Fiction and nonfiction books and graphic novels with STEM related content or STEM themes. This collection includes both chapter books for elementary students, young adult books, and adult books. To find more which have not yet been added to our website, search #STEMAZingBook on either Facebook or Twitter. This collection also includes articles related to using books to engage students in STEM.

 

 

 

 

Cinder

Cinder

The first book in The Lunar Chronicles series, this book is the cyborg retelling of Cinderella and a great book to use to engage middle and high school girls in STEM and robotics ...
Epic! for Educators

Epic! for Educators

Instantly Access 35,000 eBooks, Learning Videos, Quizzes and more for K-5! ...
First Book Marketplace

First Book Marketplace

A place to get inexpensive books for students and the classroom ...
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From Page Keely book

We used atoms and cells probe from this Page Keeley book ...
Investi-gator from Natural Inquirer

Investi-gator from Natural Inquirer

Investi-gator is a FREE science journal designed for grades 4-8. Animals and Ecosystems of the Southwestern United States is now available in hard copy and electronically. The Southwestern United States is a special place. This Investi-gator will introduce you to ...
Joy of Pi

Joy of Pi

David Blatner is an internationally known expert in publishing and the author of fifteen books on popular science, religion, and graphics. He is a frequent speaker at conferences and seminars around North America. You can ...
Knowledge Is Beautiful

Knowledge Is Beautiful

Covering everything from dog breeds and movie plots to timelines of the far future and the complexity of relationships of the Middle East, this stunning book unveils the intricate, invisible and sometimes hilarious stories lurking in the data, information & ...
Making Musical Instruments with Kids

Making Musical Instruments with Kids

Written for adults, this hands-on guide demonstrates how to make easy musical instruments with children. Detailed instructions are included for making more than 60 unique instruments that are suitable for children as young as five ...
Nick and Tesla's Robot Army Rampage

Nick and Tesla’s Robot Army Rampage

Nick and Tesla are 11-year-old sleuths who use science and technology to save the day! In this adventure, a rash of robberies has hit the town of Half Moon Bay, and to catch the criminal, ...
Scholastic

Scholastic

Affordable books for the classroom ...
Science Experiments with Sound & Music

Science Experiments with Sound & Music

34 easy-to-do activities that demonstrate the scientific concepts behind sound waves, pitch, acoustics, scales, etc ...
Sound Projects with a Music Lab

Sound Projects with a Music Lab

Flutes, harps, guitars, pianos, drums All musical instruments use fundamental properties of physics to produce their sounds. In this instructive manual, Robert Gardner explains how to build homemade versions of a variety of instruments, all ...
Sounds Interesting: The Science of Acoustics

Sounds Interesting: The Science of Acoustics

Demonstrates the principles of sound and the science of acoustics through a variety of experiments ...
Systems in Motion books

Systems in Motion books

This dynamic set of books consolidates the powerful lessons about oscillations in one place! This series of lessons (also online) allows students to explore and see the deeper nature of what is causing particular behaviors ...
Systems Thinking Playbook

Systems Thinking Playbook

This book has become a favorite of K–12 teachers, university faculty, and corporate consultants. It provides short gaming exercises that illustrate the subtleties of systems thinking. The companion DVD shows the authors introducing and running ...
Tabletop Scientist: The Science of Sound

Tabletop Scientist: The Science of Sound

Introduce kids to the scientific principles of sound with a series of simple, fun-to-conduct experiments. Each exercise illustrates an individual concept, from detecting the speed and direction of sound to making recordings. They'll build a bottle ...
The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind (adult, young readers, and picture book versions)

The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind (adult, young readers, and picture book versions)

The phenomenal story of William Kamkwamba who taught himself how to generate electricity using science and engineering and then designed and built his own wind turbine. Shares the harsh realities of famine when people do ...
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The Wild Robot Escapes (The Wild Robot #2) by Peter Brown

Shipwrecked on a remote, wild island, Robot Roz learned from the unwelcoming animal inhabitants and adapted to her surroundings--but can she survive the challenges of the civilized world and find her way home to Brightbill ...
Wild Robot

Wild Robot

When robot Roz opens her eyes for the first time, she discovers that she is alone on a remote, wild island. Why is she there? Where did she come from? And, most important, how will ...
World of Mathematics

World of Mathematics

The World of Mathematics FREE interactive eBook allows learners to dive into a colorful and engaging world, discovering some of the most exciting and curious mathematical ideas. Using interactive games, animations, and countless illustrations, advanced mathematics becomes accessible ...

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