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  • Physical Science

    • <p>The human body is made of up trillions of cells! Without cells and their remarkable abilities, there would be no life. Layer by layer, you'll journey into animal and plant cells to discover what these building blocks of life look like and how they function in this fact-filled life science book. From prokaryotes to eukaryotes, fifth-grade readers will learn all about cell theory, cell function, mitosis and meiosis, organelles in plant and animal cells, and more through this high-interest informational text filled with vibrant photographs. Aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards, a hands-on Think Like a Scientist lab activity and a Your Turn page at the end of the book support STEM Education and provide young scientists with an opportunity to apply what they've learned in the text. Helpful diagrams and text features, such as a glossary and index, are also included to reinforce content-area literacy and improve close reading</p>

      Cells by Stephanie Herweck Paris

      The human body is made of up trillions of cells! Without cells and their remarkable abilities, there would be no life. Layer by layer, you'll journey into animal and plant cells to discover what these building blocks of life look like and how they...

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    • Chemical Reactions by Jenna Winterberg

      Dynamite is highly explosive. This is because its a chemical reaction waiting to happen. Chemical reactions happens all the time - even inside us! Reactants change to make new products. Explore physical and chemical properties of the substances that...

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    • Circuits by Theodore Buchanan

      What are circuits? Why are they so important? How do they affect our lives every day? Students will find out the answers to these questions and more as they read through the engaging pages of this book. Fun facts and high-interest text paired with...

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    • <p>Matter is everywhere. It is anything that can be touched, moved, or interacted with physically. But when breaking matter down into its tiniest pieces, we find that atoms are made almost entirely of empty space. Join nuclear physicists in exploring how matter acts to make predictions about the world in this engaging physical science book. Fifth-grade readers will examine subatomic particles and electron shells, elements and compounds, covalent and ionic bonds, the periodic table of elements, and more through this high-interest informational text filled with vibrant photographs. Aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards, a hands-on &ldquo;Think Like a Scientist&rdquo; lab activity and a &ldquo;Your Turn&rdquo; page at the end of the book support STEM Education and provide young scientists with an opportunity to apply what they&rsquo;ve learned in the text. Helpful diagrams and text features, such as a glossary and index, are also included to reinforce content-area literacy and improve close reading.</p>

      Composition of Matter by Morgaine Paris

      Matter is everywhere. It is anything that can be touched, moved, or interacted with physically. But when breaking matter down into its tiniest pieces, we find that atoms are made almost entirely of empty space. Join nuclear physicists in exploring how...

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    • Electricity by Hugh Westrup

      Ever wonder what life would be like without electricity? Become electrified with the amazing facts about how electricity was discovered and how it has evolved over time. High-interest text and vibrant images and photographs fill the pages of this book to...

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    • <p>What are magnets? Why are magnets found inside machines such as televisions, radios, and telephones? What do atoms and the tiny particles that make up atoms protons, neutrons, and electrons have to do with magnetism? Magnets provide forces that have the power to push or pull other objects. Easy-to-do experiments help readers explore the central principles of magnetism.</p>

      Investigating Magnetism by Sally M Walker

      What are magnets? Why are magnets found inside machines such as televisions, radios, and telephones? What do atoms and the tiny particles that make up atoms protons, neutrons, and electrons have to do with magnetism? Magnets provide forces that have the...

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    • States of Matter by Lynnette Brent

      Young people intuitively understand that matter takes different forms – water, for example, can be liquid, solid ice, or gaseous steam. This book will give readers a deeper understanding of the different states of matter. Through colorful photographs and...

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