Erin  Twamley

Erin Twamley

Erin Twamley is an educator (M.Ed.) and award-winning children's book author passionate about providing interactive STEM encounters and STEM publications. In 2021, she founded STEM Superheroes,™ an educational consulting company sharing the stories, careers, and superpowers of women who are changing our world. Twamley leads STEM and Author Encounters with schools, public libraries, and Girl Scouts both in the United States and overseas. She is the lead author of the multicultural children's book series, Everyday Superheroes. She loves to travel, read, and has lived on three continents. Reach the author on all social media channels or visit her website at www.erintwamley.com.

Nomad Press Titles Written by Erin Twamley

Renewable Energy

Renewable Energy

Power the World with Sustainable Fuel with Hands-On Science Activities for Kids

How do we heat our homes, light our rooms, and power our cars? With energy! And the type of energy we use matters to our health and the health of the planet.  In Renewable Energy: Power the World with Sustainable Fuel, scientists ages 9 to 12 learn how switching from nonrenewable energy sources to renewable ones can help make our homes, businesses, cities, and world better, healthier places. What are those renewable resources? Solar, wind,...

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Climate Change

Climate Change

The Science Behind Melting Glaciers and Warming Oceans with Hands-On Science Activities

Updated edition includes the latest scientific research and problem-solving strategies in climate science! In Climate Change: The Science Behind Melting Glaciers and Warming Oceans with Hands-On Science Activities, readers ages 9 to 12 take a deep dive into the science behind the changing climate in order to best contribute to the methods underway to solve the problem of a rapidly changing planet—and think up new solutions! This book is rich in hands-on science and critical-creative...

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Renewable Energy

Renewable Energy

Discover the Fuel of the Future

In Renewable Energy: Discover the Fuel of the Future, readers ages 9 to 12 learn how we are going to power our world tomorrow, in 20 years, and even in 50 years-with a range of renewable energy sources that include solar, biofuel, geothermal, and fluid energy! Children are exposed to evidence of renewable energy use when they see solar farms, wind turbines, and dams. Climate change is a high-interest topic children encounter through television, radio,...

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