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Science Wide Open


Science Wide Open

One Girl's Questions can change the world

This three-part series, Women in Biology, Women in Chemistry, and Women in Physics tells the stories of the female scientists who blazed a trail of scientific discovery. This inspirational series cultivates curiosity and empowers kids to unleash their inner scientists!

Follow the curiosity of a young girl who wonders about how the world works. From ancient times to modern day, families can learn alongside these amazing scientists as they make observations, conduct experiments, and feel the triumphs of discoveries that have changed the world. It is illustrated by the incredible Danielle Pioli and recommended for scientists ages 4-8.

Women in Biology

Science Wide Open: Women in Biology

Scientists profiled include Cleopatra the Alchemist, Marie-Anne Paulze Lavoisier, Dawn Shaughnessy, Rosalind Franklin, and Ada Yonath.

Women in Chemistry

Science Wide Open: Women in Chemistry

Scientists profiled include Maria Sibylla Merian, Hildegard of Bingen, Linda Buck, Barbara McClintock, and Jane Cooke Wright.

Women in Physics

Science Wide Open: Women in Physics

Scientists profiled include Emilie du Chatelet, Laura Bassi, Marie Curie, Irene Joliot-Curie, and Chien-Shiung Wu.

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My First Science Textbook

My First Science Textbook

Explore the wonders of the subatomic

Do protons get lonely? Are neutrons any fun at parties? Find answers to these questions and more in the My First Science Textbook series.

Even a toddler can begin to understand the basics of chemistry as they follow Pete the Proton, Ned the Neutron, and Ellie the Electron, who build everything in the universe. This three-set takes readers on a rhyming adventure of science and friendship in a fun and memorable way.


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My First Science Textbook: Protons and Neutrons

"I am Pete the Proton. I am positively charged to meet you!"


My First Science Textbook: Electrons

"I'm Ellie the Electron, a particle with class."


My First Science Textbook: Atoms

"Say hello to the atoms that build everything you see..."