Learn about Albert Einstein and pi for Pi day (3.14)!
Curious minds of all ages can find in-depth research into top scientific discoveries, explore popular topics like the environment, and read biographies of notable leaders in the sciences. Both fiction and nonfiction book lists can help round out your understanding or inspire your next project.
Earth Day builds awareness of global environmental issues, promotes sustainability, and encourages actionable steps.
It’s a fine time to think about reviving a garden. Why not enjoy some books to get you into the mood?
Get ready for the Great Backyard Bird Count by cuddling up and watching films!
This annual February event brings people around the world together to watch, learn about, count and celebrate birds.
Space historian Jordan Bimm lists his recommendations for the space race and NASA history.
To accompany the Literature and Environment: A Reading and Creative Writing Colloquium.
Celebrate the intersection of science, crafts and making!
The New Jersey State Assembly passed a joint resolution on March 30, 2023, to officially designate April as Native Plants Month.
Take advantage of any opportunity to explore the outdoors right in our own backyard.
Each year the Princeton Environmental Film Festival picks ten recent books that reflect timely environmental themes.
Learn more about the 1969 mission to the moon, space travel, and the cosmos.
Apocalyptic, dire, and full of dread, check out these titles.
Welcome to the nerd zone. Please enjoy this list of popular science reads.
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Covers all aspects of human impact to the environment in a collection of scholarly, government and general-interest titles.
Over 25,000 encyclopedic entries for grades 5-8.
Reference database in science, history, literature, geography, health, and career guidance plus curriculum resource center, K-12
Coverage of the COVID-19 outbreak including thousands of open-access articles from the world’s leading publishers
Explore how climate change affects your world by searching events, impacts, and related climate signals.
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