Sci-Why: Canadian Children’s science writers

February 2, 2016 at 9:00 am Leave a comment

Sci-Why is a Canadian children’s science writers blog and includes information about new children’s books, science news, links for kids and adults.

From their page:

“Looking for a great science book for classroom use? Have a kid who just can’t get enough info about her latest passion? Click here to download our free list of current science books for young readers. Organized by subject. Identified by grade level. 100% Canadian.”

Teacher Librarians: Start here if you need to augment your STEM collection and support Canadian authors.

Check it out!

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