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The Water Cycle

Earth’s water is constantly being recycled, a phenomenon also known as the hydrological process. It can take one of three forms: liquid, gas, and solid, and all three can be involved in the cycle. This infotoon originally appeared in Kids … Continue reading

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Mutter Juice Noise Re-rhymes

The following 3 images are from a book I’m working on entitled Mutter Juice Noise Re-rhymes, basically a phonetic mashup of Mother Goose. By employing this method I plan to rewrite most western literature. LOL!

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What’s In an Element?

Anita Brandolini’s Fizz, Bubble & Flash (Williamson Books) is one of the most clever books I’ve ever worked on, in particular its approach to something so mind-numbing as the periodic table. The book opens practical uses to nearly every element … Continue reading

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If it walks like a rock, and talks like a rock…

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Hit or Myth?

I was asked to illustrate an article for kids on how to write about mythical creatures, which is a great assignment. Mostly because mythical creatures are just that, and cannot be misrepresented. Woot!

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Halloween Fun

This is an image from Kids Write by Rebecca Olien. It was in regards to writing spooky stories. Lots of room for creepy-looking type… Enjoy! Click the image for a larger version to use for classrooms or whatever.

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Your Average Pond

Ever stop to consider how many different kinds of animals a small pond can support? Quite a few if you think about it. Make a day of it, pack a lunch, and sit patiently while all manner of animals pay … Continue reading

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Something missing from your breakfast table? The word Oviraptor means “egg thief,” after a fossil specimen was found on top of a pile of what was thought to be Protoceratops eggs. The image below is from Howard Temperley’s In the … Continue reading

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What Makes a Planet a Planet?

How do you solve a problem like a planet? Meeting in Prague in August of 2006, the IAU (International Astronomical Union) ruled that, in order for a celestial body to be referred to as a planet, it must meet three … Continue reading

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Earth as Mother

Ancient people believed that Earth was a god, and the Greeks referred to Earth as the mother Gaia (GUY-uh). She was also the mother of many of the other gods, including Zeus. Imagine someone telling Zeus that he had to … Continue reading

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