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Explore Electricity! (Explore Your World)
Explore Electricity! (Explore Your World)
by Carmella Van Vleet
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Given the pace of how we harness and utilize electricity, as well as the importance of developing new sources of energy, electricity is a timely subject for kids to explore. In Explore Electricity! With 25 Great Projects, kids ages 6-9 will learn the... (read more)

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All about Light (Rookie Read-About Science: Physical Science)
All about Light (Rookie Read-About Science: Physical Science)
by Lisa Trumbauer
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- Includes very basic science facts for early elementary readers.<BR>- Simple language patterns help emergent readers master the text.<BR>- Format includes large color photographs, easy-to-read font, and simple interior design.<BR>... (read more)

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Oscar and the Bird: A Book about Electricity
Oscar and the Bird: A Book about Electricity
by Geoff Waring
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Two new Start with Science books introduce kids to core science concepts through engaging stories, fresh illustrations, and supplemental activities. When Oscar the kitten finds a tractor in a field and accidentally turns on the windshield wipers, he is... (read more)

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Electrical Circuits: Harnessing Electricity (Exploring Science)
Electrical Circuits: Harnessing Electricity (Exploring Science)
by David Dreier
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Electricity is a necessity in todays modern society. It allows us to check our email, watch a movie on the television set, or turn on a lamp at the flip of a switch. But how does electricity work? Atoms contain negatively charged particles called... (read more)

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The Kids' Guide to Robots (Edge Books: Kids' Guides)
The Kids' Guide to Robots (Edge Books: Kids' Guides)
by Barbara J. Davis
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This set provides everything you need to know about the most popular topics for kids. From surprising a friend with fake vomit, to the whole story of the UFO town, Roswell, these books are a must have for any library.... (read more)

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Electricity (Sherlock Bones Looks at Physical Science)
Electricity (Sherlock Bones Looks at Physical Science)
by Harriet Mcgregor
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Sherlock Bones will guide students through the science concepts related to electricity. What is a circuit? Why does a light bulb light up? Why do we get a shock sometimes when we touch a doorknob? Sherlock Bones will sniff out the answers to all these... (read more)

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Do It Yourself #2: Electrical Experiments: Electricity and Circuits
Do It Yourself #2: Electrical Experiments: Electricity and Circuits
by Rachel Lynette
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This series offers an exciting apporach to understanding and investigation. Each book helps readers conduct their own experiments and activities, and to learn more about the world around them. Each title includes clear instructions and illustrations... (read more)

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My World of Science #1: Using Electricity
My World of Science #1: Using Electricity
by Angela Royston
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This series introduces simple science topics using everyday situations and objects that readers can recognize in the world around them. Activities and questions are presented to encourage active thinking about concepts. Captions and labels support the... (read more)

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Electromagnetism, and How It Works (Scientific American)
Electromagnetism, and How It Works (Scientific American)
by Stephen M. Tomecek
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From the early discoveries of natural lode-stones to the use of superconducting materials in modern medical devices such as MRIs, people have been fascinated by magnets and their unique properties. This book examines the technological evolution of... (read more)

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Energy Revolution #02: Generating Wind Power
Energy Revolution #02: Generating Wind Power
by Niki Walker
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Describes the different ways that wind can be harnessed and converted into electricity, and explains the advantages and disadvantages of using wind power.... (read more)

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Electricity and Magnetism (Real World Science)
Electricity and Magnetism (Real World Science)
by Dana Meachen Rau
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The Hands on Science series provides students with background on key concepts in Science. Each title includes engaging hands on exercises that bring the concepts to life for kids. Real World Science: Electricity and Magnetism, provides information on... (read more)

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Breakthrough Inventions #07: Inventing the Electric Light
Breakthrough Inventions #07: Inventing the Electric Light
by Lisa Mullins
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Inventing the Electric Light tells the story of how early scientists experimented with the newly discovered energy called electricity to create light. Young readers will be fascinated to learn what light sources people used before electricity was... (read more)

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True Stories #1: The Story Behind Electricity
True Stories #1: The Story Behind Electricity
by Sean Price
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How does a lightning rod work? What animals use electricity? Why did Thomas Edison have to build a power station? To uncover the hidden facts behind everyday things, explore the secrets of True Stories. True Stories reveals the surprising truth about a... (read more)

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From Wireless to Radio
From Wireless to Radio
by John R. Hough
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What's the difference, if anything, between wireless and radio? The early wireless experiments achieved remarkable results but did not use radio waves. It wasn't until Heinrich Hertz performed his famous experiment in 1888 that the existence of the... (read more)

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Water Power (Energy for Today)
Water Power (Energy for Today)
by Tea Benduhn
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Key features: - Academic vocabulary introduced with clear, age-appropriate definitions - Correlates to science curriculum standards - Leveled text reviewed by a reading consultant and a science curriculum consultant - Close photo-text match builds... (read more)

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What Is Electricity? (Rookie Read-About Science: Physical Science)
What Is Electricity? (Rookie Read-About Science: Physical Science)
by Lisa Trumbauer
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- Includes very basic science facts for early elementary readers.<BR>- Simple language patterns help emergent readers master the text.<BR>- Format includes large color photographs, easy-to-read font, and simple interior design.<BR>... (read more)

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Cell Phones (Technology 360)
Cell Phones (Technology 360)
by Andrew A. Kling
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Switch On, Switch Off (Let's Read-And-Find-Out Science)
Switch On, Switch Off (Let's Read-And-Find-Out Science)
by Melvin Berger
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The switch goes up -- the light goes on,The switch goes down -- the light goes off.It seems like magic! It's not -- it's electricity. But how does a light actually work? In this clear and simple book learn all about electricity, how it's produced, and... (read more)

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How Does It Happen #1: How Does a Waterfall Become Electricity?
How Does It Happen #1: How Does a Waterfall Become Electricity?
by Mike Graf
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What is the world's tallest waterfall? How do dams help generate water power? What happens when a waterwheel spins? This series explores the causes and effects that shape our world. From the underwater volcanoes that sprout into islands, to the rushing... (read more)

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Landmark Books #0008: The Story of Thomas Alva Edison
Landmark Books #0008: The Story of Thomas Alva Edison
by Margaret Cousins
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Beginning with Thomas Edison's childhood, when he set up his first laboratory in his basement as a 10-year-old, and following through his many jobs before he was able to support himself as an inventor, this is the true story of the man who brought the... (read more)

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