Exploring Life Science, Volume 6
Marshall Cavendish, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 880 pages
Exploring Life Science is a thoroughly up-to-date 11-volume set specially created to provide reference support for the science curriculum in grades 4-6. It reflects today's increasing interest in the environment and includes a wide range of exciting new scientific advances -- especially in the field of medicine. Written in dear, understandable language, the text is complemented by detailed full-color illustrations and photographs, making this set attractive to younger students not only for use in completing their reports and research assignments, but also to pursue general interest in the life sciences.
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