Science & Nature
The Earth is changing fast. Polar Bear's ice is melting. Gazelle's savanna is turning into a desert. Tortoise's waters are poisoned. How bad is it? The animals gather to talk. When they realize that humans are behind the destruction, they must act quickly. Could they send them ... Read more
By Amanda Dorothy Jean Bulman & Ruth Lawrence
Illustrated by Leon Chung
IsThisAnOlogy? is a journey of discovery! Andie interviews different “ologists” and learns all about different types of science.
IsThisAnOlogy? explores big jobs, big science, and the biggest questions. Learn about fossils, bird migration, beekeeping, the science behind making ... Read more
From healing to astronomy to our connection to the natural world, the lessons from Indigenous knowledge inform our learning and practices today.
How do knowledge systems get passed down over generations? Through the knowledge inherited from their Elders and ancestors, Indigenous ... Read more
By Shar Levine, Leslie Johnstone, and Aran Mooney
Your dog barks. Your cat purrs. Your hamster squeaks. But what do you suppose your fish sounds like? If you think it doesn't make any sound at all, prepare to be surprised. Ocean mammals aren't the only creatures in the water that make noise; fish, shrimp and even lobsters create ... Read more