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Monday, December 19, 2022

Best STEM Books for Kids from 2022


It was a banner year for science books for children. Here are the titles we found to be outstanding in the area of STEM. We have linked our reviews to titles we have reviewed on the blog. We continue to review 2022 titles, so look for upcoming reviews for titles we haven't featured on the blog yet.

The Adventures of Dr. Sloth
by Suzi Eszterhas
Millbrook Press

by Gail Jarrow
Calkins Creek

Buildings That Breathe: Greening the World's Cities
by Nancy F. Castaldo
Twenty-First Century Books

by Nell Cross Beckerman
illustrated by Kalen Chock
Orchard Books

by Larissa Theule
illustrated by Steve Light
Candlewick Press

by Jennifer Swanson
Reycraft Books

by Matt Lilley
illustrated by Dan Tavis
Tilbury House

How to Build a Human in Seven Evolutionary Steps
by Pamela S. Turner
art by John Gurche
Charlesbridge Publishing

by Sarah C. Campbell
photographs by Richard P. Campbell
Astra Books for Young Readers

by Caroline Arnold
Charlesbridge Publishing

A River's Gifts: The Mighty Elwha River Reborn
by Patricia Newman
illustrated by Natasha Donovan
Millbrook Press

A Seed Grows
by Antoinette Portis
Neal Porter Books

by Miriam Forster
illustrated by Gordy Wright
Abrams Books for Young Readers

The Snowy Owl Scientist
by Mark Wilson
Clarion Books

by Melissa Stewart
illustrated by Amy Hevron
Random House

Life in Hot Water: Wildlife at the Bottom of the Ocean
by Mary Batten
illustrated by Thomas Gonzalez
Peachtree Publishing

by Jason Chin
Neal Porter Books

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