Book #2 in the Einstein Anderson: Science Geek series! Match wits with Einstein and Paloma as they try to solve cases and try real science experiments like they do!
Hiding on the floor of Earth’s tropical oceans are magnificent and colorful coral reefs. (Hardcover, paperback and eBook now available!)
Match wits with Einstein Anderson, Science Geek, as he investigates bewildering brainteasers like "The Case of the Extreme Rollerblades"! Every book includes real science experiments that you can do!
Seymour Simon reveals the truth about nature’s most misunderstood animals and lets the reader decide what to really think about natures grossest, fiercest, and most fascinating survivors.
This lovely alphabet book is full of thought-provoking bits of information about each animal and illustrated with eye-popping photographs!
"Like the passengers on a ship, all the humans, plants and animals of the world are traveling together, shipmates on this huge spaceship we call Earth."
From "Apollo" to "Zodiac," this beginner’s dictionary defines words and terms commonly used in discussing outer space. Newly updated in 2012 to reflect the latest discoveries in our exploration of space.
Is it true that some cats have no fur? Can you really tell a dog by his noseprints? And what kind of animals are also known as hobs, jills and kits?
Out-of-this-world puns, giggles and guffaws! Seymour Simon writes about one of his favorite topics, space monsters.
Turtles that swim more than a thousand miles to lay their eggs and long lines of lobsters walking across the ocean floor?!
When polar bears migrate, are they moving across the ice, or is the ice moving them?
The skies are busy highways for birds, bats, insects and even seeds.
Which planet has forty-two years of continuous daylight, followed by forty-two years of night? Newly updated edition coming Sept. 1, 2012!
Did you know that Saturn’s rings are really billions of chunks of ice, dust and rocks, swirling around the huge gas giant? Newly updated edition coming Sept. 1, 2012!
Can you imagine a planet where the difference in temperature between day and night is 1,000 degrees?
Venus may be our sister planet, but it could not be more different than our Planet Earth! Newly updated edition coming September 1, 2012!
When the Voyager 2 spacecraft whizzed past Neptune, we learned more about this mysterious planet than in all the previous years of observation from Earth. Newly updated edition coming Sept. 1, 2012!
Why do some things float and others sink? Does a small, wide container hold more water than a tall, thin one?
What keeps trees from falling over? How can skyscrapers stand so tall?
How do you know air is around you when you can’t see it?
Not all dinosaurs were giants! This beautifully illustrated book features seven dinosaurs that were only about the size of a dog or even a chicken!
What color were the dinosaurs? Did dinosaurs have families?
Do you know what a parasaurolophus looks like (or how to pronounce its name)? You will, after reading this book!
What did the baby polar bear say to his mother? And what is the best year for a kangaroo? These answers plus many more silly jokes and riddles, in this new, "read to me" eBook!
Here’s a Seymour Simon eBook that is a FREE download for Nook ColorTablet and iPad owners. Read and listen to all kind of amazing and funny facts about puppies, kittens, bunnies and other animal pets.
A horse runs so fast that its feet don’t always touch the ground.
Answers to 14 top questions about these adorable, lovable pets. A "Read-to-Me" book for the Nook Color. Also available as an iPad app in the iTunes store!
Why do kittens twitch their whiskers? And why do they climb everything? Seymour Simon’s new Read and Listen Book™ is now available for the iPad and Nook Color.
"The best kind of book, one that entertains while it educates."An unusual and striking picture book that combines fun with scientific fact, beautifully illustrated by Diane deGroat.
¿Qué planeta tiene una tormenta más grande que nuestro planeta?
How come Pluto is no longer considered a planet?
Volcanoes can erupt and send red-hot rocks and ash flying through the air for hundreds of miles around.
Which animals live in small ponds on the tops of trees and never see the ground?
If there’s global warming, why is it snowing?
Earthquakes can be the most destructive disasters in nature, destroying whole cities and killing hundreds of thousands of people.
Can your dog identify you by how you smell? Now available for the iPad (in the iBook store) and the NookColor (Barnes & Noble.com)!
Can cats see in the dark? Now available for the iPad (in the iTunes/iBook store) and the NookColor (Barnes & Noble.com)!
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