Engage, Educate, & Inspire with Science!
We create science content – books, media, presentations, & kits – for children. Our goal is to engage, educate, and inspire young children to explore the scientific world around them. We understand that science is a language that is best introduced at a young age. Through our books and outreach, we hope to launch the next generation of scientists on their journey of discovery!
|March 8th-9th||ECET2: |
Elevating and Celebrating Effective Teaching and Teachers Conference
|Farmington Public Library |
#ReadFourCorners Author Fair
|Our Cosmic Address presentation @ Loma Colorado Public Library||Rio Rancho, NM|
|April 27th 9am-5pm|| |
NHCC Children’s Bilingual Book Festival
National Hispanic Cultural Center –
History and Literary Arts Building ,
A Universe of Stories
New Mexico Public Libraries Summer Reading Program Presentations
|June 6th 10:30-11:30am||Constellations @ Los Lunas Public Library||Los Lunas, NM|
|June 25th 1:30pm-2:30pm||Phases of the Moon @ Belen Public Library||Belen, NM|
|July 9th 2-3pm||Our Cosmic Address @ Azte Public Library||Aztec, NM|
|July 17th 10-11am||Phases of the Moon @ Bernalillo Public Library||Bernalillo, NM|
|July 20th 10:30-11:30am||Our Cosmic Address @ Alamogordo Public Library||Alamogordo, NM|
|July 22nd 10-11am||Phases of the Moon @ Capitan Public Library||Capitan, NM|
Testamonials…beautiful photography with a science narrative…
Great for science activity tables. The Parent/Educator section helped my class recreate the science!
Wonderful for young children, and I learned something too!
Author & Photographer
Misty Carty is a children’s science author and proud member of STEM-NM. She has published three science narrative titles: Where is the Moon?, Why are there Seasons?, and Where did the Sun go?: The Great American Total Solar Eclipse. In addition to writing, Misty provides formal and informal science outreach presentations to schools and museums around New Mexico, Colorado, and Wyoming. She received her Ph.D. in astronomy from the University of Maryland, College Park and was a professor of Physics and Astronomy at McKendree University and Marymount University. Through her writing and outreach, Misty hopes to inspire children of all ages to explore the world around them and become scientists themselves!