As much time as we spend working on exciting new books for you to enjoy, the real fun is getting out and meeting you! We travel far and wide to introduce our books to families, educators, and book lovers.
Here are some places you can find us soon:
Here's where we've been recently:
We had an amazing time at the 2019 ALA Annual Conference!
Did you catch our friendly mascot Snugglepus roaming the hall?
We were thrilled to see our Spanish-language books featured at the Diversity in Publishing Pavilion
Snugglepus enjoyed an evening in ALA's Central Park...
...and even got to meet Clifford the Big Red Dog!
Plus, company president and founder Dia Michels recorded a podcast! Listen to it here:
Come visit the Family HQ tent to hear Nathan Levy, author of the award-winning 101 Things Everyone Should Know About Science and 101 Things Everyone Should Know About Math do a short presentation.
We had a great time at Maker Faire NoVa this weekend! We loved meeting all of you and seeing what the other Makers had in store.
Jill, from the Fairfax County Library booth, shows kids how to play a carrot piano
Guitars crafted from maple, made by 8th graders at the Ideaventions Academy in Reston, VA
Anay checks out the laser printers
A 3D printers makes an sea-blue octopus
We loved this T-shirt!
Folks came from all over the area to partake in Labyrinth Games & Puzzles' Annual Tabletop Game Day.
Justin from Labyrinth Games & Puzzles serving popcorn and getting ready to hand out prizes.
Jim from Semper Smart Games introducing kids to their game, Election Night.
Catherine from Catlilligames introducing kids to their biology game, Cycles.
Oliver with Catlilligames playing Crazy Cats with families attending Tabletop Game Day.
Mariah was on-site offering lessons in juggling to anyone willing to give it a try!
Techstravaganza is a free, open to the public hands-on STEM activity fair that attracts thousands of visitors from the DMV area each year.
At Techstravaganza, you will find over 50 different labs and demonstrations that cover a wide range of STEM concepts so there is something for everyone!
This event is open to children of all ages. However, the labs specifically target elementary and middle school students.
The Literary Hill BookFest began as a way of turning the Literary Hill column that Karen Lyon writes for the Hill Rag into a live event. Karen’s column showcases local writers and, after more than a decade of monthly columns, it was clear that Capitol Hill seems to have an almost limitless supply. What if we could bring together some of these authors who live on or write about Capitol Hill to meet their readers, as well as each other? Thus was born the 2011 Literary Hill BookFest. Everybody liked it so much that they encouraged us to do it again, and now we’re gearing up for another year.
Also represented at the BookFest are the Hill’s booksellers, libraries, publishers, and other organizations with a focus on books. Our ultimate goal is to make Capitol Hill a respected center for literacy and the humanities in the metropolitan D.C. area. And we’re well on our way. Our first BookFest attracted more than a thousand visitors; last year, an estimated 1,500 people came to Eastern Market to meet our local writers and learn more about literary services in our area. Please join us this year and make it our best BookFest ever!
Thanks to our animal books, we were stationed in the nature room!
We were excited to be placed next to these tortoises; one is African Spurred and the other is Red-Footed.
President Dia Michels met a Blue-Tongued Skink and Brian Kristal of Reptile Wonders.
There were plenty of other amazing vendors at the event! Here are Natan and Zoe with a robot "bug" from Code Sensei.
April 27, 2019
Love Our Local Authors Day
On Saturday, April 27, Science Naturally authors Dia Michels and Eric Yoder were featured at LOLA, hosted by Hooray for Books in Alexandria, Virginia.
We had an amazing time at the Clippers SciFest SoCal! We're so glad that the Gardiner family (L)
and students from Adams High School (R) enjoyed checking out our Women In Science books.
It was great exhibiting at the Latino Literacy Now! booth run by Edward Becerra alongside Georgette Baker (another Award Winning Author).
We also had the pleasure of meeting conference attendee Karolin Rascon and bilingual children's educator, author, and recording artist Jose-Luis Orozco!
