Time

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World Book, Incorporated, 1996 - Astronomy - 48 pages
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An award-winning series, covering primary science in a uniquely appealing, child-centered way.

Scientific thinking is developed by seeing and making science work. Through imaginative activities and experiments, children learn how to observe, collate information, form theories and arrive at conclusions. The originality and the quality of the presentation of concepts make this an invaluable series.

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Contents

Making Time
4
Calendars
10
Latitude
16
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Haslam is a joint winner of the Best Science Writing for Children Award from the American Institute of Physics, for the Make it Work! Science series. he has an MA in Graphic Design from the Royal College of Art in Graphic Information Design. He is also a qualified teacher of Art, Design and Craft, and Design and Technology. He has taught children both elementary and middle school levels.

David Glover, a former teacher and research scientist, has written many science books for children including Young Discoverers: Science Facts and Experiments.

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