Sound by Peter D. Riley
(Real Scientist Investigates)

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This series introduces the first concepts that surround the physical sciences. It combines statements and questions that develop a child's understanding of science. This book considers how we hear and the different ways of making noise.

About Peter D. Riley

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Peter Riley taught science at secondary level for many years and still pays regular visits to the classroom, both at primary and secondary level. His many publications include the Straightforward Science series for Franklin Watts. A text book he wrote for John Murray won the TES Senior Information Book Award in 2000. He lives in Burnley, Lancashire.
Published June 28, 2001 by Franklin Watts Ltd. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Science & Math, Children's Books.