Books About Science and Math

Air is Everywhere by Melissa Stewart
Introduces the characteristics and importance of air through text, illustrations, and activities.

Biggest, Strongest, Fastest by Steve Jenkins
Colorful illustrations demonstrate animals representing the extremes of the animal world in speed, size, and strength.

An Egg is Quiet by Dianna Aston
Introduces readers to more than 60 types of eggs and an array of egg facts.

Find the Constellations by H.A. Rey
Contains star charts, a guide to the constellations, details about seasons and the movement of the objects we see in the sky.

How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin? by Margaret McNamara
Charlie, the smallest child in his first grade class, is amazed to discover that of teh three pumpkins his teacher brings to school, the tiniest one has the most seeds.

How to Clean a Hippopotamus: a Look at Unusual Animal Partnerships by Steve Jenkins
Learn about the ingenious lifestyles of some of the world's most unusual animal partners.

I Face the Wind by Vicki Cobb
Introduces the characteristics and actions of the wind through simple hands-on activities.

Magic School Bus: Inside the Human Body by Joanna Cole
A special field trip on the magic school bus allows Ms. Frizzle's class to get a first-hand look at major parts of the body and how they work.

Nic Bishop Spiders by Nic Bishop
Text and photographs introduce readers to different types of spiders and their behavior.

Teddy Bear Counting by Barbara Barbieri McGrath
Teddy bears introduce numbers from one to twelve, as well as colors and shapes.

Tyrannosaurus Math by Michelle Markel
An appealing combination of a dinosaur story and math facts.

What Bluebirds Do by Pamela F. Kirby
Follow the story of America's beloved backyard bird, told in stunning full-color photographs and simple text.

Wings by Sneed B. Collard
Intricate, vivid collages show the functionality and beauty of a variety of winged creatures.

You Can't Use Your Brain If You're a Jellyfish by Fred Ehrlich
How are human brains different from those of other animals? What can they do that we can't? What can we do that they can't?

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