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There are 8 titles in this set.
This series explores the science behind various core curriculum science topics such as plants, homes, sight, and communication. Fascinating facts and connections to everyday activities make important science concepts accessible. Each title features an activity on collecting and using data.
This book explores the amazing science behind communication. Topics include the Pony Express, the printing press, and the Internet.
This book explores the science behind flight. It looks at topics such as how planes, helicopters, and balloons fly. It also looks at the concepts of gravity, ...
This book explores the "tasty" science behind food. Topics include nutrition, the food pyramid, and the digestive system.
This book explores the science behind growth. It looks at topics such as how humans grow, animal life cycles and a balanced diet.
This book explores the awesome science behind heat. Topics include energy, the Sun, and friction.
This book explores the science behind sight. It looks at topics such as human and animal sight, how the eye works, and methods of correcting sight problems ...
This book explores the science behind sports. It looks at topics such as healthy food and how the body works during sports. It also explores the concepts of ...
This book explores the fascinating science behind weather. Topics include clouds, thunderstorms, and hurricanes.
"This series covers a surprisingly large amount of ground in each title, introducing the topics at their most basic level and increasing the complexity of the information. For example, Sports begins by discussing "Moving Your Body;" it goes on to present the role of muscles, blood circulation, and nutrition in body movements before covering how forces, including gravity and friction, are at play in athletics. It ties things up with a discussion of materials used in sports equipment and clothing. In every volume, selected words are bolded in the text and defined at the bottom of the page, as well as in a glossary. Titles end with a simple experiment focusing on one aspect of the topic being discussed. The design is not visually exciting, though there are plenty of color photos and diagrams. Solid introductions. - Ragan O’Malley, Saint Ann’s School, Brooklyn, NYSchool Library Journal April 2012 Issue" - School Library Journal
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