Posts by KB Gibson:
There are many ways to look at life. Perhaps the most authentic is by looking at its most basic. Cells make up every living thing on Earth. The majority of the living things are single-celled and invisible to the human eye. Still, millions of species are visible, like humans! Did you know that the typical human body has 30 trillion cells? And even more amazing is that they all have a job or function? If only our mechanized society ran as efficiently as the machine known as the human body!
On July 11, “Cells: Experience Life at Its Tiniest” is being released. This book shows readers ages 12-15 how cell science has impacted their lives in the past, present, and future. And readers can apply what they’ve learn and learn more with Inquire & Investigate activities at the end of each chapter.
Pre-order your copy of Cells: Experience Life at Its Tiniest (Nomad Press) at Amazon today.
March has arrived once again, and not only do we celebrate spring, but we have the honor and responsibility of celebrating women through National Women’s History Month. I want to connect with others—men and women—in the contributions women are making to the past, present, and future. Each year, I look for new ways to recognize […]
I’m going to let you in on a secret. I like fairy tales. Any type of fairy tales. Classic, modern, and mash-up’s. G-rated and dark, disturbing tales. I enjoy fairy tales across all mediums—books, television, and movies. Outside of fairy tales and perhaps Tolkien, I’m not a huge fantasy ban, but fairy tales…let’s just say […]
It’s February, and that means it’s African American History Month. Next month is Women’s History Month. And fitting to both is Hidden Figures, both the book and the movie. Author Margot Lee Shetterly knew two of the women highlighted in her book because her father also worked at Langley. But her husband had never heard […]
Goodreads Book Giveaway Marine Biology by Karen Bush Gibson Giveaway ends December 29, 2016. See the giveaway details at Goodreads. Enter Giveaway