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Books with author Laura Christine Lewandowski

  • Science Experiments That Fly and Move: Fun Projects for Curious Kids

    Laura Christine Lewandowski

    Library Binding (Capstone Press, Dec. 1, 2010)
    Get ready to make marshmallow catapults, zooming balloons, and floating hovercrafts. With just a few household items, you can create these science experiments and more. You’ll also find out what causes these projects to fly and move. Science has never been this much fun!
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  • Cool Biology Activities for Girls

    Laura Christine Lewandowski, Laura Hoopes

    Paperback (Capstone Press, Feb. 1, 2012)
    Get your science groove on, and check out these awesome biology projects: Flowers that color themselves, Tricks that confuse the brain, Taking DNA from a banana. Biology is easy when you’re having this much fun!
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  • Science Experiments That Fly and Move: Fun Projects for Curious Kids

    Laura Christine Lewandowski

    Paperback (Capstone Press, Feb. 1, 2011)
    Get ready to make marshmallow catapults, zooming balloons, and floating hovercrafts. With just a few household items, you can create these science experiments and more. You’ll also find out what causes these projects to fly and move. Science has never been this much fun!
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  • This Book Requires Safety Goggles: A Collection of Bizarre Science Trivia

    Laura Christine Lewandowski

    Library Binding (Capstone Press, Jan. 1, 2012)
    Did you know that there’s a cave large enough to hold the Empire State Building? That ordinary table salt is a mixture of a poisonous gas and an explosive metal? Or that most of the cells living in your body don’t even belong to you? Learn the scientific reasons behind these and many more amazing facts when you read this collection of awesome science trivia!
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  • Clot & Scab: Gross Stuff about Your Scrapes, Bumps, and Bruises

    Laura Christin Lewandowski, Michael Slack

    language (Millbrook Press TM, Jan. 1, 2019)
    Have you ever crashed your bike and torn up your knee? Or have you been hit in the face by a ball and gotten a big shiny bruise around your eye? Have any of your scabs ever oozed with gross-looking pus? Blood, bruises, and scabs are all part of your body’s healing process. But sometimes you need a little extra help - from stitches, staples, or maybe even maggots and leeches! Hey, people do crazy things. Learn how your body repairs itself and what happens when something goes wrong, like getting gangrene (eew!). With close-up pictures and lots of disgusting facts, this book tells all about the gross science behind your body’s functions.
  • Human Organs

    Kristi Lew, Laura Christine Lewandowski

    Library Binding (Capstone Press, July 1, 2009)
    A digital solution for your classroom with features created with teachers and students in mind: • Perpetual license • 24 hour, 7 days a week access • No limit to the number of students accessing one title at a time • Provides a School to Home connection wherever internet is available • Easy to use • Ability to turn audio on and off • Words highlighted to match audio Heart, lungs, stomach you know these organs keep you going. But do you know what’s buried even deeper? Explore the world of human organs to find out what really makes you tick.
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  • Human Organs

    Kristi Lew, Laura Christine Lewandowski

    Paperback (Capstone Press, Dec. 1, 2009)
    A digital solution for your classroom with features created with teachers and students in mind: • Perpetual license • 24 hour, 7 days a week access • No limit to the number of students accessing one title at a time • Provides a School to Home connection wherever internet is available • Easy to use • Ability to turn audio on and off • Words highlighted to match audio Heart, lungs, stomach you know these organs keep you going. But do you know what’s buried even deeper? Explore the world of human organs to find out what really makes you tick.
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  • Cool Biology Activities for Girls

    Laura Christine Lewandowski, Laura Hoopes

    Library Binding (Capstone Press, Jan. 1, 2012)
    Get your science groove on, and check out these awesome biology projects: Flowers that color themselves, Tricks that confuse the brain, Taking DNA from a banana. Biology is easy when you’re having this much fun!
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  • Clot & Scab: Gross Stuff about Your Scrapes, Bumps, and Bruises

    Laura Christin Lewandowski, Michael Slack

    Paperback (Millbrook Press TM, Jan. 1, 2017)
    Have you ever crashed your bike and torn up your knee? Or have you been hit in the face by a ball and gotten a big shiny bruise around your eye? Have any of your scabs ever oozed with gross-looking pus? Blood, bruises, and scabs are all part of your body’s healing process. But sometimes you need a little extra help - from stitches, staples, or maybe even maggots and leeches! Hey, people do crazy things. Learn how your body repairs itself and what happens when something goes wrong, like getting gangrene (eew!). With close-up pictures and lots of disgusting facts, this book tells all about the gross science behind your body’s functions.
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  • Goodbye, Gasoline: The Science of Fuel Cells

    Laura Christine Lewandowski, Jennifer VanVoorst

    Library Binding (Compass Point Books, Sept. 1, 2008)
    A fuel cell is a device that converts chemicals into electricity without pollution. This clean energy can be used to power cars, homes, and businessesanything that uses electricity. A fuel cell is similar to a battery, but fuel cells dont go deadthey just need to be refilled. Fuel cells may be the future of energy, providing a clean alternative to burning fossil fuels. There is still work to be done before fuel cells will be practical for everyday use, but many scientists are working to produce safe, cost-effective fuel cells to power our world.
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  • Goodbye, Gasoline: The Science of Fuel Cells

    Laura Christine Lewandowski, Jennifer VanVoorst

    Paperback (Compass Point Books, Sept. 1, 2008)
    A fuel cell is a device that converts chemicals into electricity without pollution. This clean energy can be used to power cars, homes, and businesses, anything that uses electricity. A fuel cell is similar to a battery, but fuel cells don’t go “dead” they just need to be refilled. Fuel cells may be the future of energy, providing a clean alternative to burning fossil fuels. There is still work to be done before fuel cells will be practical for everyday use, but many scientists are working to produce safe, cost-effective fuel cells to power our world.
  • This Book Requires Safety Goggles: A Collection of Bizarre Science Trivia

    Laura Christine Lewandowski

    Hardcover (Capstone Press, Jan. 1, 2012)
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