Stephanie Warren Drimmer
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About Stephanie Warren Drimmer
Stephanie Warren Drimmer is a science writer based in Los Angeles, California. She writes books and magazine features for kids about everything from the strangest places in space, to the chemistry of cookies, to the mysteries of the human brain. She has a degree in science journalism from New York University...but she thinks she likes writing for kids because she's secretly still one herself.
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Dig into the amazing past of ancient Egypt in this new Level 3 Reader from National Geographic Kids.
From pyramids and mummies to pharaohs and gods, kids will learn all about the history and culture of this fascinating land. Level 3 text provides accessible yet wide-ranging information for fluent readers. The expert-vetted text, along with brilliant photos and a fun approach to reading have proved to be a winning formula with kids, parents, and educators.
Meet cuttlefish that can camouflage themselves, octopuses that outsmart their predators, and squid that patrol the deep in this cool fact-filled reader.
Learn everything you've ever wanted to know about cephalopods, from inking, to hunting, to coconut carrying. Squish along with squid, camouflage with cuttlefish, and marvel at magnificent octopuses. Packed with weird-but-true facts and tons of cool animal info, this Level 3 Reader explores the incredible world of cephalopods.
National Geographic Fact Readers feature the same expert-vetted running text as traditional readers--with a bonus of 100 fun facts sprinkled throughout! A fact roundup at the end of each book lets kids review what they've learned. (Plus, they can impress their friends with their animal expertise!)
With chapters on future cities, space travel, high-tech entertainment, animal-inspired tech, and even saving the world, this book is a thorough, smart, and—at times—even funny guide to life in the future. A fresh, futuristic design; big, exciting images; and chunky, digestible text make even the most complex-seeming tech and science accessible and fun. Plus, seven original, full-spread illustrations—reviewed by an expert futurist—will give kids a glimpse into the world of tomorrow.