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Check out Booklist’s Top 10 Series Nonfiction List!

We’re thrilled to see our four-book set on Environmental Science for ages 9 to 12 make Booklist’s Top 10 Series Nonfiction List!

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Today’s Distance Learning Lesson: Weather and Climate!

Ready for another Distance Learning Lesson?

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Diane C. Taylor: An Interview with a Nomad Author!

Diane C. Taylor is a freelance writer whose published works include both fiction and nonfiction. She has written educational material for a nonprofit arts program in Dallas, Texas, and has been an English instructor for students in middle school, high school, and college. Diane lives in Bowling Green, Kentucky, where she and her daughter own […]

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What’s the Difference Between Weather and Climate?

Here in New England, we’re cold. Really cold. It’s winter, which means many nights dip below zero and those digits take a while to crawl back up when the sun does finally come up. Some years, it’s cold enough for school to be delayed opening, for ski areas to miss out on business, and for […]

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Isn’t Water Renewable? So Why Conserve?

We’ve all heard that fun fact about how the water you drink today could be the same water a dinosaur drank millions of years ago. In fact, there’s always the chance that the water you drink could be—dinosaur pee! It’s true that there’s a finite amount of water no matter what we do. The amount of […]

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