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Pebble Plus

Electricity All Around

We use it every day. It flows through wires in our homes. Read more to find out the facts on electricity.

PublisherCapstone Press
BrandPebble Plus
Age Level4-8 Years
Reading LevelGrades K-1
SubjectScience & Nature
Trim Size11 x 9
Page Count24



Science & Children, NSTA - Tracy Alley, Teacher & Coordinator of Gifted Programs, Madeira City Schools & Ad

"The book is perfect for very young children since the text is very simple. The photos will be helpful to nonreaders as well as support early readers in their understanding. . . .The Science Builders series is a fabulous collection of books for K–2 science teachers to have on their shelves since the series supplements the national science standards." - Science & Children, NSTA

Barbara Alpert

Barbara Alpert

Barbara Alpert has written nine children’s books, including two Capstone books, A Look at Magnets and Electricity All Around, which were inspired by a Toshiba America Foundation Grant she won to teach her fourth grade class about magnets and electricity by creating games and toys. She is also the author of No Friend Like a Sister, The Love of Friends, and Child of My Heart: A Celebration of Adoption; all three books were all chosen as selections by the Literary Guild and Doubleday Book Club. Barbara lives in New York City, where she has worked as a teacher, writer, and book editor. She enjoys kayaking and volunteers with the New York City Ballet, the New York Audubon Society, and the New York City Marathon. She especially loves to travel and has journeyed to Africa, Antarctica, and the Aleutian Islands in search of adventure and new stories to share.

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