Using Beakers and Graduated Cylinders by Lorijo Metz
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Explains how to use beakers and graduated cylinders to measure liquids, including safety measures, displacement, and the scientific method.

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Lorijo Metz lives with her husband and little brown dog in a hamlet just north of Chicago, IL. Though she has a degree in acting and directing, she much prefers the anonymity of the keyboard, allowing her characters to revel in the spotlight while she sits quietly sipping tea or coffee, nibbling on cookies, and dreaming up ways to complicate their lives. Lorijo is the author of the picture book Floridius Bloom and the Planet of Gloom, illustrated by Matt Phelan and published by Dial Books for Young Readers; as well as the author of over 25 nonfiction, educational books for kids, published by Powerkids Press. WHEELS is her first YA novel and first venture into indie publishing. In 2013, Lorijo will have another first as she makes her debut as a lyricist on children's singer and songwriter, Owen Duggan's new cd, Puppy Dog Jig, for which she wrote the lyrics for the title track. To find out more about Lorijo, visit her at:
Published January 1, 2013 by Not Avail. 24 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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Gr 2–4—Along with offering outstandingly clear explanations of how common scientific instruments work, these introductions supply exciting suggestions for hands-on projects and experiments, from comparing the densities of difference kinds of foods in the kitchen to keeping a

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