End of Year Reflections: Looking Back at 2019 and Forward to 2020

End of Year Reflections: Looking Back at 2019 and Forward to 2020

The end of the calendar year is a great time to look back at your year, evaluating how it went, and looking forward toward the next year. What do you want to happen? How will you get there? Read More

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Learn Entry-Level Astronomy With National Geographic’s ‘Backyard Guide to the Night Sky’

Learn Entry-Level Astronomy With National Geographic’s ‘Backyard Guide to the Night Sky’

Reading Time: 4 minutes Learn about astronomy with your kids! Image used with permission. Now that the nights are starting to get warmer (in some places, at least!), it’s time to start considering some outdoor activities. But after all the hikes, cookouts, and kite flying, what’s a good activity after dark? After you’ve filled up… Read More

‘Power Up: Your Incredible, Spectacular, Supercharged Body’: We Are All Made of Energy

‘Power Up: Your Incredible, Spectacular, Supercharged Body’: We Are All Made of Energy

Reading Time: 3 minutes Did you know that there is enough energy in just your little pinky to power an entire city? That’s how this book of wonder begins, explaining how marvelous our bodies can be. Power Up: Your Incredible, Spectacular, Supercharged Body, written by Seth Fishman and illustrated by Isabel Greenberg, looks at energy… Read More

It’s Elementary With ‘The Element in the Room’

It’s Elementary With ‘The Element in the Room’

Reading Time: 3 minutes Image: Laurence King It’s never too early to introduce your kids (or your neighbor’s kids or your sister’s kids or your grandkids) to the elements that make up our world. A brand new book, The Element in the Room: Investigating the Atomic Ingredients that Make Up Your Home, will help you… Read More