Dirt: The Scoop on Soil (Amazing Science (Picture Window))

Dirt The Scoop on Soil Amazing Science Picture Window Sand silt clay and humus Dig deep into this book about soil to discover the world beneath you feet

  • Title: Dirt: The Scoop on Soil (Amazing Science (Picture Window))
  • Author: Natalie M. Rosinsky Sheree Boyd
  • ISBN: 9781404803312
  • Page: 362
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sand, silt, clay, and humus Dig deep into this book about soil to discover the world beneath you feet.

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    About "Natalie M. Rosinsky Sheree Boyd"

    1. Natalie M. Rosinsky Sheree Boyd

      My touchstones have always been books Like clear eyed family members, different books have anticipated my needs and questions, mirrored my problems, and provided help or inspiration.I grew up on an inner city block made famous in Betty Smith s A Tree Grows in Brooklyn As a high school English teacher, I recognized many funny or painful experiences captured in the pages of Bel Kaufman s Up the Down Staircase Later, the mayhem if not the murders of Amanda Cross s mystery novels, with their university settings, seemed familiar as I completed graduate degrees at the University of Wisconsin Madison and became a college professor What Color is Your Parachute guided my next career move into the business world, where I worked as a corporate trainer and instructional designer.For a quarter century, I lived with my husband and son in Mankato, Minnesota, on the Big Hill of Maude Hart Lovelace s beloved Betsy Tacy series for young readers Those works and my encounters with Lovelace fans on their pilgrimage to our neighborhood took on new meaning as I began to write myself Now, after a recent move to Bloomington, Minnesota, I am ready for another new chapter in my life Which books shall I readwhat new work may they inspire Since 1994, I have written over 100 nonfiction articles, activities and books for children and young adults In 2000, my piece about puzzles in Cricket magazine, No Cross Words Allowed, won the Society of Children s Book Writers and Illustrators Merit Award for the year s best nonfiction article In 2004, my article about forensic science in Odyssey magazine, Facing Jack the Ripper Forensics Then and Now, was awarded a letter of merit in SCBWI s annual competition.Sarah Winnemucca Scout, Activist, and Teacher, my biography of that Northern Paiute leader, was honored by the Western Writers of American as a finalist in the 2007 Spur Award competition for juvenile nonfiction Sarah Winnemucca also represented the state of Nevada at the 2006 National Book Festival in Washington, D C This biography was named one of 2006 s best books for children by the Bank Street College of Education.I have written science picture books and chapter books on holidays, money, hospitals, Native American tribes, California ranchos, the Vietnam War era, world religions, and science My longer works for older readers include a book about the mystery of Jack the Ripper and biographies of popular author Amy Tan and scientific genius Sir Isaac Newton I have also written the stories of the atomic bomb and pharmaceuticals and delved into the culture of comics In 2011, Graphic Content The Culture of Comic Books was named a Book of Note for young adults by the Pennsylvania School Librarians Association.I enjoy writing so much that I completed a series of books to help young people write their own stories and books In 2008, this ongoing series won a Distinguished Achievement Award from the Association of Educational Publishers In 2009, the Pennsylvania School Librarians Association named Write Your Own Graphic Novel a 2008 Young Adult Top 40 Nonfiction Title My motto is Plan ahead, but also live write now.

    718 thoughts on “Dirt: The Scoop on Soil (Amazing Science (Picture Window))”

    1. This was a good non-fiction text to help introduce students to the subject of earth science and soil. I believe it would work well as a read aloud for second and third grade and an independent read for the upper grades. The language isn't too dense and it is written in a way that it is easily understood by the reader. It would work well as a way to integrate reading into a science class as a hook to start a unit on soil. It would also work as a good model for the students to use as a template fo [...]


    2. This is a good book that can be used while teaching Science. It provides information about dirt and soil and what it is mixed with. This book provides several fun facts that can be used for instruction as well. I would use this book to show students different book genres and the reasons why this is a non-fiction book.


    3. This is a good book to introduce a lesson in soil. It is very simple. It gives good information about soil. It talks about the things you can grow in soil because of the things you find in it. It also has experiments.


    4. Very well written book on dirt and everything in it.just the kind of book that my boys loved. Even has some neat experiments at the back. We might do one for science fair this next year.




    5. This is a great informative book about dirt and all the things you can grow and find in the dirt. It explains where dirt comes from and how to plant flowers in the dirt in your environment.




    6. There's more that meets the eye underground in the dirt. This book will share necessary info in a fun way for early learners.


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