Showing posts with label scientist. Show all posts
Showing posts with label scientist. Show all posts

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.

May 14, 2009

Teen Science Fair Sourcebook

TEEN SCIENCE FAIR SOURCEBOOK: Winning School Science Fairs and National Competitions, written by Tanya M. Vickers has been published.
Teen Science Fair Sourcebook provides inspiring examples of young scientists who have competed and won national science competitions. The author provides the essential steps for creating a prize-winning project.
Learn how to find a mentor, write a research plan, set up your notebook, and present your data. This book covers all the tips you'll need to create a successful high-powered science fair project, from getting started to competing at a regional or national competition, including the Siemens-Westinghouse.
Author Tanya Vickers is the research coach at the Academy for Math, Engineering and Sciences (AMES), a public high school is Salt Lake City. Her students have competed and won numerous competitions, awards, scholarships, and science trips.

160 pages, full color, ISBN-13: 978-0-7660-2711-4