Big Questionsfor Little Thinkers
Our children's book series is dedicated to inspiring a new generation of scientists, thinkers, and all-around adventurers. Our books are tailored to foster curiosity, wonder, critical thinking skills, and inspiration on the line where science and philosophy meet.Visit Our Store
The Story of Life
In this inspirational storybook written in rhyme, Annabelle asks "Why do we look, the way that we do? With hands and feet, in neat sets of two? What made my eyes? And what made my nose? And the shape of my body, from my head to my toes?" A wise owl answers with the amazing story of Darwinian evolution, and perhaps more importantly, what we can learn from it: to be kind to one another, as we are all related in the same family tree.More Info Buy Now
Oh, the Things We Believed!
In this delightful illustrated book written in rhyme, the children gaze at a face-shaped cloud, and Aiden asks if it is real. To answer, our favorite feathered-dinosaur, the Skeptisaurus, guides the children to use their critical thinking skills when determining myth from fact. He takes the kids on an amazing journey through legends of old times, from witches to oracles, explaining how we evolved to see things that aren't always there. But when those myths vanish, they see that real scientific discovery is just as exciting, and can change the world. The children learn that "real answers may not be magic, but they are always magical."More Info Buy Now
Worlds Within Us
"How did our universe form?" Annabelle wonders to Aiden. Luckily, the friendly Tardigrade Tom answers by taking the children on their biggest adventure yet! Soaring through space and time, they witness the universe's earliest stages, marvel at the big bang, and learn how each and every one of us is literally made of the same stardust. Readers will learn how we each hold a part of the universe inside us, and are far more special, interconnected, and 'larger' than we may think.More Info Buy Now
What Happens When We Die?
In this inspiring, life-affirming tale, Annabelle asks, “What happens when we die?” Aiden dreams of an afterlife with marshmallow shoes and chocolate kangaroos. But with the help of their dear friends (Tardigrade Tom and Skeptisaurus), the children discover what we DO know, and how worth celebrating it is. How our atoms rejoin the universe, which remains forever changed by our lives. How our energy lasts forever, along with the stories of our loved ones we keep alive by honoring their memories. And most of all, how mortality can inspire us to appreciate the incredible opportunity we’ve been given: to live the best, most meaningful lives we can, surrounded by the people we love.Buy Now
Sapiens: Our Human Evolution
Where did humans come from? What is our story? Join Annabelle & Aiden as their friend Lucy retraces our first steps in Africa. We fan across the globe, encountering the strangest human (and nonhuman) creatures: from twenty-foot sloths to tiny dwarves in faraway lands. Watch us learn to cook. Express ourselves. Farm, build empires, and fall in love. Marvel as we dream of kings, gods, and monsters, build pyramids and monuments to the sky, and finally light up our world with a scientific revolution. Celebrate human diversity, pluralism, and unity with our gorgeously-illustrated book. Readers will discover how our shared story can overcome our perceived differences. How it’s etched deep into genes: reminding us that we’re all children of Lucy, we all came from Africa, and have far more in common than we think.More Info Buy Now
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This World Was Made For Me!$16.00
“A playful, cautionary tale on respecting our planet, and our place within it.” -Cara Santa Maria This playful, thought-provoking tale explores life’s evolution through the five mass extinctions. Readers will swim with the Earth’s first microbes, burrow underground just in …Buy Now
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