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  • HSP Science


    Hardcover (HARCOURT SCHOOL PUBLISHERS, Oct. 1, 2006)
    Ex School book in Good condition. Two names scratched out in pencil. Pages clean and tight. As shown, I took the pic. Loc. 5H. - Orange.
  • Science Lab: Human Body

    Sally MacGill

    Paperback (Silver Dolphin Books, July 7, 2020)
    Learn by doing in this fun, interactive lab kit with more than 50 different experiments! Learn everything you need to know about the functions of the marvelous machine that is your body in this interactive Human Body Science Lab Kit! A 64-page manual including more than 50 experiments will teach you about the basic organs, structure, systems, and functions of the human body, and step-by-step instructions lead you through fun activities like re-creating the stages of digestion or exploring reflexes by building a simple robotic hand! Make anatomy lessons fun and memorable with the easy-to-follow experiments, including taking fingerprints, measuring lung capacity, building a stethoscope, and more!
  • Our Moon

    Debra Lucas

    Library Binding (Capstone Press, Jan. 1, 2006)
    Provides an introduction to the moon and its features and behavior using a question-and-answer format.
  • Fast and Faster!

    Alan Rubin

    Library Binding (Capstone Press, Jan. 1, 2003)
    Describes how animals and vehicles move in different ways and at different speeds.
  • I Know Where My Food Goes

    Jacqui Maynard, Katharine McEwan

    Paperback (Walker Books Ltd, June 30, 2000)
    Each Sam's Science book explores an aspect of science through a conversation between young Sam and his mum. In this book, Sam and his mum delve into the soupy gloopy realm of digestion.
  • The Way the Universe Works

    Jayne Parsons

    Paperback (Penguin Books, Limited (UK), July 6, 2006)
    Provides a 21st century introduction to the science of the cosmos. This work includes coverage of astronomy, physics, and cosmology, explaining why science matters and why it helps to explain how the Universe works. It features 50+ projects from creating your own lunar eclipse to investigating what happens inside a black hole.
  • Snow

    Susan Ring

    Library Binding (Capstone Press, Jan. 1, 2006)
    Explains what snow is made of, and provides details on some big snowstorms in history.
  • Magnets

    Darlene Ruth Stille

    Library Binding (Compass Point Books, Jan. 1, 2001)
    Provides an introduction to magnets and how they work and what products magnets may be found in.
  • What Is in Space?

    Vita Jiménez

    Paperback (Capstone Press, Sept. 1, 2002)
    Photos and text present what can be found in outer space.
  • Light

    Steve Parker

    Library Binding (Chelsea Clubhouse, Dec. 31, 2004)
    Describes the principles of light and how it is part of daily life.
  • Sam's Science: I Know Why I Brush My Teeth

    Kate Rowan, Katharine McEwen

    Hardcover (Candlewick, July 7, 1999)
    Sam learns about his teeth and why it is important to keep them clean with regular brushing, in a fun new addition to a science series for young children. By the illustrator of Cows in the Kitchen.
  • Super Science Pollination Pals

    Jodie Mangor

    Paperback (Discovery Library, Aug. 11, 2019)
    Meet the pollinators! These interesting insects, birds, mammals, and lizards have a very important job. They help plants reproduce. In Super Science: Pollination Pals, readers in grades 1-3 will find out who pollinates what, and how. We can thank this very important group for many of the things we eat: apples, almonds, chocolate, and so much more!This series presents standards-supporting concepts in relatable, often-humorous ways to engage young readers and provide teachers with fun informational texts to support science curriculums. Maximum information is delivered with minimal text to engage and support early readers.