Best Teen & Young Adult Water Science Books
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1. Neuroanatomy Coloring Book: Human Brain Coloring Book for Neuroscience and Neuroanatomy Workbook
Author: by Summer Sparks
Published at: Independently published (January 29, 2021)
An Easy, Fun and Effective Way to Learn and Master Neuroanatomy and the Structures of the Human Brain! Coloring is the most effective way to study the structure and functions of the human brain and neuroanatomy. This book is structured for ease of use, with comprehensive coverage of the human brain and nervous system.
You assimilate information and make visual associations with key terminology when coloring in this Neuroanatomy Coloring Book, all while having fun! These illustrations show the brain and its components in detail and makes it easy to identify specific structures for an entertaining way to learn neuroanatomy.
With this vivid change-of-pace study tool, you have the freedom to master neuroanatomy in a fun and memorable way. Ideal for all kind of students and science lovers to make the most out of their interest in neuroanatomy. Whether you are following a neuroscience course or just interested in the human brain and its structures, let this book guide you!
This book features:More than 90 pages with unique easy-to-color illustrations of components, structure and functions of the nervous system and the human brain with their anatomical terminology. Allows students to easily learn the neuroanatomy. Numbered lead lines clearly identify structures to be colored and correspond to a numbered list with the illustration.Large format 8.5″x11.
2. My First Book About the Oceans (Dover Children's Science Books)
Author: by Patricia J. Wynne
Published at: Dover Publications; Illustrated edition (June 13, 2018)
What’s so special about the ocean?Everything! The birthplace of all life on Earth, it is the largest of the world’s ecosystems, covering almost three-quarters of our planet. It produces most of the fresh water we drink and half the oxygen that we breathe.
In fact, the very land we are standing on came from the ocean floor and will one day return there. In this carefully researched, fun-to-color book, you’ll learn how the ocean does many wondrous things. Find out how it determines both the climate and the weather.
Encounter the tiny animals and plants floating on the surface as well as the monstrous creatures lurking in the dark abyss. And most importantly, discover why a healthy ocean is essential and what you can do to help protect it.
3. Endomorph Diet Plan for Women: A Guide Plan Step-by-Step for your Specific Body Type to Weight Loss with Delicious Recipes and Specific Excercises
Author: by Lucy J. Bell
Published at: Independently published (December 5, 2020)
Tired of constantly being on a diet with no weight loss to show for it? You don’t have to suffer just because you’re an endomorph. You just need the best endomorph diet plan for women. Dear friend,It’s not easy to lose weight, especially if you’re prone to store fat.
It’s no surprise that you sometimes lose motivation to keep working on your body. But, since you’re here, you’re obviously not giving up! Would you like to:Learn more about your specific type of physique? Prove to yourself that you’re in control of your weight?
Discover the easiest way to finally reach your weight goal? Improve your appearance and health? The good news is, in the book Endomorph Diet Plan for Women, you’ll find all these answers and then some! The best part is, the author will walk you through the process step by step.
Here’s what this guide by Lucy J. Bell has to offer: A detailed endomorph diet plan for women including more than 60 recipes and different exercisesInsights into how to protect and improve your health while on a dietStrategies to accelerate fat loss never-before-seen tips and tricksA 7-day sample menu for the endomorphic body typeMyth-busting not everything you hear about the endomorph diet is true.
4. Tracking Trash: Flotsam, Jetsam, and the Science of Ocean Motion (Scientists in the Field Series)
Author: by Loree Griffin Burns
Published at: HMH Books for Young Readers; Reprint edition (April 5, 2010)
Aided by an army of beachcombers, oceanographer Dr. Curtis Ebbesmeyer tracks trash in the name of science. From sneakers to hockey gloves, Curt monitors the watery fate of human-made cargo that has spilled into the ocean. The information he collects is much more than casual news; it is important scientific data.
And with careful analysis, Curt, along with a community of scientists, friends, and beachcombers alike, is using his data to understand and protect our ocean. In engaging text and unforgettable images, readers meet the woman who started it all (Curt’s mother!, the computer program that makes sense of his data (nicknamed OSCURS), and several scientists, both on land and on the sea, who are using Curt’s discoveries to preserve delicate marine habitats and protect the creatures who live in them.
