The 7 Best Science Photography Books to Put on Your Coffee Table in 2022

Whether you’re an aspiring wildlife photographer or shopping for a gift for a friend who has it all, these beautifully illustrated books look perfect on a coffee table or lab bench — and they’re great reads too . Each features full-color, glossy images that showcase professionally captured weather phenomena, 3D depictions of cosmic clouds, magnificent … Read more

18 Educational and Fun Science Books for Elementary Children

Combining full-color illustrations with inspiring and relatable characters, this 3-book graphic novel series by Shannon Hale tells a story of friendship and hardship as they try to survive the challenges of elementary school down. Megan McDonald’s 13 books in this wildly popular chapter book series tells the story of Stink, a brave and surprisingly shrinking … Read more

Florence Given: “People don’t want you to break the mold… you needed to” | Wrote

FLawrence Geffen is an illustrator, writer, and feminist. She started her Instagram page as a 17-year-old art student in Plymouth to showcase her quirky female illustrations: she now has nearly 600,000 followers, and her merchandise has garnered fans including Rita Ora, who asked her to design products for her 2018 tour. Geffen’s first book, Women … Read more

Proving Ground Review: The Women Who Made American Computing Great | Wrote

In 1942, the unimaginable happened. An advertisement for “Help Needed” appeared in the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin: “Searching for Women in Major Mathematics.” The ad was placed by the US Army, which was hiring women to work at the University of Pennsylvania’s Moore School of Electrical Engineering. Kathleen McNulty was only 21, a brand new graduate … Read more

The children’s book tells the legend of the Kapaemahu monument about sacred stones and healers Mahu

Mahalo for her support of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Enjoy this free story! Every day, thousands of Waikiki tourists overlook the massive four-stone memorial on Kohio Beach, surrounded by a low iron fence, and walk briskly to take pictures of the statue of the legendary Duke Kahanamoku next to it. Few will stop reading the tablet … Read more

The Secret Art of Satire by Mike Judge

“Beavis and Butt-Head” premiered on MTV on March 8, 1993. The show’s protagonists — two rude, immature, violent, terribly cute, very American teens — have little else on the screen. Each episode involves the couple hanging out in their small Texas town, indulging in petty vandalism and silly conversation. In between these adventures, they watch … Read more