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Why Are Black Holes Black?
     

Why Are Black Holes Black?

by Thomas Canavan
 

What is the Sun made out of? How did Saturn get its rings? Why don't planets bump into each other? With Science F.A.Q., you can discover the amazing answers to all kinds of fun questions! The topics covered are a great addition to school Science classes and support Grade 4-6 reading levels.

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What is the Sun made out of? How did Saturn get its rings? Why don't planets bump into each other? With Science F.A.Q., you can discover the amazing answers to all kinds of fun questions! The topics covered are a great addition to school Science classes and support Grade 4-6 reading levels.

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School Library Journal
11/01/2013
Gr 2–5—Mixing no-brainers such as "Could you survive if you jumped up just before a falling elevator hit the ground?" (No) with such compelling enquiries as "Why is snow white?" and the prize-worthy "Do plants poop?" this set of science Q & A's offers nontechnical but specific and clearly reasoned explanations for a wide range of common and uncommon natural phenomena. Each volume features four thematically related queries per spread, which are posed and answered alongside brightly colored, sometimes telling photos. "Can you really sit on a lily pad?" Yes, as the picture proves. Some questions don't have tidy answers ("When will we run out of oil?"), thus making fine springboards for discussion and further research.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781782123958
Publisher:
Arcturus Publishing
Publication date:
08/28/2013
Series:
Science F.A.Q. Series
Pages:
32
Product dimensions:
8.70(w) x 10.70(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range:
7 - 10 Years

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