See Seymour Simon's New Website

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Seymour Simon, a children’s science writer has officially announced the re-launching of, an interactive website for kids that’s designed to entertain, engage and inform a generation of modern kids.

Simon’s new site charges no membership fees, so it’s completely free and is designed with kid-friendly navigation and packed full of content for teachers, parents and children. The site follows the guidelines of th Children’s Online Privacy and Protection Act of 1998 (COPPA) and is safe for kids under age 13.

Whether it’s the natural sciences, outer space, animals, or the human body, there are plenty of easy-to-read articles, high resolution pictures, a science dictionary, sketches, videos, puzzles, activities and games to help feed kids’ interests, or research their reports.

For educators, Simon provides downloadable printable worksheet, discussion guides and projects. There’s also an area where teachers can upload photos and videos of their class projects to share with one another.

For parents, the site provides access to the science dictionary, animal jokes and riddles, plus downloadable chapters of science fiction chapter books for kids. it also gives easy access to published materials, just click on the logo for the See More line of easy readers, to purchase via Amazon, Barnes & Noble or through the publisher.

A veteran in the science-writing industry, Seymour Simon has authored over 250 science books. The National Science Teachers Association has listed several of his titles as “Outstanding Science Trade Books for Children.” Also notable, are his Collins photo-essay series, which are co-branded with the Smithsonian Institution.

Of the site, Simon stated “ draws on my life’s work as both a teacher and children’s science writer. The scientific facts may change, but if we can instill children with an enthusiasm for exploring the world, that value will remain with them the rest of their lives.”

Simon has received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Association for the Advancement of Science and Subaru, with regards to his contributions to children’s science literature.

The site was designed by Los Angeles’ Ripe Media. The company works with Fortune 500 companies, including Disney, harvard University, Toyota and Fox. Children’s media executive Liz Nealon produced the website, her other credits include, and