We're excited to introduce the characters from two new Conservation Tales books!
Our new team of writers, illustrators, designers and photographers are hard at work on books about monarch butterflies and invasive Asian carp. Zoey and Lucas will help us learn about science and conservation to protect native fisheries. Esmeralda and Santos will lead our trip to learn about monarch butterflies. The scientists they will learn from are based at Ball State University and across Indiana, so we are back in our home territory for our work during the COVID pandemic.
Both books will join our Midwest Series, and we hope to have them ready for readers in June, 2021! Watch here for updates and sneak previews!
What is Conservation Tales?
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Donations are given through the Ball State Foundation,
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Conservation Tales wants to help teachers and parents find quality science activities for teaching at home or in a virtual environment. If you are homeschooling, or if you teach online, these downloads may help with your plans!
Students practice science process skills as they learn about biology, environmental science and conservation actions
with these activities they can do at home,
in class, or in after-school groups.