Books, Middle-Grade Nonfiction
A rooftop telescope and a dream: one manís quest to detect planets like Earth. (Available in March 2010.)
Award-winning article about Dr. Marcyís planet discoveries and detection method.
An ocean more than 60 miles deep may be hiding below the surface of Jupiter's icy moon, Europa--and there may be life.
Fiber optic cables hide under the streets, but these hair-thin strands of glass are critical for today's high-tech communications.
The discovery of water ice on the Moon could make a scientific outpost for studying other spots in the universe a reality in the future.
If life thrives in Earth's harshest climates, perhaps it can survive in hostile environments on other planets, such as Mars.
History and Literature, Articles
The influences of Samoa on Robert Louis Stevensonís life and writings.
Award-winning article about Lucy Maud Montgomery's book, Anne of Green Gables
, and the universal appeal of the book in Japan, Canada and around the world.