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Presenting a fun and educational way to explore the wonders of the world of science this guide collects more than 1,300 the most commonly asked and interesting questions in a succinct, fun, and educational manner. Children and adults alike will enjoy uncovering some of life’s greatest mysteries, including how does a fax machine works, which color car is the safest, the difference between male and female lobsters, and what city have the record for most snowfall. With straightforward writing, more than 100 photographs, and dozens of graphs and tables, this guidebook is the perfect reference for solving the mysteries of science.
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James Bobick is currently Department Head in the Science and Technology Department at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.
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