Why Why Why Do Magnets Push and Pull?

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Why Why Why do you ask so many questions? Well if you didn't ask, you would never find out about things!

Take a look inside the pages of this book and discover the answers to loads of interesting questions. You'll find fantastic pictures to help explain things more, cartoons to make you giggle, and fun things to do in the color panels.

So what are you waiting for? Ask some questions!

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Overview

Why Why Why do you ask so many questions? Well if you didn't ask, you would never find out about things!

Take a look inside the pages of this book and discover the answers to loads of interesting questions. You'll find fantastic pictures to help explain things more, cartoons to make you giggle, and fun things to do in the color panels.

So what are you waiting for? Ask some questions!

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Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature - Kathy Leggett
Based on the premise that you have to ask questions to learn, this question-and-answer format science book offers easy to understand explanations to some of the most frequently asked children's questions. The front cover brings in the reader depicting a car being held up with a huge magnet, thus the questioning begins before the book is even opened. Why do fireworks flash and bang? Where do rainbow colors come from? Does a computer have a brain? Are we harming the earth? How do skyscrapers stay up? These are only five of thirty-five questions answered throughout the book. With titles like "Look" or "Find Out," sidebars encourage readers to experiment independently to learn more about each topic. Readers are led in different directions to try their own hands at being scientists, like finding a magnet around your house and counting how many paper clips you can pick up or looking for a rainbow in your water hose on a sunny day or checking an encyclopedia to see where Albert Einstein was born. Written in true form of nonfiction with both a table of contents and an index, readers are able to find specific topics to read or reread. A fun quiz time at the end checks in with questions and hidden answers to check your recall. This section is sure to be the highlight of book talks and classroom discussions. Lovers of nonfiction will return to this book over and over again to find more answers to different questions. An inspirational addition to a classroom or personal library. Reviewer: Kathy Leggett
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781422215838
  • Publisher: Mason Crest Publishers
  • Publication date: 9/28/2009
  • Series: Why Why Why Series
  • Pages: 32
  • Sales rank: 1,479,985
  • Age range: 8 - 12 Years
  • Product dimensions: 9.10 (w) x 11.80 (h) x 0.30 (d)

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