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Explores the nature of sound through experiments, riddles, interesting facts, puzzles, and games
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Etta Kaner has written a number of non-fiction titles, including the Exploring the Elements series and several books in the Animal Behavior series. Etta has won awards for her work, including the ASPCA Henry Bergh Children's Book Award and the Scientific American Young Readers Book Award. Etta lives in Toronto, where she also works as a teacher.From School Library Journal:
Grade 3-5-- A hands-on science book that contains over 40 age-appropriate experiments and activities, all of which explore and explain sound. Most of the necessary equipment is easily obtained (scissors, keys, pop bottles, paper) and safe to use. Directions specify that an adult should be called when using a hammer or other tools. Interesting facts about animal and natural noises are included in short, easy-to-read paragraphs. Black-and-white cartoons and line drawings are attractive and informative. More comprehensive than Ardley's The Science Book of Sound (HBJ, 1991) and Sound and Music (Watts, 1984), this book provides Sound Science for group or individual experiments as well as for science fair projects.
- Tina Smith Entwistle, Oakley Park Elem . School, Walled Lake, MI
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Book Description Addison-Wesley Pub (Sd), 1991. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX020156758X
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