For Preschool through Elementary Grades
NIGHT BECOMES DAY: CHANGES IN NATURE
NIGHT BECOMES DAY: CHANGES IN NATURE — a national Golden Kite Award finalist!
Change can be small or big, slow or quick. Ocean waves shift beaches, rivers carve canyons. A pumpkin tendril reaches skyward, an acorn cracks open and sends down a root.
Lyrical text and stunning photographs invite readers to explore the transformative power of nature all around us!
Great for grades preK-3. Info in the back of the book explains more about the science for older grades.
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For Middle Grades
STEAM Jobs in Cybersecurity
Cybersecurity is an exciting topic in the computing field! This book introduces it to readers in grades 4-8. Illustrated with photographs, 48 pages.
Published by Rourke Educational Media.
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VERMONT ACT 250 HANDBOOK: A GUIDE TO STATE AND REGIONAL LAND USE REGULATION
This book explains Vermont’s innovative land-use law and shows citizens how they can get involved in local decisions about development. 263 pages.
Praise from Readers
“This thorough and professional book provides a complete understanding of Vermont’s world famous and controversial land use control law.” – Martin L. Johnson, PhD, PE, Former Secretary, Vermont Agency of Environmental Conservation
“The [Vermont Act 250] Handbook is eminently readable and is an excellent starting source for Act 250 researchers….” – From “Toward Sustainability: Vermont’s Act 250” by Richard Oliver Brooks, Professor of Law, Vermont Law School
“Act 250, Vermont’s landmark land use regulation law, is nearly universally praised for its role in protecting Vermont’s character and natural beauty…. In the past, Act 250 has been criticized by those who feel the permit process has become too time-consuming.… The explanations and analyses contained [in the Vermont Act 250 Handbook] will grease the regulatory wheels.” – From the forward by Doug Costle, Former Administrator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency