1st ed., second printing 2014
|Book||The Scent of Something Sneaky
September 15, 2015
|Activity Verse||Highlights High Five, Winter 2018|
|Activity Verse||Pat Your Tummy
Highlights High Five, Spring 2016
|Guessing Game||Clubhouse Jr. - What's Out There? 2018|
Activity “Pat Your Tummy” published in Highlights High Five
Article “Making Sense of Scent” published in Nature Friend
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“…The Scent of Something Sneaky is a top recommendation for pre-teens and teens looking for a leisure read that's action-packed and vivid.”-- Midwest Book Reviews
“…a good adventure that not only dwells on the intriguing mystery at hand, but also on the characters themselves.” – Readers’ Favorite 5-Star Rating
And, for Stinks!---August 7, 2015 “STEM Can Be Fiction, Too”
“...the type of book that is likely to inspire readers who might otherwise avoid STEM to give it a chance because it reveals how science can have important real-world applications.” STEM Friday
More reviews in Recognitions
Selection as a 2014 Outstanding Science Trade Book has helped Something Stinks!
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Teachers say Stinks! "will help me show my students science isn’t just a subject we learn…it’s a way of life!" And, "your book…we are using in conjunction with an end of the year STEM project on filtration and pollution."
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