A Boston GlobeHorn Book Award Honor Book for Nonfiction.
5. Going Blue: A Teen Guide to Saving Our Oceans, Lakes, Rivers, & Wetlands
Author: by Cathryn Berger Kaye M.A.
Published at: Free Spirit Publishing; Original edition (August 1, 2010)
Written by service learning expert Cathryn Berger Kaye and celebrity ocean spokesperson Philippe Cousteau, Going Blue educates young people about the earth’s water crisis and gives them tools and inspiration to transform their ideas into action. With lively photos and practical suggestions, the book helps teens plan and do a meaningful service project that benefits our planet’s water system.
Along the way, readers learn about issues such as clean water access, coral reef damage, runoff pollution, trash islands, factory fishing, bottled water, and much more. This combination of academic learning and community service is at the heart of the fast-growing teaching strategy known as service learning.
Going Blue is divided into the five stages of service learning: investigation, preparation, action, reflection, and demonstration. Special sections include a history of ocean exploration with a profile of Jacques Cousteau; an interview with Philippe Cousteau; stories of young people around the world addressing water issues; book and Web resources; and an afterword for adults.
6. Extreme Sports: Dive!
Author: by Darice Bailer
Published at: National Geographic Kids; Illustrated edition (May 1, 2002)
These high-speed introductions to extreme sports showcase the skills and share the secrets of these sports. These are ideal books to have on hand for any youngster with an interest in sports. Showcasing safety tips and proper equipment, these books are informative and action-packed.
7. Evaporation, Transpiration and Precipitation | Water Cycle for Kids | Children's Water Books
Author: by Baby Professor
Published at: Baby Professor (December 1, 2017)
Help your child to better understand the water cycle through illustrations. This picture book for kids is a wonderful resource tool because it appeals to the imagination. Learning about the water cycle is an important fact that builds your child’s conscious conservation efforts.
Water is an important resource. Encourage your child to find out why. Read this book today!
8. Journey into the Deep: Discovering New Ocean Creatures (Junior Library Guild Selection)
Author: by Rebecca L. Johnson
Published at: Millbrook Press ™; Illustrated edition (August 1, 2010)
Have you ever wondered what mysteries the ocean holds? Prepare to explore the ocean from sunlit shallows to the deepest, darkest depths. Along the way, you’ll meet many incredible creatures that are brand new to science. Dive to a coral reef and spot a new species of pygmy octopus.
Travel deeper and discover fragile, nearly transparent jellies as they drift past. Then head down into a world of eternal night. You’ll encounter animals that make their own light and zombie worms that feast on the bones of dead whales.
Your adventure is based on the real journeys of scientists involved in the Census of Marine Life. From 2000 to 2010, more than two thousand researchers from eighty-two countries carried out the most extensive investigation of ocean life ever attempted.Author Rebecca L.
Johnson takes readers to research sites around the globe, showing how ocean scientists do their work. Stunning photographs throughout bring readers face-to-face with some of the most mesmerizing creatures on Earth.
9. A Rose Out of a Rock: The Truth About the Process- A Prayer Warrior's Memoir and Tool for DELIVERANCE HEALING MEDITATION
Author: by Ballalaine Rose Davies
Published at: Independently published (March 3, 2021)
This memoir is based on my personal failures, successes, and relentless desire to know and uphold my truth, the truth and the ultimate truth, The Living Word of God. I am grateful for several friends and family in encouraging me to start the work, persevere with it, and finally to publish it.
This memoir includes reflection pages within so that you can easily jot down memories that coincide with my stories; scriptures that you found helpful, thoughts and just anything that God lays on your heart. There is a release that comes with writing that cannot be taught.
I pray that this book will help others to win the battle waged from darkness. I pray that we all come out as victors and not victims. I pray that these pages are a blessing to anyone who reads them.
I pray blessings and increase upon every area of your life. There’s never a dull moment in the life of this Rose that grows out of a rock. She camouflages sunshine, has serendipitous family secrets, generational dysfunction,and lies. She suffers betrayal, jealousy, abandonment, incest, rape, and hatred.
