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Amphibians! in fact and fiction

I love frogs, so whenever I hear about a new frog book I just have to get my hands on it. Even if it's a silly story - like "999 Frogs and a Little Brother"
Sue Heavenrich
Oct 2

Fun novel that features STEM!

I love ants - so I could not wait to get my hands on the first book in a new series by Claudia Mills. Because who can resist a story about a fourth-grade
Sue Heavenrich
Sep 28

STEM and Art books

This Sunday night/early Monday morning you have the opportunity to see a lunar eclipse of this fall's "super moon". (unless clouds move in)Time of eclipse for
Sue Heavenrich
Sep 25

reading, easy-readers, and some cool science

I'm sending this out to homeschoolers and some educators today - feel free to share with others who might be interested. This week on my Sally's Bookshelf blog
Sue Heavenrich
Sep 18

Learning to Read & some books

The other day someone came into our library and asked "How can I get my son interested in reading?"We talked, and when I got home I decided to write a bunch of
Sue Heavenrich
Sep 14

STEM Friday and Picture Book Fun

I love spiders, so was really psyched to see a new book about spiders - with awesome up-close-and-personal photos. Check out Archimedes Notebook for a review
Sue Heavenrich
Sep 11

Tigers (and lions and.....)

I love that when you've got a bunch of crows hanging about, they're called a "murder". And a bunch of cattle is a herd. But what if you've got lions? Tigers?
Sue Heavenrich
Sep 4

two fun STEM books

We've got woodpeckers aplenty around us, so I was happy to see a new book about them: Woodpecker Wham! by April Pulley Sayre - over at Archimedes Notebook
Sue Heavenrich
Jun 26

National Pollinator Week and book by local author

A friend and local writer, Liz Rosenberg, has a new book out, "What James Said". My review -and interview with Liz- is posted at Sally's Bookshelf today:
Sue Heavenrich
Jun 19

science Friday

Next week is National Pollinator Week, so I've posted a whole bunch of "bee-watching" activities over at Archimedes Notebook.
Sue Heavenrich
Jun 12

books for science & fun

This is the year of the pollinator. Last month the White House released a plan to protect and enhance populations of Monarch butterflies and honey bees. If
Sue Heavenrich
Jun 5

Books about Rocks and Space Pets

Laura Purdie Salas has a new book in her wonderful "can be" series... "A Rock Can Be". Poetyry, art, science... perfect for kids (and adults) - Review plus
Sue Heavenrich
May 29

Rainy Day Reading

Today over at Sally's Bookshelf: a review of "Click", an ordinary reading lamp that does extraordinary things once the light goes
Sue Heavenrich
May 25

books for STEM and STEAM and just plain fun

Most people know STEM (science, technology, engineering, math). STEAM adds art (that's the A). And these two books have plenty of both. "Clink" is about a
Sue Heavenrich
May 22

great STEM picture books

Today I've posted reviews (and beyond-the-book activities) for two STEM picture books.High Tide for Horseshoe Crabs is packed full of info about the Delaware
Sue Heavenrich
May 8
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