Kids Books - Nature Books

A Mango-Shaped Space

By Wendy Mass
28 ratings35 reviews
  • pinkbookworm
    Thirteen-year-old Mia Winchell has a secret. Everyone thinks she is the normal kid in her family. Zack, her younger brother, keeps a chart of all the hamburgers he eats. Beth, Mia’s older sister, wears a different hair color each week. No one knows that Mia has a secret hidden from the world. She...

Greek Mythology (Ken Jennings' Junior Genius Guides)

By Ken Jennings
13 ratings17 reviews
  • bibliophile
    This was a fun easy read. It talked about Greek mythology which helped me and gave me background knowledge wile I was reading the Percy Jackson series. This book made it easier to understand about Greek myths and gods. It was funny and had great information. It was almost like a cartoon, but it w...

Nick and Tesla's Robot Army Rampage: A Mystery with Hoverbots, Bristle Bots, and Other Robots You Can Build Yourself

By Bob Pflugfelder, Steve Hockensmith
27 ratings36 reviews
  • loveeangelina
    In this book Nick and Tesla, two twins, help their friend Silas find his father's quite valuable stolen comic book in order to save his store Hero Worship, Inc. With the help of their Uncle Newt, a brilliant but quirky character, the twins build their own robots which are used to recover the comi...

National Geographic Kids Weird but True! 6: 300 Outrageous Facts

By National Geographic Kids
8 ratings13 reviews
  • bibliophile
    I really really enjoyed this book. This book helped me know ridiculous but fun, funny, and interesting facts. And the pictures are awesome!!!!! I also think book 1, 2, and the rest of the series/books are totally cool.

Uncle John's Bathroom Reader For Kids Only! Collectible Edition

By Bathroom Readers' Institute
10 ratings12 reviews
  • bibliophile
    This book is AMAZING. I learned so many new things. Also there were so many joke that cracked me up, I was laughing and had a smile on my face the whole time. I learned about Dr. Seuss, myths, superstitions , and a lot of new things. It is a mixture of all different types of facts to science to h...

Pathfinder & Ruins: Pathfinder; Ruins

By Orson Scott Card
1 ratings1 reviews
  • mlawesome
    mlawesome5 stars
    These are my favorite two books. They are my favorite, and my third favorite is ten miles away from these books. These books are really good, and I'm excited for the third book.

Nick and Tesla's High-Voltage Danger Lab: A Mystery With Gadgets You Can Build Yourself

By Bob Pflugfelder, Steve Hockensmith
42 ratings50 reviews
  • jsmyth
    jsmyth4 stars
    I like this book because it's full of mysteries, action, and inventions. I would give this a 5 star. Nick and Tesla go to their Uncle Newts House after their parents leave to study soybeans in Uzbekistan. When they get to their Uncle Newts house they figure out that their uncle is a scientis...

Science Fair

By Dave Barry, Ridley Pearson
1 ratings2 reviews
  • swimmergirl108
    I've heard it's really good so when I find it I will read it.

National Geographic Kids Mission: Lion Rescue

By Ashlee Brown Blewett
5 ratings7 reviews
  • serioussam48
    i like the lion part it is cool and a lion it a king of the jagol it was a good book


By Carl Hiaasen
48 ratings51 reviews
  • 20jstebbin
    I'm reading the book Hoot by Carl Hiaasen. It is a really good book about a boy named Roy. On his first day when his face is being smashed on the bus window. By a bully named Dana Matherson he sees a boy. The boy was running fast but who was he were was he going? The boy had no shoes no sock...

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