Elizabeth Schmermund is a writer, editor, scholar, and teacher. She has written more than 15 books for students and young readers, including New Frontiers in Astronomy, The Persian Gulf War and the War in Iraq, and Women Warriors. She lives in the New York metro area with her family.
Titles in this set include: Skyscrapers! With 25 Science Projects for Kids Tunnels! With 25 Science Projects for Kids Canals and Dams! With 25 Science Projects for Kids Bridges! With 25 Science Projects for Kids Guided reading levels range from R to V.View
Titles in this paperback set include: Archaeology: Cool Women Who Dig Architecture: Cool Women Who Design Structures Astronomy: Cool Women in Space, Aviation: Cool Women Who Fly Meteorology: Cool Women Who Weather Storms Books are all four color and have Guided Reading Levels between T-W.View
Hard cover titles in this set include: Technology: Cool Women Who Code Astronomy: Cool Women in Space Engineering: Cool Women Who Design Forensics: Cool Women Who Investigate Marine Biology: Cool Women Who Dive Aviation: Cool Women Who Fly Archaeology: Cool Women Who Dig Zoology: Cool Women Who Work With Animals Meteorology: Cool Women Who Weather Storms Architecture: Cool Women Who Design Structures Guided reading levels range from S to ZView
Look up, up, up! How do skyscrapers get so tall? Skyscrapers are amazing feats of engineering that kids (and adults!) find fascinating. How do they get so high? How do they stay standing? Who is involved in designing and building these gravity-defying structures? In Skyscrapers! With 25 Science Projects for Kids, children ages 7 to 10 learn about the principles of engineering that are used in building skyscrapers, as well as the history of skyscrapers themselves. Readers...View
Architecture is everywhere! What style building do you live in? Is it a skyscraper, a Victorian home, or a modern building? In Architecture: Cool Women Who Design Structures, readers ages 9 to 12 examine the stories of women who are today designing the houses, schools, museums, and public spaces where we spend our time. Educators have observed that interest in science and math tends to dissipate in girls between the ages 7 to 10 and...View