Tag Archives: Nomad Press

GAME LOGIC

I grew up with board games. Long sessions of Monopoly were interspersed with shorter sessions of Sorry, Clue, and Operation. With the popularity of online gaming, one would suspect games where you interact with other players around a board are … Continue reading

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BUILD IT ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE SERIES

Earth is our home, full of environmental problems and diverse life. This four book series covers the gamut of important topics. Each of the 122 page books provide resources, background information, and hands-on environmental projects perfect for middle grade minds. … Continue reading

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INNOVATORS and THE OREGON TRAIL

Here are two titles in Nomad’s Press BUILD IT YOURSELF series that are unique in their approach and presentation. INNOVATORS: THE STORIES BEHIND THE PEOPLE WHO SHAPED THE WORLD is about the products, processes, and improvements people created and implemented. … Continue reading

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EARTH, WIND, FIRE, AND RAIN

If you were expecting a post about the iconic musical group adding some rain to their band, you won’t find it here. What you will discover is another fantastic Mystery and Mayhem title written with flare by author Judy Dodge … Continue reading

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ERUPTIONS AND EXPLOSIONS

Sit tight—here’s another addition to the addicting Mystery & Mayhem series from NOMAD PRESS. You may have knowledge of these outbursts, but the stories before, during, and after each of these life-changing events drive this page-turner. 1815 Mount Tambora in … Continue reading

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REBELS AND REVOLUTIONS from Nomad Press

Non-fiction readers can rejoice with the release of the sixth book in the Mystery and Mayhem series. In REBELS AND REVOLUTIONS read the true stories of five individuals who chose to rise up and fight injustice in America. Fifteen year … Continue reading

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SHAKESPEARE–Investigate the Bard’s Influence on Today’s World

For young people age 12-15, mention the name William Shakespeare and you’ll get two very different reactions. Some can’t get enough while others find his writing confusing. This great new  title will satisfy both camps. The format is entertaining and … Continue reading

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