Johannah Haney has published 20 nonfiction books for young learners, including titles about nuclear energy, endangered species, pets, health topics, and essay and speech writing. Her writing has also appeared in The Boston Globe Sunday Magazine, The Latin Kitchen, Modern Bride, and other magazines. She holds a Master’s degree in Writing and Publishing from Emerson College, where she has also taught Magazine Publishing to undergraduate and graduate students. She lives with her husband and daughter, her dog, and an occasional foster dog in Boston, MA.
Weather is everywhere, but what causes it? Why are some regions hot while others are cold? Where do hurricanes and other storms come from? These books for ages 7 to 9 plumbs the depths of weather, natural disasters, and the water cycle that drives our atmospheric systems in ways that invite scientific inquiry and exploration! Hands-on projects that make complicated science clear are designed for kids to accomplish independently with materials found around the house...View
Have you ever felt the ground beneath your feet move in an earthquake? Have you ever had to ride out a blizzard at home? Natural Disasters! With 25 Science Projects for Kids guides kids ages 7 to 10 through a scientific introduction to the forces behind extreme meteorological events. Earthquakes, volcanoes, storms, wildfires, and more affect people around the world and appear in the news almost daily. Plus, climate change adds more fuel to storms,...View
What kind of life can you find in lakes and ponds? Lakes and Ponds! With 25 Science Projects for Kids invites readers ages 7 though 10 to investigate the bodies of water that might look calm from the shore but which are teeming with life and activity! Through fun facts and engaging content, kids explore the plants and animals living in lakes and ponds, from fish darting about to dragonfly nymphs gestating in the shallows...View