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An imaginative look at the earth, weather, and the environment through such questions as "What if the earth stood still?" and "What if the water ran out?"
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Grade 3-6?Two titles with a slightly different bent. Instead of a straightforward presentation of what exists, Parker poses a series of hypothetical questions such as "What if the Earth were twice as big?" and "What if there were no wind?" In The Human Body, he asks "What if we had no skin?" and "What if people didn't have sex?" Explanations are clear and lively (if perhaps given too many exclamation points). Average-quality cartoon illustrations mirror the texts and provide a touch of humor. Given their scattershot approach, the books are better suited to browsing than for report writing. The "Understanding Science & Nature" series (Time-Life) gives a bit more coverage in these areas.?Susan Chmurynsky, East Kentwood Freshman Campus, MI
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