I Wonder Why Soap Makes Bubbles and Other Questions About Science

I Wonder Why Soap Makes Bubbles and Other Questions About Science

Book - 1994
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Browsers and young students alike will enjoy these lively question and answer books with their unique mix of realistic illustration and engaging cartoons. The enticing questions will amaze, amuse and inspire, while the highly visual format encourages kids to keep reading.

Baker & Taylor
An engaging question-and-answer book mixes science facts with cartoons and illustrations of children, providing solutions to such puzzlers as "Why can I see through glass?" and "Can cats see in color?"

& Taylor

Answers such basic scientific questions as why are water droplets round, why is sunlight warm, what is sound, why can I see through glass, why do cakes rise, and why do bikes have tires

Publisher: New York : Kingfisher, 1994
Edition: 1st American ed
ISBN: 9781856979955
Branch Call Number: J 507.8 TAY
Characteristics: 32 p. :,col. ill. ;,29 cm.


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orange_dolphin_185 Jul 27, 2014

great pictures and easy to understand

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orange_dolphin_185 Jul 27, 2014

orange_dolphin_185 thinks this title is suitable for 6 years and over


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orange_dolphin_185 Jul 27, 2014

This book has questions and answers about science.It has questions mostly about water heat light and things we need to live


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orange_dolphin_185 Jul 27, 2014

when your put a cake in the oven the batter heats up and makes bubbles of carbon dioxide


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