10. Adolf Hitler Biography: A Comprehensive Biography of One of the Most Feared Leaders of the 20th Century- From Gefreiter to Führer (Adolf Hitler Biography)
Author: by Nichola Wil
Published at: Independently published (May 21, 2019)
Are you interested in learning more about Adolf Hitler, one of the most FEARED leaders of all time? Today only, get this Amazon book for just $19. 99 for a limited time. Regularly priced at $45.99. In this candid guide, you’ll discover what made the boy such a successfully murderous man.Adolf Hitler.
This name triggers a range of emotions for so many people.Hatred.Fear.Fascination. Historians have been studying his story since he died at the end of World War 2. What drove a young man from Austria to seek out power, and use it to murder so many innocent people?
In Hitler’s Biography, I’ll take you through the early beginnings of Hitler’s childhood, right up until that fateful day when he shot himself in a bunker after the 3rd Reich failed and he had changed the world forever. A darker time in history we’ve not yet seen.This is his story.
Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn… Where Hitler came from and what inspired him to extremist beliefs His role in creating a new ideology, one that persists today The young, ambitious politician and how he rose to prominence How the Fhrer came to be, and how he gathered his power Hitler’s final solution, and the devastation it created How Hitler was beaten, and his final daysBy studying the past, we prepare for a brighter future.
11. Snowflake Mandalas Coloring Book: Winter Coloring Books For Adults
Author: by Cormac Ryan Press
Published at: Independently published (November 13, 2020)
Cleverbeguiling.Readers age 11 and older are likely to finish this book feeling both persuaded and uplifted. Beauty has a way of doing that. Wall Street JournalFor young readers comes an imaginative guide to ocean plastics, filled with tips and tricks for identifyingand combatingpollution in our oceans.
Inspired by biologist AnaPgo’s life’s work, and filled with engaging science and colorful photographs, this foundational look at plastic pollution in the ocean explains why it is such an urgent contemporary issue. When she was young, Ana Pgo didn’t play in a backyard, but on a beach.
She walked along the shore, looked at tide pools, and collected fossils. As she grew older, Pgo noticed a new species at the seaside: plastic. She decided to collect it, study it, and give it a Latin namePlasticus maritimusto warn people of its dangers to our planet.
Pgo tells us how plastics end up in our rivers, lakes, and oceans, shares plastic’s chemical composition and physical properties, and offers a field guide to help readers identify and understand this new invasive species in all its forms, from the obvious (fishing nets and water bottles) to the unfamiliar (tiny, clear particles called microplastics).
13. The Politics of Water Scarcity (Opposing Viewpoints (Paperback))
Author: by Susan Nichols
Published at: Greenhaven Publishing (August 15, 2017)
Clean water is something we take for granted. It’s there when we turn on our taps to fill a glass, take a shower, or wash our hands. But for many of the world’s citizens, water is a precious commodity. Many don t have access to clean water.
Others must use the same water for drinking, cooking, and cleaning. Is access to clean water a human right? Should water be provided by governments or private entities? Will water become a commodity of the rich? And how are our environmental practices affecting the world’s supply of water?
14. What the Sea Teaches Us: The Crew of the Morning Light (Disney Editions Deluxe)
Author: by Jeff Kurtti
Published at: Disney Editions; 1st edition (October 7, 2008)
There are many lessons in sailing, Roy E.Disney believes. Not just about competition, but the importance of teamwork, good communication, reliance in self, trust in others, and what the sea teaches us all about patience, perseverance, and just plain luck.
This idea is brought to vivid life in What the Sea Teaches Us: The Crew of the Morning Light, a beautiful companion book to Roy E. Disney’s remarkable sailing documentary, Morning Light. Every other year, ambitious and adventure-hungry sailors embark on an ocean race that starts in Los Angeles, California and finishes in Hawaiithe Transpacific Yacht Race.
The race is one of the most challenging and competitive sporting events in the world, and has been drawing in generations of sailors for over a hundred years with its beguiling siren’s song. This book chronicles the recruitment, training, and performance of one of the youngest crews ever to compete in the race.
With an average age of 21. 2 years, these fifteen fearless young sailors battled the elements and the odds as, on their own, they sailed a Transpac 52 called Morning Light across the Pacific Ocean.None were actors. There was no script, and no preconceived outcome.