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- Chicago Review Press 1995; US$ 11.99
Young children are natural scientists at play. While they bake mud pies and pour and measure water, they are observing, theorizing and developing science skills, as well as having fun. Children two to eight years old will thrive on the many open-ended science experiences including: ice and bubbles, compost and seeds, magnets and gears, potions and... more...
- DK Publishing 2000; US$ 15.99
Farming is an integral part of life that has become one of the most valuable and relied upon resources ever. Discover its historical roots and learn about the future of farming in this comprehensive guide. Superb color photographs give the reader a unique "eyewitness" view of farm animals, crops, machines, harvesting, and every other aspect of farming.... more...
- DK Publishing 2005; US$ 16.99
Discover how the world's first people lived from cave dwellings to the tools of the Iron Age with DK Eyewitness Books: Early Humans . Learn how early people hunted and gathered their food, which people made jewelry out of leopards' teeth, how bread was made in the Bronze Age, how mummies and bog bodies have been preserved, and much, much more in... more...
- Infobase Publishing 2010; US$ 36.00
As you look in your backyard, you may see trees, grass, and other plants and animals that live there. But did you know that your backyard is home to billions of microorganisms? In the Backyard delves into the microscopic life forms that inhabit your backyard, from the plant cells that convert sunlight into food to the protozoa inhabiting the soil and... more...
- DK Publishing 2009; US$ 16.99
The How Things Work Encyclopedia takes a look at the technology all around us-and then explains how it works. In each themed section of the encyclopedia, inventions are unpacked to show how and why they work the way they do. Readers can lift the hood of a car engine, get inside a TV set, and discover the power of invisible microwaves. Photographs... more...
- Infobase Publishing 2011; US$ 35.00
Physical Science Experiments covers the two main areas of physical science: chemistry and physics. Physics is the study of the universe's foundational elements. Chemistry studies the properties of matter and how those foundational elements interact with one another. In this new volume, 20 hands-on activities promote interest in science and technology.... more...
- Pan Macmillan UK 2011; US$ 12.27
Technology: Sorted! What's inside a laptop? How can you stuff 1000 CDs into an mp3 player? Who built the Internet? How smart is the world's smartest robot? How do smartphones and TV remote controls work? The answers to these and other brilliant questions about technology can be found in this funny and fascinating book. Packed to capacity with megabytes... more...
- Infobase Publishing 2011; US$ 35.00
Since the time of the ancient Greeks and Chinese, humans have dreamed of machines that could imitate intelligent human behavior. No longer relegated to the realm of science fiction, this dream of artificial intelligence (AI) is a growing reality in our world through software avatars, factory assembly lines, and even in voice and facial recognition... more...
- Pan Macmillan UK 2012; US$ 10.90
New from the author of the bestselling Why is Snot Green? and How Loud Can You Burp?Why don't hammer-throwers get dizzy? Could the world's fastest swimmer catch a jet-ski? How far can a human being run or cycle before they drop? Which nutter invented the ski jump?Glenn Murphy, author of Why Is Snot Green?, answers these and other brilliant questions... more...