Can A.I. Cure Coronavirus?
There’s been a lot of talk lately about new technologies used to advance critical areas of medicine. Namely, with infectiousRead more.
Escape Galapagos: Creating a Family Adventure in Reading
As a marine scientist, work has often been synonymous with adventure, from a living undersea for two weeks to scubaRead more.
Support Save our Seas 2.0
I’m honored to be one of Tumblehome’s newest – and youngest ever – authors, at age 13. It has beenRead more.
Author Barnas Monteith Demonstrates How To Make a Hominid Skull (Blog & Video)
As a child, I loved reading books about paleontology. Not so much about dinosaurs themselves, but about the adventures ofRead more.
Penny Noyce – Literacy in Science
Literacy in Science Adapted from a keynote address at the Midwest Regional Noyce Scholars Conference Penny Noyce St Louis, NovemberRead more.
Eva J. Pell
ReVISIONS or How I Learned to Write for Kids This is the story of my journey to become a writerRead more.
Something Stinks!– inspired by a real event As a children’s writer, my radar is always up for topics of interestRead more.
Unique Galápagos (STEM and Children’s Books) Ellen Prager, marine scientist, writer of science books for kids, author of Escape GalápagosRead more.
Penny Noyce – Stari Most
(Penny Noyce, co-founder of Tumblehome Books, is the author or co-author of ten science books for kids. Her most recentRead more.