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Thinking of Las Vegas

This morning, we woke to the news of another mass shooting, one that took the lives of more than 50 people and injured more than 400 more in Las Vegas.

Check out a New Book Trailer!

Check out a fun book trailer for The Oregon Trail: The Journey Across America from Lewis and Clark to the Transcontinental Railroad.

Check out an Editor Spotlight interview at Kidlit411!

Have you visited kidlit411.com yet? It's a fabulous collection of interviews and other resources for writers, readers, and anyone interested in kid lit!

A Special Report from a Kid Scientist!

Last month, we had a kid reporter on the ground for that very special celestial event - the total solar eclipse! Zane, 10 years old, and his dad traveled all the way from New Hampshire to St Clair, Missouri, to view this rare event. Here's his report.

Check out the Book Trailer for Explore the Ice Age!

Check out a fun, COOL book trailer for Explore the Ice Age! With 25 Great Projects!

Check out our FREE Back-to-School Ebook!

School is just around the corner! Get young brain gears turning with awesome science activities from Nomad Press!

Get Ready for the Total Solar Eclipse!

Are you excited for the solar eclipse coming to parts of the United States on August 21? We are! Even though here in Vermont we'll only see about a 60 percent reduction in light, we're excited anyway!

The Science of Bottle Flipping

Remember this fad? While the initial fever seems to have worn off, every so often it loops back around in my house and that familiar "Ka-chunck" echoes from the rafters, accompanied by cheers and groans of my boys.

Watch a Cool Book Trailer for Explore Makerspace!

Check out a book trailer for Explore Makerspace! With 25 Great Projects!

Gigantic Piece of Ice Going Rogue!

What do you put in your lemonade to make it cold in the summer? Ice? Imagine if your ice cube weighed about 1 trillion tons and  covered an area of 2,239 square miles. That's a whole lot of ice!

 

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