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This book includes 40 simple science activities using everyday items to do experiments about temperature, pressure, water, air, heat, plants and many more. It offers simple explanations of the science behind the experiments.
Readers will learn how everyday activities, such as driving, heating buildings, and using aerosols, release harmful gases into the air and how it affects the air we breathe.
Just about everything in the universe is made up of only 92 elements - and many of these can be found in your very own home. Bursting with brilliant facts Atomic comics show you the savvy scientists who discovered the elements.
In this book, Theodore Gray explores, through fascinating stories and trademark stunning photography, the most beautiful of the millions of chemical structures that make up every material in the world.
Explore science in everyday life with these simple, step-by-step experiments to do around the home. Young scientists will enjoy discovering the fascinating world around them.
In this scientific tour of answers, researcher, Robert Matthews, tackles an array of baffling conundrums. He delivers entertaining and enlightening answers from the worlds of biology, physics, meteorology, neuroscience, and much more.
This entertaining children's cookery book explores the basic principles of everyday foods, offering a range of delicious recipes that children will enjoy making. This series examines the science behind our food in a humorous way!
Each step-by-step activity is appropriate for kids ages 8-12, with an estimated time frame for completion. Requiring only household materials, young makers can build an exploding volcano, construct a lemon battery, and more.
Sound is everywhere! This book uses real-world examples to bring the concept of sound to life in an approachable way.
Do you ever wonder where your clothes come from? Or how we make chocolate? This interactive guide is filled with pop-ups, pull-tabs and booklets to explain exactly how we make stuff!
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