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Creative Company, Mar 11, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 31 pages
Kids love to explore, question, examine . . . investigate, because the world is full of fascinating mysteries. Created especially for younger readers, this engaging reference collection is filled with striking images and clearly written, fact-filled text. "Let's Investigate invites children to discover volumes of intriguing facts about the would around us--from agriculture and economics to geography and nature. Two new series featuring the fascinating history of transportation and an inspiring look at the U.S. government add to a variety of topics that will captivate readers and send them investigating your library for more fascinating facts.

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About the author (2004)

John Hudson Tiner received five National Science Foundation teaching fellowships during his 12 years as a teacher of mathematics and science that allowed him to study graduate chemistry, astronomy, and mathematics. He also worked as a mathematician and cartographer for the Defense Mapping Agency, Aerospace Center in St. Louis, MO.

Tiner has received numerous honors for his writing, including the Missouri Writer's Guild award for best juvenile book for Exploring the World of Chemistry. He and his wife, Jeanene, live in Missouri.

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