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June 1, 2016

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Math and Science!

Stock up on nonfiction with help from Scholastic’s Math and Science Special Offers! With an amazing selection of books covering all topics and grade levels, these flyers are just right for scientists and mathematicians in the making.

Interested in K–2? Click here! How about grades 3–6? Right here!

The Explore with Science & Math flyer for grades K–2 features over 80 items, including fun read-alouds, hands-on experiments, learning games, and easy-to-read nonfiction!

One of the most exciting books on the flyer is Newton and Me, a brand-new picture book about a curious boy and his dog, Newton. With rhyming text and colorful pictures, this fun read-aloud introduces little learners to the world of physics. Join this boy and his adorable dog as they discover that what goes up must come down!

Ever wondered why feet smell? Get the answers to 20 fascinating questions about the human body in 20 Questions: Why Do Feet Smell? With questions and pictures on one page and answers on the back, kids won’t be able to put down this interactive book!

If that’s not enough yuck for you, follow up with the Super Stinky Experiments science kit, which contains experiments to make your own deodorant, scratch ‘n’ sniff stickers, and gooey toothpaste. Plus, get more smelly facts in the 32-page lab manual! Science can be cool and gross!

Science has never looked as amazing as it does in our new series, Scholastic Discover More. This flyer features Scholastic Discover More: Penguins, which provides an up-close look at penguins in their natural habitats. This book comes with a free digital companion book filled with more photos and up-to-the minute info on all 17 different kinds of penguins!

For kids in grades 3–6, check out the Blast Off! Science & Math flyer, which is packed with eye-popping nonfiction, puzzles, experiments, and more!

This Special Offer introduces Scholastic’s brand-new math challenge: Kakooma! Move over, sudoku and KenKen, because master mathematician Greg Tang has created a new addition game for kids. Each book features more than 70 addition puzzles and includes a scratch-off code to play even more Kakooma online. Plus, teachers receive a guide with reproducibles to get the whole class playing…and learning!

Dinosaurs: A Visual Encyclopedia, new from DK, takes readers on a fact-filled ride through a prehistoric world. This is a great reference book that features everything you need to know about the fascinating creatures that roamed the earth millions of years ago.

Got the graphic novel bug? Learn all about forces, motion, and cells from vampires and zombies in the Monster Science Pack. Isaac Newton has never been more thrilling and chilling!

Margaret Hagan is the merchandising coordinator for Scholastic Book Clubs Special Offers. She loves to travel, she is fluent in Spanish, and her all-time favorite children’s book is Walk Two Moons by Sharon Creech.

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  1. Lisa Kucera

    I purchased the SUPER STINKY experiments kit for $10 for my child. The two samples in the kit, skunk and rotten eggs, have NO ODOR at all. Please send a replacement to Lisa Kucera, 312 NE Sunderland Ct. Lees Summit, MO 64064. Thank you.

    • Preeti

      Hi, Lisa! We are sorry the Super Stinky Experiment Kit you received did not meet your needs. We will be happy to send you a replacement at the address you provided. If there is anything else we can help you with, please email us at clubs.socialmedia@scholastic.com. We will be happy to help!

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