Hello STEM Tuesday enthusiasts! Can you believe that we’ve been doing this blog for 7 months now? How cool is that? We couldn’t do it without your interest and support. So, THANK YOU!! It’s been a fabulous run and the best part is that we are just getting started. We have many more intriguing book topics for the rest of the year. If you haven’t signed up to get this newsletter weekly, please do so now. You will find the subscriber button in the upper-right hand corner.
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To celebrate our STEM Tuesday success and to provide you with a list of some STEM books for summer reading, we are going to take a look back at some of our past posts. So take time to click on the links below to see some of the awesome STEM middle grade books that we have highlighted. (HINT: If you click on the topic listed, you’ll be able to review the book list for that month)
Don’t worry, we are keeping STEM Tuesday running through the summer. Look for our list of exceptional STEM books COMING SOON in July so you can know what books to add to your classroom curriculum in the fall.
In the meantime, if you have suggestions, questions, or comments, don’t hesitate to contact us. Just send an email to STEMmuf@gmail.com
HIGHLIGHTS OF STEM TUESDAY
Book of the Month : Zoo Scientists to the Rescue by Patricia Newman
December Science in Fiction Books
Book of the Month : Saving Wonder by Mary Knight
Book of the Month: Astronaut- Aquanaut: How Space Science and Sea Science Interact by Jennifer Swanson
February Wild and Wacky Science
Book of the Month: Poison: Deadly Deeds, Perilous Professions, and Murderous Medicines by Sarah Albee
March Field Work
Book of the Month: Life on Surtsey: Iceland’s Upstart Island by Loree Griffin Burns
April All About Conservation
Book of the Month: Back from the Brink by Nancy Castaldo
May– Cool Inventions and the People Who Create Them
Book of the Month: Alexander Graham Bell for Kids by Mary Kay Carson
Happy Reading! and GO STEM/STEAM books!
This blog was prepared by Jennifer Swanson
Science Rocks! And so do Jennifer Swanson’s books. She is the award-winning author of over 30 books for kids. When not writing, Jennifer can be found looking for the Science all around her. www.JenniferSwansonBooks.com