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  • Genre:JUVENILE NONFICTION
  • SubGenre:Science & Nature / Biology
  • Language:English
  • Pages:26
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667818825

Kids Talk About It! Mitosis

by Joy M. Ruiseñor

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Overview

"Kids Talk About It! Mitosis" is a book dedicated to educating children about mitosis by sharing the exciting adventure of seven school kids during their visit to the park. This book is filled with colorful and creative illustrations that will bring your imagination to the adventure of Nathan, his sister Linda, and their five friends as they explore a scientific lesson!

Description

"Kids Talk About It! Mitosis" is a book dedicated to educating children about mitosis by sharing the exciting adventure of seven school kids during their visit to the park. This book is filled with colorful and creative illustrations that will bring your imagination to the adventure of Nathan, his sister Linda, and their five friends as they explore a scientific lesson! Perfect for early readers, this book was written to inspire children of all backgrounds to have a love for science from an early age. No matter how you look, where you come from, or how old you are -- you deserve impactful content that teaches the wonders of science! The goal of this book is to inspire you to have a love for science and even other STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) fields too! Coloring pages are also included. Get ready to join these seven friends as they explore and learn about mitosis! For more information, also check out the book's website at: https://www.kidstalkaboutit.com

About the author

About the Author: Joy M. Ruiseñor has a bachelor's degree in Bilingual Childhood Education & Psychology with a minor in Studio Arts from The City College of New York (CCNY). Joy M. Ruiseñor has also completed a master's degree in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) at CCNY. During her undergraduate studies, Joy M. Ruiseñor participated in undergraduate biology research programs for several years. Joy M. Ruiseñor is currently an elementary school teacher and artist.

A team of book ambassadors with education backgrounds and/or careers represent this book. Everyone involved in this project wants to encourage each reader to know that they too can someday work with a team to express their love for science and the STEM fields through the arts and writing.

About the Illustrator: Daniel Song pursued his art degree at The City College of New York and graduated in May of 2015. He specialized in sketching, and has been drawing since he was two years old.  At the time of writing this bio, that would be nearly 37 years of drawing. An avid lover of science in general, Daniel has a strong belief that science should set a baseline for thought in all things.

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