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DK Publishing Eyewitness™ Book Series Products for Science Education

Discover and explore many worlds with Eyewitness Books.

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S79154 Products for Science Education
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Richard Walker Biology 10 Human Body
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David Lambert Biology 11 Dinosaur
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Susanna Van Rose Geography 7 Earth
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Miranda MacQuitty Geography 7 Ocean
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Kristen Lippincott Physics 9 Astronomy
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R.F. Symes Geography 7 Rocks and Minerals
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Jack Challoner Geography 12 Hurricane and Tornado
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Susanna van Rose Physics 7 Volcano and Earthquake
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Steve Parker Physics 12 Electricity
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Brian Lane, Laura Buller Forensic Science 7 Crime and Detection
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Ann Newmark Chemistry 7 Chemistry
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Steve Parker Biology 7 Seashore
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Steve Parker Biology 7 Fish
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Colin McCarthy Biology 7 Reptile
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Brian Cosgrove Geography 7 Weather
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Carole Stott Physics 7 Space Exploration
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David Burnie Biology 7 Plant
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Steve Parker Science 7 Pond and River
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Description

Description

  • Series of reference books that cover a multitude of science topics
  • Written in highly informative yet clear text that makes complex scientific concepts easy to understand
  • Full-color and black and white photographs; most even include charts and three-dimensional models
  • Hardcover; 64 pages; Grades 3-7

Amphibian. Study the history, habitat, and life cycles of frogs, toads, and other amphibians. Includes photo-sequences of newt tadpoles developing into adults, images of see-through glass frogs, and more. 2000.
Astronomy. Informative guide details the discoveries that transformed our understanding of the universe. Learn what causes meteor showers, where the moon came from, and what creates auroras. 1999.
Butterfly and Moth. Discover how a caterpillar transforms into a chrysalis, how some moths make silk, and other life cycles and behaviors of these insects. 2000.
Chemistry. Guide explores the world's natural chemistry, how humans use it, what affect it has on everyday life, and its importance in the future. Includes photographs of original equipment and demonstrations of important experiments. 1999.
Crime and Detection. Reference book that introduces students to the world of forensics. Presents a unique view of famous crimes and explains how evidence is used to bring criminals to justice. 2000.
Dinosaur. Explore the world of prehistoric animals. Learn how big dinosaurs were, how they lived, and what they ate. Includes photographs of real dinosaur bones, teeth, and skulls. 2000.
Earth. Comprehensive guide about the secrets of the earth. Learn about how beaches and fjords are formed, what gases make up the atmosphere, plate tectonics, and more. 2000.
Electricity. Learn about the technology behind electricity. Details how humans use electricity to see and to activate muscles, what makes a silicone chip work, and how the electric motor has shaped the world. 2000.
Fish. Learn the history of, and interesting facts about, fish. With images of tropical fish, eels, and others. 2000.
Flying Machines. Read about airplanes from the Victorian steam-powered to supersonic jetliners. Also details how planes land and take off, how a helicopter flies, and more. 2000.
Human Body. Presents a comprehensive explanation of the human body. Discusses the skeletal system, cells, and others. 1999.
Hurricane and Tornado. Compelling guide to the most dangerous and destructive forces in nature. Details how hurricanes, tornadoes, avalanches and other weather phenomena are formed, and how humans can cause weather patterns to change. 2000.
Insect. Learn about many insects from beetles to wasps. Discusses the life histories and structures as well as interesting physical characteristics of different insects. 2000.
Invention. Introduction to ancient and modern inventions from the simple to the complex. With photographs of the first food mixer, Galileo's telescope, and others. 2000.
Light. Guide to the phenomenon of light. Answers questions like why ancient people worshipped the Sun, how light rays bend, and what creates a color television picture. 1999.
Ocean. Explore the ocean's depths. Includes full color photographs of sea spiders, ocean research vessels, and octopus. 2000.
Plant. Learn about plant anatomy, how plants turn sunlight into energy, and other topics. 2000.
Pond and River. Details the history of plants and animals that live in and around freshwater habitats. 2000.
Reptile. Learn about the habits and lifestyles of many different reptiles; includes information about how snakes are charmed, why crocodiles swallow stones, and how chameleons swivel their eyes. 2000.
Rocks and Minerals. Read about the materials that make up the earth. With photographs of fossils, precious metals, crystals, jewels and more. 2000.
Seashore. Visit the seashore with this guide. Presents information on how a crab grows a new leg, how starfish move, and which creatures can be found in a tide pool. 2000.
Shark. Presents the history and behavior of many different kinds of sharks—from the predatory great white to the harmless megamouth. 2000.
Shell. Reference identifies the varieties of shells, and details which creatures once called them home. Includes photographs of live specimens. 2000.
Space Exploration. Explore space and the Earth's atmosphere. Learn how satellites help forecast weather, how astronauts sleep in weightless conditions, and how spacecraft is tested. 2000.
Volcano and Earthquake. Study the forces that cause volcanoes and earthquakes, what a pyrolcastic flow is, how buildings are made to withstand earthquake, and other topics. 2000.
Weather. Guide to the sky and its many atmospheric conditions. Learn about different clouds, how weather may change in the future, and why the sky is blue. 2000.

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