Showing posts with label careers. Show all posts
Showing posts with label careers. Show all posts

April 26, 2012

Did You Bring Your Child to Work Today?

Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Foundation is celebrating their program's 20th anniversary today. Visit their web site for great ideas on how you can celebrate.

You can also check out these career titles from Enslow:

March 05, 2012

Have you ever wanted a career in film or television?

If so, Enslow's Careers in Film and Television series might be what you are looking for. Written for the middle school reader, the five books in this series will guide the reader in his/her quest to be an actor; a director; a screenwriter; work in animation or special effects; or someone who wants to work in set design, costuming, or makeup.

These 128-page books include biographical and historical information on figures and events related to specific filmmaking and television careers, include various career opportunities, as well as cinematic techniques in text and in sidebars.

June 19, 2009

Ice Scientist: Careers in the Frozen Antarctic

"Ice Scientist presents the exciting true stories of numerous Antarctic researchers in a way that will captivate young readers" says Jeff Rubin, Antarctic Editor of The Polar Times.

Author Sara L. Latta follows the exciting and hazardous work of the scientists who travel to the antarctic to learn more about our planet and universe. Chapter titles include: 'Earth's Alien Dogcatcher', 'The Ice Man', and 'South Pole Time Machine.'

To learn more about Ice Scientist: Careers in the Frozen Antarctic, the latest book in Enslow Publishers' Wild Science Careers series, please visit: ISBN: 978-0-7660-3048-0, for grades 5 and up.

June 04, 2009

Disease-Hunting Scientist in new Careers Series

"Disease detectives" are the scientists who travel the world keeping us safe from deadly diseases. Author Edward Willett tells the true stories of six scientists who travel the world fighting disease. A great career guide, the book also explains the education needed as well possible salary ranges, and how these scientists became epidemiologists.

Disease-Hunting Scientists: Careers Hunting Deadly Diseases is illustrated with color photographs, this book is 112 pages in length and is for ages 11 and up. Further information about this book can be found on Enslow Publishers web site or this link: