Loud and Quiet

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Raintree Steck-Vaughn, 1997 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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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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User Review  - Andrew Perry - Goodreads

This would be a great read to begin a science lesson on sound and volume. Read full review

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Jack studied physics, then trained as a science and maths teacher. He worked at London's Science Museum in the Education Unit, and in the museum's flagship interactive gallery, Launch Pad. He left the museum in 1991 to write science and technology books and to write and perform science shows in museums, libraries and schools. He has developed science television programmes for BBC Scotland. He is also a musician and singer.

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