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 infectious
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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 scuba
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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 been
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Barnas
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 of
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Penny Noyce – Literacy in Science
Literacy in Science Adapted from a keynote address at the Midwest Regional Noyce Scholars Conference Penny Noyce St Louis, November
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Eva J. Pell
ReVISIONS or How I Learned to Write for Kids This is the story of my journey to become a writer
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Gail Hedrick
Something Stinks!– inspired by a real event  As a children’s writer, my radar is always up for topics of interest
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Ellen Prager
Unique Galápagos  (STEM and Children’s Books) Ellen Prager, marine scientist, writer of science books for kids, author of Escape Galápagos
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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 recent
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Penny Noyce
Nobody Loves Mosquitoes STEM and Children’s Books “No kid wants to read about mosquitoes. Sharks, dinosaurs, even snakes, but not
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