According to the National Science Foundation, Every U.S.-educated scientist and engineer begins his or her science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education in the K–12 grades.
With our LITE guides, we hope to build interest in STEM with non-fiction themes, including great new titles like Owls by Gail Gibbons. This book wisely teaches us about a well known, unique bird. Fasciating facts paired with detailed illustrations allow deep understanding of the enigmatic owl. With text features such as labels, captions, and clear definitions throughout the book, young readers become experts on these magnificent nocturnal animals, perhaps leading to a great career in STEM.
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