How did Louis Pasteur discover what causes spoilage of food and disease?
What can Mount St. Helens teach us about Noah’s Flood?
Simple, interesting text and beautiful color pictures describe many giants who have lived or still live in the sea.
Thirteen animals are presented, with descriptions of their “crimes” and information about how to deal with them.
Blaise Pascal, a French scientist and theologian from the 1600s, made one of the most famous wagers of all time.
After becoming a doctor and surgeon during World War II, Paul Brand spent his life trying to help people suffering from leprosy—and made many advances in research on the disease.
A father teaches his children about what fossils are and how they were formed in this wonderful picture book!
Faced with the challenge to prove evolution, a doctor sets out on a lifelong, worldwide mission to gather evidence.
The solar system, as well as the rest of the universe, are described in a God-honoring way in this great science textbook for elementary students.
A description of the study of genetics and the mapping of the human genome, as well as practical uses for this study.
Archimedes, who lived on the island of Sicily in the 200s BC, and who was perhaps the greatest scientist and mathematician who ever lived, is brought to life in this fascinating biography.