101 Things Everyone Should Know About Science by Barbara G. Levine

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Science affects everything--yet so many of us wish we understood it better. Using an accessible question-and-answer approach, 101 Things Everyone Should Know About Science expands a reader's knowledge--whether they're 8 or 108. Key concepts in biology, chemistry, physics, earth science and general science are explored and demystified by an award-winning science writer and a seasoned educational trainer in consultation with a team of scientists.
 

About Barbara G. Levine

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Dia Michels is the founder and president of Platypus Media, an independent press in Washington, DC, whose goal is to create and distribute materials that promote family life by educating grown-ups about infant development and by teaching children about the world around them. She is an award-winning science writer who has written or edited over a dozen books for adults and children. Nathan Levy is an author of Stories with Holes, Whose Clues and Nathan Levyżs 100 Intriguing Questions. A gifted educator, Nathan worked directly with children, teachers, and parent in his 35 years as a teacher and principal. He has developed unique teaching strategies that encouraged the love of learning.
 
Published March 25, 2005 by Platypus Media. 128 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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