Best Middle School STEM Books

I was recently reading the March/April 2022 issue of “Science Scope” a publication of the National Science Teaching Association.  In this issue, the National Science Teaching Association in collaboration with the Children’s Book Council, selected the best STEM books for 2022.  

In this podcast, we look at the nine middle school STEM books that were featured:

A Shot in the Arm: Big Ideas that Changed the World #3 — by Don Brown

Bones Unearthed (Creepy and True #3) — by Kerrie Logan Hollihan

Eat Bugs! #1: Project Startup — by Laura D’Asaro, Rose Wang, and Heather Alexander

Molly the Mathematical Mysteries: Ten Interactive Adventures in Mathematical Wonderland — by Eugenia Cheng

Race to the Bottom of the Earth: Surviving Antarctica — by Rebecca E. F. Barone

Scene of the Crime: Tracking Down Criminals with Forensic Science — by Hp Newquist

Upstream, Downstream: Exploring Watershed Connections — by Rowena Rae

What is Nintendo? (What Was?) — by Gina Shaw

Wonder Women of Science: Twelve Geniuses Who Are Currently Rocking Science, Technology, and the World — by Tiera Fletcher and Ginger Rue