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December 10, 2008

Top science books for children and teens


Here are some great ideas for science books for children and teens that our Partners can stock in your retail stores, and for the public to purchase as gifts for friends and family. AAAS recently announced 19 finalists in the annual science book awards, which include science books for young children up to young adults.


Also, for some other "TOP" books, check out our recommended "Ocean Book of the Month." We have plenty of great books to feature in 09, and please let us know of your own suggestions!

1 comment:

  1. Sorry if this is off topic but I’m thinking of buying this book. Curious if anyone’s has checked out the new book “Hell’s Aquarium” by Steve Alten? It’s about the ancient prehistoric shark Megalodon, which makes the current Great White Shark look like a gold fish. Check out the trailer below, pretty awesome:


    http://www.variancepublishing.com/meg-hells-aquarium-contest.html

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