product ever made. So, are you ready to come up with the next big thing? Make your own stethoscope, build a speedy jet boat, concoct your own plastic, create a biotech yummy yoghurt, and much more! With over 30 astonishing do-at-home experiments, extrao ...Show more
Changing Water by Katie Peters
Category: Junior Nonfiction | Series: Science All Around Me (Pull Ahead Readers -- Nonfiction) Ser.
Learn about different states of matter by examining water as liquid, solid, and gas. Pair this photo-driven nonfiction title with its illustrated fiction companion book, Making Tea.
What Are Conspiracy Theories? by Margaret J. Goldstein
As part of the Searchlight Books collection, this series explores the various types of fake news and the roles they play in our world. Fascinating text, fun photos, and engaging captions will help you understand what fake news is and how to spot it. Book jacket.
Mission HTML by Sheela Preuitt
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to learn HTML and use it to create a web page. HTML is a type of code that makes a set of letters, numbers, and symbols appear on your phone or computer as a streamlined page of text and images. Learn the basics of this type of code and follow step-by-ste ...Show more
Cutting-Edge Brain Science by Buffy Silverman
What's the fastest, most complex computer we know of? The human brain. The latest in brain science comes straight out of science fiction, as researchers use artificial intelligence and neuron mapping to understand our brains' complex machinery. Explore how what you eat affects your memory and whether we ...Show more
Creating Art Together by Robin Johnson
From painting murals to playing in orchestras, artists around the world often combine their ideas and talents together to make art in many different forms. Read about how working together helps create beautiful and unique art!
Mission Python by Sheela Preuitt
Python is a simple but powerful programming language. You can use it to create computer games and even entire websites. Learn the basics of this code and follow step-by-step instructions to complete your Python mission! Book jacket.
Ninja Weapons by Jon M. Fishman
Did ninja really use shuriken, or throwing stars? Did female ninja carry fans made of steel? Find out what is myth and what is fact while exploring the tools and weapons of the ninja.
The Five Parts of Art by Robin Johnson
Art you can look at and enjoy, such as a painting, is made by combining five basic parts: line, color, shape, space, and texture. Read about how the parts work together to create a great variety of interesting art!