A History of Super Science: Atoms and Elements
Blackout! Castle Under Siege! Wackiest Machines Ever! These books take an exciting new approach to physical science curriculum topics, including materials and their properties, simple machines, energy, forces and motion, electricity, sound and light, and gravity. Raintree Fusion is high-interest nonfiction aligned with curriculum, at a reading level accessible to struggling readers.
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