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Thanks to everyone who stopped by our booth at AAAS Family Science Days! We had a great time investigating how to tell if an egg has been cooked or not without breaking it open, how whales stay warm in freezing water...
...and even dueling with all of you!
We had a blast at this event! Thanks to David Boyd (pictured here with his granddaughter) and the other event organizers.
Company president and founder Dia Michels loves getting out and meeting all of you! Here she is (L) showing some Expo attendees one of our newest titles — My First Science Textbook: Electrons.
What an incredible event! Here's our table all set up with our engaging science and math activities.
These table visitors are demonstrating our Double Dealing activity.
We met so many great people at the event! Thanks to everyone who stopped by our booth.
Science Naturally president and founder Dia Michels was working hard but still found time to be a little slothful...
We had a blast at the VA Tech Maker Festival this weekend, where we met some some incredible Makers and attendees!
We were thrilled to be at the booth next to TGAW and JellyBox 3D. Everything in this picture was 3D printed! These fish were printed in front of us all in one piece with flexible interlocking joints! The blue-footed boobie is now hanging in our offices.
After watching kids freak out over virtual reality all day at the SAMSUNG VR booth, we had to check it out ourselves. Here's Victoria exploring a school in Borneo where orphaned Orangutans learn how to climb trees before returning to the wild! Thanks to the Samsung employee who stayed late to show us the VR headsets.
Mariah (R) had a great time running our Eggcellent Idea activity with the kids who came to our presentation! Thanks to Christine (L) for organizing the presentations!
We were also running science and math activities from our booth. This family is practicing questions from our One Minute Math Mysteries book!
Even though the rain forced them inside, Science Naturally salespeople Anay and Mariah had a blast meeting attendees at the festival on Sunday!
Martin, Countess, and Amira Simiyu were delighted to see our award-winning One Minute Mysteries books.
As a women-owned business, we just had to get a picture of this young customer's shirt! #WomenInSTEM
There were so many other incredible exhibitors at KIDfest, including PARO, an advanced interactive robot which provides psychological and social comforts to humans through physical interaction.
These therapeutic robots have been in use in Japan and throughout Europe since 2003. It mimics the comforts of a therapy animal in places and contexts where real animals are not welcome, such as hospitals, nursing homes, and around patients with allergies.
By interaction with this animatronic and artificially intelligent cuddly creature, people's memories of pet animals or cherished stuffed animals are triggered, helping patients feel amused, relaxed, and motivated.
Here, Science Naturally president and founder Dia Michels poses with a PARO representative and a PARO baby harp seal therapeutic robot.
"We are so excited to be a Latino Literacy Now award winner! It is very important to us that our content is accessible to both English and Spanish speaking students. This recognition will help spread the word about the quality STEM books that are available for the Latinx community!"
-Dia Michels, Science Naturally
founder and president
We had an incredible time at the 2018 UNIDOS US National Latino Family Expo at the Latino Literacy Now booth.
Dora explores Cuddled and Carried / Consentido y cargado
On Saturday Dia worked the Latino Literacy Now table with Randy Jurado, author of In The Struggle, and Diana Santamaria, author of the DLee's World series. Big thanks to Kirk Whistler (right), cofounder of Latino Literacy Now.
On Sunday, Dia worked the Latino Literacy Now table with Randy Jurado and Fey Berman, author of the Mexamerica. We also had the pleasure of meeting Jose Sueiro, the executive director of the National Association of Hispanic Publications.
The Savor family took the Science in a Minute book set home from the festival with them.
Don't worry! According to his mom, this frowning nine year-old actually does like books—he just hates posing for pictures!
April 5 - 7, 2018
USA Science & Engineering Festival and Expo
The Science Naturally team shows off our Math and Science books to convention-goers. Our corner booth had a great view of the US Postal Service area and the Einstein Stage!
Company founder and president Dia Michels poses with one happy customer at the booth.