STEM Friday roundup is here!

I’m thrilled to be hosting STEM Friday today! If you reviewed a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) book for kids on your blog today, please leave your link in the comments or on Twitter (@lauriethompson), and I will add you to the round-up throughout the day. Thanks!


My contribution to this week’s STEM Friday, a review of IN SEARCH OF SASQUATCH by Kelly Milner Halls, is posted here.

cover1Jeff Barger reviews A Leaf Can Be… by Laura Purdie Salas over at NC Teacher Stuff. Read all about this poetry book about leaves here.

cover2On her blog, SimplyScience, Shirley Duke talks about her new book, Gases, and shares activities.


Over at Archimedes Notebook, Sue Heavenrich reviews Star of the Sea by Janet Halfmann, with some insight on writing from the author herself.

Anastasia Suen from Booktalking joins the fun with her review of Bones: Dead People Do Tell Tales
by Sara L. Latta.

Next week’s STEM Friday host will be Roberta Gibson at Wrapped in Foil.

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6 Responses to STEM Friday roundup is here!

  1. Jeff Barger says:

    Hi Laurie! Thank you for hosting this week. I will take heed of your son’s recommendation and look for In Search of Sasquatch. At NC Teacher Stuff, I have a review of a soon to be released poetry book about leaves, A Leaf Can Be… :

    http://www.ncteacherstuff.blogspot.com/2012/01/stem-friday-leaf-can-be.html

  2. Shirley says:

    I have Gases, a book that combines reading with science facts and investigation techniques. I’m the author.
    http://simplyscience.wordpress.com/2012/01/18/gases/
    Thanks!
    Shirley

  3. Roberta says:

    Good morning (Yes, it is still morning here.)

    Loved your review of “In Search of Sasquatch,” it sounds fascinating.

    I have “You Just Can’t Help It! Your Guide to the Wild and Wacky World of Human Behavior” by Jeff Szpirglas http://blog.wrappedinfoil.com/2012/01/you-just-cant-help-it-your-guide-to-the-wild-and-wacky-world-of-human-behavior/

    Thanks for hosting STEM Friday.

  4. Thanks for hosting today! I’m in with Bones: Dead People Do Tell Tales
    by Sara L. Latta http://wp.me/pa8jB-1kH

  5. Thanks so much for including my book, Star of the Sea: A Day in the Life of a Starfish. Happy Reading to all!

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