Whoosh! Nothing is better than sledding down Snowball Run. But when Emmie's little brother gets tired, she has to think of a way to help him up the hill - without wearing herself out first! Observe! Infer! Predict! Experiment! Compare! Communicate! The characters in the Science Solves It! stories use th ...Show more
We use magnets every day. How do they work? This book explores the concept of magnetism, showing readers how magnetic force affects our everyday lives. Innovative flowcharts bring the science of magnetism to life. Readers will find out about magnetic materials, how magnets make motors work, and much mor ...Show more
Forces affect everything around us. This book explores the science of forces such as friction and gravity in a fascinating and fun way. Innovative flowcharts bring the science of forces to life. Readers will find out how our planet has been shaped by forces, how magnetic forces help some animals to navi ...Show more
Sound surrounds us all the time, but what is it and why is it so important in our everyday lives? This book explains in a fun, innovative way how sound is made, how it travels and how we hear and interpret it. Flowcharts help bring the science of sound to life. Readers will find out why some sounds are ...Show more
Light is essential to life on Earth, but what is it? This book looks at the science of light in a fun, informative way. Informative flowcharts help to explain how light is created and how fast it travels. Readers will find out how the human eye works, how plants use light to make food, and much more.Aus ...Show more
Electricity is essential to modern life. This book looks at how electricity is generated in power plants, how it is stored, and the different kinds of fuel that are used to generate electricity. Flowchart diagrams help explain the concepts of electricity. Readers will find out how we use electricity to ...Show more
Category: Physical Sciences
Go back to the beginning of time and discover the make-up of the Earth. Learn about how the Earth was formed and came to look how we see it today. From raging volcanoes to climate change and gases in the ozone layer, the history of the Earth has never been so accessible.
Did you know the first wheel and axle was not used for transportation, but rather for making pottery? In this title, students will learn about the functions and long history of these simple machines. They can also test out new knowledge with easy experiments. From bicycles to doorknobs, young readers wi ...Show more
How do we know about the plants and animals that lived millions of years ago? Fossils! Every continent contains fossils that tell us about organisms that once existed on Earth. Fossils also give us details about what the planet was like in these prehistoric times. Find out how fossils are formed, how th ...Show more
Category: Physical Sciences
Why does an astronaut bouncing on the moon weigh more than you do down on Earth? And what has the three bears' porridge got to do with Earth? (It's not too hot, not too cold, it's just right.) In this funny and at times mind-boggling introduction to physics, you'll learn everything from basic ideas like ...Show more
Screws are more than just the tools that hold pieces of wood together. They drill holes, lift cars, and even pump water! Students will learn about the functions of these amazing machines and put their knowledge to use with easy experiments. Diagrams provide visual explanations in this leveled title.
Imagine a machine that can pull water out of thin air. Picture a tiny disk that can store huge amounts of data for billions of years. These are just some of the new discoveries made by scientists. Learn about fascinating developments in medicine, technology, archeology and more through fun and engaging ...Show more