Fall 2015 Newsletter Book Recommendations
Theme: Informal Science Resources
How To Stem: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Education in Libraries
by Vera Gubnitskaia and Carol Smallwood
Scarecrow Press, Inc. 2014
A guidebook with many examples of librarians incorporating STEM learning into their libraries. Gives great details on projects and resources.
The Science Explorer
Published by Owl Books,
Henry Holt & Company, New York,
1996 & 1997
ISBN 0-B050-4536 & ISBN 0-8050-4537-6
Learn how to do easy-at-home type of experiments set up for family involvement from a favorite science museum.
AIMS Education Foundation Books
Click on the link to see some award winning books (digital only now!) with Activities Integrating Math and Science (AIMS) on certain science themes by age group.
Cornerstones of Science Book & Film Reviews
Cornerstones has assembled a list of books and films that we believe provide strong science content. If you are looking for a specific book or film, you can search below by choosing the first letter of the title.
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