Try This! : 50 Fun Experiments for the Mad Scientist in You, by Karen Romano Young. (National Geographic, 2014) Provides background information and instructions for fifty science projects involving plants, insects, microbes, human behavior, animals, water, physics, machinery, and other topics, and suggests further ideas to pursue.
Science Experiments That Surprise and Delight : Fun Projects for Curious Kids, by Sheri Bell-Rehwoldt. (Capstone Press, c2011). "Provides step-by-step instructions for science projects using household materials and explains the science behind the experiments"--Provided by publisher.
Endangered and Extinct Invertebrates by Jennifer Boothroyd. (Lerner Publications Company, 2014) Invertebrates -- Endangered invertebrates -- Extinct invertebrates -- Helping endangered invertebrates -- What you can do -- A remarkable recovery. Summary "Oahu tree snails and pink velvet worms are two examples of endangered invertebrates. Few of them exist in the wild. Other invertebrates have already gone extinct. What hurts these animals? What can you do to help?"--Page 4 of cover
Infestation! : Roaches, Bedbugs, Ants, and Other Insect Invaders, by Sharon L. Reith. (Capstone Press, 2014) "A look at insect species that infest homes and other buildings and what can be done to prevent unwanted visitors from invading your home"-- Provided by publisher.
The Nonfiction Detectives: Ada Byron Lovelace and the Thinking Machine. The story of Ada Lovelace serves as an inspiration to children and is the perfect book to read aloud during Computer Science in Education Week.