National Geographic is the only media organization with a basis in real scientific research. We’ve tapped into our resources to provide quality STEM titles that will both engage and inspire your middle grade readers.

solve this

In this dynamic hands-on title, we explain how to use problem-solving skills to overcome wacky and fun engineering challenges. For example; an eagle swoops down and grabs your sister’s teddy bear. Midair, he drops it on the other side of a raging creek. How do you get it back? Test your engineering skills by coming up with the perfect solution.

Ages 8–12 years • 8 x 10 • 160 pps

astronaut-aquanaut

Space and the ocean … think they don’t go together? Think again! Journey up in space with astronauts and dive deep in the ocean with aquanauts to discover the amazing science and innovations that allow humans to survive in these harsh environments. Learn what it takes to become an astronaut or an aquanaut, and along the way conduct fun experiments to help you prepare help for your new career!

Ages 8–12 years • 7-5/8 x 9-3/4 • 96 pps

super stellar solar system

Take to the skies with real-life planetary geologist and Mars rover scientist, Dr. Bethany Ehlmann aka Dr. E. Explore massive mountains, supersize storms, and alien atmospheres. Discover out-of-this-world information about our solar system with graphic novel flair!

Ages 8–12 years • 7-1/2 x 10 • 128 pps

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