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Books with title What Is Light Energy?

  • What Is Light?

    Markette Sheppard, Cathy Ann Johnson

    Board book (Agate Bolden, June 12, 2018)
    Light can be so many things! The twinkle of a faraway star, a firefly captured in a jar, a mother’s love, a turtle dove . . .Lyrical text and crisp, cheerful illustrations illuminate What Is Light?, each page revealing the sparkle found in a child’s simple but extraordinary world. Young readers will enjoy discovering the special glow in everything from nature to the smiles of loved ones. The light revealed on the final page makes a fitting finale for this sweet, bright tale.This board book edition is the perfect size for little hands.
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  • What Is Light?

    Markette Sheppard, Cathy Ann Johnson

    Hardcover (Denene Millner Books/Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, May 5, 2020)
    This lyrical and luminously illustrated picture book explores the beauty of the everyday moments in a child’s world.Light can be so many things! The twinkle of a faraway star, a firefly captured in a jar, a mother’s love, a turtle dove... Through this thoughtful and celebratory book, young readers will discover the special glow in everything from nature to the smiles of loved ones. Each page reveals a different sparkle found in a child’s simple but extraordinary world. The light revealed on the final page makes a fitting finale for this sweet, bright tale.
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  • What Is Light?

    Markette Sheppard, Cathy Ann Johnson

    eBook (Denene Millner Books/Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, May 5, 2020)
    This lyrical and luminously illustrated picture book explores the beauty of the everyday moments in a child’s world.Light can be so many things! The twinkle of a faraway star, a firefly captured in a jar, a mother’s love, a turtle dove... Through this thoughtful and celebratory book, young readers will discover the special glow in everything from nature to the smiles of loved ones. Each page reveals a different sparkle found in a child’s simple but extraordinary world. The light revealed on the final page makes a fitting finale for this sweet, bright tale.
  • What Is Light Energy?

    E. D. Chesborough

    Paperback (Britannica Educational Pub, Aug. 15, 2017)
    Its pretty much impossible to imagine what our lives would be like without light energy. As this elementary-level STEM text explains, energy from the sun sustains life on Earth. Young readers will learn about the properties of light, what wavelengths are, the relationship between light and color, and how reflected light enables us to see things. Colorful photos and useful diagrams help illustrate the content presented, while sidebars prompt readers to think about what they have read. Teachers and students alike will appreciate this clear, age-appropriate introduction to a potentially challenging topic.
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  • What Is Light Energy?

    E. D. Chesborough

    Library Binding (Britannica Educational Pub, Aug. 15, 2017)
    Introduces light energy, detailing its properties and sources, and describes how light energy interacts with eyes to enable sight.
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  • What Is Light?

    Mark Andrew Weakland

    Paperback (Pebble, Feb. 1, 2019)
    We can see light. We know it makes plants grow. Light pours from the sun and from glowing light bulbs. But we can't touch it, or hold it. What is light? Learn about this science basic, and then get hands-on with an experiment that will light up the classroom.
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  • What Is Energy?

    Paula Johanson

    Paperback (Rosen Education Service, Aug. 1, 2014)
    In this engaging text, readers are introduced to basic concepts of energy and where it exists all around them, right down to matter and the atom. Fact boxes bolster vocabulary words, while "Compare and Contras" and "Think About It" boxes stimulate thinking, reading, writing, and discussion. This illuminating volume supports Common Core Science Standards, evaluation of evidence, understanding scientific theories, and connecting and relating knowledge. The lively narrative with real-world examples explains terms and concepts, and full-color photographs and illustrations energize the text.
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  • What Is Energy?

    Paula Johanson

    Paperback (Rosen Education Service, March 15, 1800)
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  • What Is Energy?

    Paula Johanson

    Hardcover (Rosen Education Service, Aug. 1, 2014)
    In this engaging text, readers are introduced to basic concepts of energy and where it exists all around them, right down to matter and the atom. Fact boxes bolster vocabulary words, while "Compare and Contras" and "Think About It" boxes stimulate thinking, reading, writing, and discussion. This illuminating volume supports Common Core Science Standards, evaluation of evidence, understanding scientific theories, and connecting and relating knowledge. The lively narrative with real-world examples explains terms and concepts, and full-color photographs and illustrations energize the text.
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  • What Is Energy?

    Andrew Einspruch

    Paperback (Powerkids Pr, Jan. 1, 2014)
    Examines the different forms of power generation, from fossil fuels and nuclear energy to wind and solar power.
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  • What Is Heat Energy?

    Lynnae D Steinberg

    Library Binding (Britannica Educational Pub, Aug. 15, 2017)
    Introduces heat energy, detailing the different kinds of heat energy, how it is measured, and how heat impacts the Earth.
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  • What Is Energy?

    Andrew Einspruch

    Library Binding (PowerKids Press, Jan. 1, 2014)
    From coal to sunlight to trash, it seems as if almost everything can be used to create energy. But which option is the most productive? The least harmful to the environment? The most practical? With this astute survey, readers will be well on their way to developing their own informed opinions about one of todays most complex and debated topicsenergy.
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