Outstanding Science Trade Books for Grade 3-5 Students

I was recently reading the January/February 2022 issue of “Science Scope” a publication of the National Science Teaching Association.  In this issue, I read the article listing the “2022 Outstanding Science Trade Books for Students.” 

In this podcast, we look at 13 “Outstanding Science Trade Books” recommended for students in grades 3-5:

“The Body Book” Illustrated by Hannah Alice

“Pooper Snooper” by Jennifer Keats Curtis

“The Dirt Book” by David Harrison

“Dr. Fauci: How a Boy from Brooklyn Became America’s Doctor” by Kate Messner

“History Smashers: Plagues and Pandemics” by Kate Messner

“Fearless World Traveler: Adventures of Marianne North, Botanical Artist” by Laurie Lawlor

“Fossils from Lost Worlds” by Helene Rajcak and Damien Laverdunt

“Masters of Disguise: Camouflaging Creatures and Magnificent Mimics” by Marc Martin

“Summertime Sleepers” by Melissa Stewart

“Disasters by the Numbers” by Steve Jenkins

“A Life Electric: The Story of Nikola Tesla” by Azadeh Westergaard

“She Persisted: Virginia Apgar” by Dr. Sayantani DasGupta and Chelsea Clinton

“Scientists: Inspiring Tales of the World’s Brightest Scientific Minds” by Isabel Thomas