• May 2005

      From Cosmology to Ecology

      The Monist World-View in Germany from 1770 to 1930

      by Eric Paul Jacobsen

      This book traces the development of the monist world-view in Germany from the Age of Goethe to the 1920s. Originally a core idea in the philosophy of Spinoza, monism, the idea of a universe of one substance that is both mind and matter, inspired many Germ

    • November 2010

      Architecture as Cosmology

      Lincoln Cathedral and English Gothic Architecture

      by John Shannon Hendrix

      Architecture as Cosmology examines the precedents, interpretations, and influences of the architecture of one of the great buildings in the history of architecture, Lincoln Cathedral. It analyzes the origin and development of its architectural forms, whic

    • September 2015

      Ecozoic Spirituality

      The Symphony of God, Humanity, and the Universe

      by Kwang Sun Choi

      This book guides the reader to the emerging Ecozoic Era when humans will be present upon the Earth in a mutually enhancing manner. Indeed, this book calls for an Ecozoic spirituality that is timely and much needed. It also illustrates an important directi

    • Space (Children's/YA)

      Let's Explore Mars

      by Baby Professor

      Mars, A.K.A The Red Planet, has been the topic of many alien life speculations for so many years. With this picture book, you will finally learn about Mars; maybe enough to decide for yourself whether life can exist in it or not. Reading a picture book fu

    • Space (Children's/YA)

      Let's Explore the Solar System (Planets)

      by Baby Professor

      Do you know that you live in a galaxy so big you are but a speck in its total existence? This beautiful picture book features the magnificent solar system and its planets. Here, you will learn about all the planets and the characteristics that make life p

    • Space (Children's/YA)

      Stars So Bright: Book of Constellations (Kiddie edition)

      by Baby Professor

      It's always a pleasant and calming feeling to look up at stars. But you can turn that feeling into one of learning through this picture book of constellations. Here, your child will be trained basic astronomy, starting off with the identification of star

    • Space (Children's/YA)

      Let's Explore the Moon

      by Baby Professor

      The moon has been the object of several fascinations and explorations, but why? Turn the pages of this coloring book to find out the answer! Picture books are highly effective in breaking down complex information into pieces that are easier to understand.

    • Space (Children's/YA)

      Why Does It Happen?: Planets, Outer Space and the Atmosphere

      by Baby Professor

      Learning does not only happen in school, it happens anywhere too! This picture book is amazingly effective at breaking down complex facts pertaining to the outer space, and then presenting them in pieces that are easy to understand. Because the images are

    • Space (Children's/YA)

      2nd Grade Science Workbook: The Universe and the Galaxy

      by Baby Professor

      Ever wonder what's outside the world you see? Open this workbook to find out. Picture books are more detailed and descriptive compared to the usual school textbooks. It is the perfect complement to classroom-based teaching because it allows for informatio

    • Space (Children's/YA)

      6th Grade Science Workbook: Space and the Cosmos

      by Baby Professor

      Let's explore outer space through this amazing science workbook! Here, you don't just read about the space and cosmos, you actually see it for your own eyes. That's the beauty of picture books because they allow you to experience the learning yourself. Th

    • Space (Children's/YA)

      About the Milky Way (Our Home Galaxy) : 3rd Grade Science Textbook Series

      by Baby Professor

      Is your child interested to know what's out there? Well, let him see for himself! This beautiful book features the universe with all its twinkling stars and pretty planets. Use this book to encourages your child to like space science because it provides a

    • Space (Children's/YA)

      Our Solar System (Sun, Moons & Planets) : Second Grade Science Series

      by Baby Professor

      Yes, science can be made fun and easy! This book features the solar system in all its glory. You can see pictures of the planets and the galaxy in full color. The layout is definitely going to amaze and delight a child. As a result, learning becomes highl

    • Space (Children's/YA)

      All About Planet Earth (Earth Science) : First Grade Geography Workbook Series

      by Baby Professor

      Earth is the only home in the galaxy, so it is important that your child learns to care for it. This educational book will open your child's eyes to the beauty of the planet. At the end of this book, your child will be blurting out commonly referred to te

    • Space (Children's/YA)

      Who Lives On The Moon (Moon Facts) : Second Grade Geography Series

      by Baby Professor

      Why does the moon look like cheese? Is is true that there's a man in the moon? Open this educational book to find out the answer. This is a collection of moon facts that your child will enjoy reading and learning. Information is presented with the use of

    • Space (Children's/YA)

      Book On Space: Asteroids and Meteors

      by Baby Professor

      What is outer space like? This book has pictures and a few facts in text available for your children to ponder over! The use of pictures and the amazing layout will encourage active participation in the creation of memories rich in learning. If you have a

    • Space (Children's/YA)

      Solar System for Kids : The Sun and Moon

      by Baby Professor

      What and how big is the solar system? Allow your child to find out the answers to these questions though the use of this very interactive and informative book. In the following pages, you will find pictures that come complete with colors and as few texts

    • Space (Children's/YA)

      Solar System for Kids: The Planets and Their Moons

      by Baby Professor

      The solar system is a complicated but very interesting subject to study. The problem is, school textbooks are so heavy with texts, they become very boring to children. The good news is, workbooks such as this exist. Using a hands-on and picture-dominated

    • Space (Children's/YA)

      Mars: Planets in Our Solar System | Children's Astronomy Edition

      by Baby Professor

      What's in the Red Planet and why is it the subject of so many explorations? Open this book and your child will find out on his/her own. Learning through pictures is a much more effective way of absorbing information because they taps into your child's int

    • Space (Children's/YA)

      Mercury: Planets in Our Solar System | Children's Astronomy Edition

      by Baby Professor

      The solar system is the topic that forms the foundation of space science. If your child is a master at this subject, then there is an increased possibility that he/she will master sciences too. In this edition, the focus will be mercury and how it is simi

    • Space (Children's/YA)

      Saturn: Planets in Our Solar System | Children's Astronomy Edition

      by Baby Professor

      Study the planets and the stars with the help of this very depictive educational book. This book captures the need for visuals in order for a young child to be interested in the subject. Learning through more photos and select texts would help a child bet

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