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Aristotle leads the way by
Call Number: JUV Q126 .H35 2004
Biological and Chemical Weapons by
Call Number: JUV UG447.8 .C63 2000
Cells (Revised Edition) by
Call Number: JUV QH582.5 .S538 2009
The authors discuss cellular functions, including how advances in cell research have led to artificial cloning, and how they are bringing scientists closer to finding cures for serious diseases.
Challenging Science Puzzles by
Call Number: JUV QC75 .B74 1997
Enjoy Your Meal by
Call Number: JUV QP145 .M23 2008
Ferdinand Magellan : opening the door to world exploration by
Call Number: JUV G420.M2 A85 1991
Genetic engineering : the cloning debate by
Call Number: JUV QH442.2 .S73 2000
Examines the nature, history, and ethical aspects of cloning, discussing both humans and other animals.
Hearing Things by
Call Number: JUV QP462.2 .F68 1991
Discusses the sense of hearing and how it expands and contributes to your world.
How Science Works by
Call Number: JUV Q164 .H26 1991
Magical science : magic tricks for young scientists by
Call Number: JUV Q164 .L23 1992
Presents scientific experiments that appear to be magic tricks.
More Science Experiments You Can Eat by
Call Number: JUV Q164 .C5
Experiments with food demonstrate various scientific principles and produce edible results. Includes beef jerky, cottage cheese, synthetic cola, and pudding.
My Five Senses by
Call Number: JUV QP434 .A43 1989
A simple presentation of the five senses, demonstrating some ways we use them.
Paper Clip Science by
Call Number: JUV Q164 .M575 1996
Describes sixty-five experiments using paper clips and other inexpensive supplies, demonstrating such basic physics and chemistry phenomena as weight, balance, flight, and surface tension.
Scien-trickery : riddles in science by
Call Number: JUV PS3562.E9465 S38 2004
A collection of poems that describe people, places, and things associated with science, including oxygen, the ocean, and germs.
Science arts: discovering science through art experiences by
Call Number: JUV Q164 .K64 1993
Science Mysteries by
Call Number: JUV Q163 .L85 1995
Science Projects and Activities by
Call Number: JUV Q163 .C36 1985
Gives instructions for science projects and experiments involving an ant colony, a chicken brooder, plant grafting, microphotography, water purification, and other topics.
Sky tree : seeing science through art by
Call Number: JUV QK475.8 .L64 1995
Smelling Things by
Call Number: JUV QP458 .F68 1991
Simple text and photographs introduce the sense of smell.
Solid or Liquid? by
Call Number: JUV QC176.3 .H36 2011
Call Number: JUV QB983 .L34 1992
Provides a general introduction to the cosmos as well as details about the science of astronomy.
Stop and go, fast and slow : moving objects in different ways by
Call Number: JUV QC73.4 .S545 2012
Surprising Science Puzzles by
Call Number: JUV Q173 .B89 1995
Tasting Things by
Call Number: JUV QP456 .F69 1991
A simple introduction to the sense of taste.
The Science Book of Hot and Cold by
Call Number: JUV QC256 .A73 1992
Explores and explains different properties of temperature through simple experiments.
Thomas Edison and Electricity by
Call Number: JUV TK140.E3 P37 1992
Details the life and work of Thomas Edison, who developed such inventions as the stock ticker, the lightbulb, and the phonograph.
Science Activities by
Call Number: JUV Q164 .E46 1992 v.1
Publication Date: 2010-01-01
This bright, exciting book responds to the growing emphasis on scientific exploration for young children. It's appealing scientific activities are cleverly designed to help children investigate the intriguing properties of water, light, mirrors and magne
Science Activities by
Call Number: JUV Q164 .E46 1992 v.2
Publication Date: 2009-01-01
This colorful, exciting book responds to the growing emphasis on scientific exploration for young children. All the activities are safe and easy to do, using ordinary household equipment.
Science Crafts for Kids by
Call Number: Q164 .D54 1994
Publication Date: 1994-06-01
Feel the Wind by
Call Number: JUV QC931.4 .D67 1989
Publication Date: 2000-06-01
Wind Have you ever felt the wind tickle your face or heard it whistle through your window? Did you know that some wind travels faster than a car? Read inside to find out more about what causes wind, and learn how to make your own weather vane! Have you ever felt the wind tickle your face or heard it whistle through your window? Did you know that some wind travels faster than a car? Air is always moving. We can't see air moving, though we can watch it push clouds across the sky, or shake the leaves of a tree. We call moving air the wind. In this enlarged edition, find out about the wind - what causes it, how it can be used to help us, and how it affects the weather. Arthur Dorros shows you how to make your own weather vane, and in simple terms, with playful illustrations, he explains just what makes the wind that blows all around us.
A Drop of Blood by
Call Number: JUV QP91 .S525 2004
Publication Date: 2004-05-04
You've seen your own blood, when you have a cut or a scrape. You can see the veins in your wrist, and you've seen the scab that forms as a cut heals. But do you know what blood does for you? Without blood, you couldn't play, or grow, or learn. That's because just about every part of your body needs blood, from your muscles to your bones to your brain. How does your body use blood? Read and find out! Ages 10 - 14
Home on the Earth by
Call Number: JUV QE29 .S26 2009
Publication Date: 2009-01-01
Sing a song of science! You know the song "Home on the Range." Sing along with new words that explain the basic materials that make up our planet.
A Tree Is a Plant by
Call Number: JUV SB363 .B785 2001
Publication Date: 2001-09-04
A tree is the biggest plant that grows. Trees can live for a very long time, and they are alive all year long, even when they look dead in winter.In this newly illustrated book, you will learn how a tree grows and how it gets food and water. You can also find out what happens to water after it travels through a tree's roots, branches, and leaves, and how to figure out a tree's age.Clyde Robert Bulla's simple and concise text and Stacey Schuett's lush illustrations follow a tree's continuous life cycle through spring, summer, winter, and fall.