Kimberly Blaker
Most Recent Book Title
Horoscopes: Reality or Trickery?
Book Description
Have you ever read your horoscope and it seemed so true, it had to be written for you? In Horoscopes: Reality or Trickery? you’ll learn about the development and history of astrology and hear the arguments both for and against its validity. You’ll also read about fascinating scientific studies on astrology and their findings. Then you can do seven fun activities and experiments to sleuth for answers to get to the bottom of whether astrology is valid or just a form of pseudoscience (fake science).

Horoscopes: Reality or Trickery? is a book of scientific inquiry primarily for kids ages 9 to 13. The book is designed to help kids understand the scientific method and develop critical thinking skills by posing thoughtful questions and providing ways kids can test the validity of astrology, or horoscopes.

The idea behind this STEM book is to help kids come to their own conclusion that horoscopes are a hoax by giving them the facts and tools needed to come to their own logical conclusion. Horoscopes: Reality or Trickery? is a fun way for kids to develop critical thinking skills.
Additional Book Titles
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Location (city/state/country)
Farmington Hills, MI, USA
Author bio
Kimberly Blaker is a published author, award-winning research writer, professional freelance writer, and former columnist. Her articles, editorials, and content have appeared in nearly 250 magazines, newspapers, and websites. This includes major dailies such as Detroit News, Detroit Free Press, San Francisco Examiner, and Los Angeles Daily Journal. Some of the national publications in which her work has appeared include Complete Woman, Listen, The Humanist, Playgirl, Liberty, and the international Mothering.

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