If you could go back in time to save America, would you?
Oh, do I mean uncontrolled blazes spurred by wind and dry underbrush, traveling at up to fourteen miles an hour? That’s a four-minute mile. Usain Bolt would live. So would a cheetah. But the garden snails and I would be crispy critters.
Operation Vegetarian sounds like a quest to go meatless. It isn’t! Operation Vegetarian was a top secret WWII project that I heard about only recently.
Want to impress your friends with a cool science trick? Supercool water!
Does your dog have big, soulful eyes? There’s a reason why!
I love fireworks! Ever wonder how they work? With chemical compounds! Let’s look into why they glow in different colors.
Spending the summer with her mother’s old friend, twelve-year-old Miranda tries to uncover the mysteries behind her mother’s past and to understand why her mother seems so distant. But will she be brave enough to face the truth she might uncover?
Could humans ever see in the dark? Scientists are working on it…with mice!
This is the world’s newest tarantula species! She was found in the forests of Malaysia. (Birupes simoroxigorum)New species are so amazing. To think that they may have been here all this time and we’ve only just found them? Even though my sister is cringing about a spider post, (she has one of those vacuum devices
The Last Day on Mars, first in the series, Chronicle of The Dark Star, by Kevin Emerson is a smart, cleverly written sci fi, perfect for middle grade readers who love mystery, adventure, science, and space. I love that this is a series, so you won’t need to worry about what to read next!
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