Lucy's Lab is a STEM-based chapter book series for curious kids ages 7-9. In each book, Lucy and her classmates are inspired to investigate the world around them and set their imaginations free.
This bundle was specially created for the summer 2020 Lucy's Lab Book Club with author Michelle Houts. Each book will have its own online club of up to 25 participants. Once purchased, we will email registration info to join online for the following club meetings:
- July 18: Nuts About Science
- August 1: Solids, Liquids, Who's Got Gas?
- August 15: The Colossal Fossil Fiasco
The Lucy's Lab Bundle includes SIGNED copies of:
- Nuts about Science (Lucy's Lab 1)
- Solids, Liquids, Guess Who's Got Gas? (Lucy's Lab 2)
- The Colossal Fossil Fiasco (Lucy's Lab 3)
*While supplies last
About the Author
Michelle Houts is the award-winning author of several middle-grade novels, picture books, and biographies for young readers including Winterfrost, which was a 2014 Bank Street Best Book and Junior Library Guild selection, and The Beef Princess of Practical County, which was awarded the 2010 IRA Children’s Book Award. She lives in western Ohio where she writes in a restored one-room schoolhouse. While in second grade, she begged her parents for a chemistry kit but wasn’t quite sure what to do when she actually got it. Lucy’s Lab allows her to be the scientist she always wanted to be.
Elizabeth Zechel is an illustrator and author of the children’s book Is There a Mouse in the Baby’s Room? Her illustrations appear in books such as Wordbirds by Liesl Schillinger , The Little General and the Giant Snowflake by Matthea Harvey, and cookbooks such as Bubby’s Homemade Pies by Jen Bervin and Ron Silver, as well as a variety of magazine and literary journals. She lives in Brooklyn, New York where she teaches Kindergarten.