Imagine being struck by lightning. ZAP! You could be killed on the spot. So why do we have something as powerful and dangerous as electricity running through our homes? Because our modern lives now depend on it, thats why! Learn all about the most disgusting and dreadful aspects of electricity. From whizzing electrons and static shocks to frying flies and freaky frog legs, this book is full of yucky, painful and fascinating facts. You can even test your nerve with some easy (and painless!) experiments.
Isaac Newton's laws of motion describe inertia; the relationship between force, mass, and acceleration; and action/reaction. Reading Essentials in Science.
This book describes the process of making paper. Reading Essentials in Science.
The periodic table designed by Dmitri Mendeleev provides a wealth of information about the elements that make up our world. Reading Essentials in Science.
Physical and chemical properties and changes can be used to describe and classify all matter. Reading Essentials in Science.
This book describes where plastic comes from and how it is made. Reading Essentials in Science.
This book takes a scientific look at different records and oddities regarding weather in our world. Reading Essentials in Science.