Electricity and Forces
Gareth Stevens, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
Real World Science is science made simple! This series introduces eight major topics in the science curriculum that students must master. A lively text relates factual information to familiar events and situations in the everyday world. Colorful artwork, fascinating fact boxes, and loads of easy-to-do experiments will engage students and help them understand the science concepts on which they will be tested.
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