Loud and Quiet
Even the youngest scientists can read about and explore basic scientific concepts. Each title pairs a set of opposites, such as hot and cold or loud and quiet, as a familiar framework for presenting scientific concepts. Full-color photographs and illustrations accompany hands-on science activities. "Facts About" boxes highlight amusing, amazing, and informative facts.
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