Have you seen Buffy Silverman’s delightful picture book, On a Snow-Melting Day: Seeking Signs of Spring, yet?
If not, you’re in luck. With permission from Millbrook Press, Buffy Silverman reads her book aloud and shares science activity suggestions.
What a perfect way to celebrate spring!
On a Snow-Melting Day: Seeking Signs of Spring
1. There is something about spring that inspires poetry. In fact, April is National Poetry Month.
Check the National Poetry Month website for the Dear Poet Activity and videos of poets reading their poems. Write your own ode to spring.
See more poetry activity suggestions and related books in our National Poetry Month category.
2. For a list of STEAM activity websites and suggestions, visit the STEAM Team 2020.
Age Range: 4 – 9 years
Publisher: Millbrook Press TM (February 4, 2020)
If you are on Twitter, you might have seen the hashtag #SteamTeam2020 and wondered what it was.
We are a group of authors with Science Technology Engineering Art and Math children’s books in a mix of genres that are coming out in the year 2020.
Check the website for much more information.
We have STEAM books for everyone, ranging from:
Rhyming picture books that beg to be read aloud
On a Snow-Melting Day: Seeking Signs of Spring by Buffy Silverman, Millbrook Press TM (Published February 4, 2020)
Can’t wait to use this one for STEM Story Time.
Nonfiction picture book biographies
Wood, Wire, Wings: Emma Lilian Todd Invents an Airplane by Kirsten W. Larson and illustrated by Tracy Subisak, Calkins Creek (publishing February 25, 2020)
Middle grade nonfiction books with hands-on activities
Amazing Amphibians: 30 Activities and Observations for Exploring Frogs, Toads, Salamanders, and More by Lisa J. Amstutz (Chicago Review Press; First edition (published January 7, 2020)
Middle Grade Fiction
Chirp by Kate Messner, Bloomsbury Children’s Books (Published February 4, 2020)
and more. What an amazing assortment!
Expect more announcements and reviews over the upcoming year.
Have you seen any of these books yet? What genre(s) are you interested in?