Power for the Planet

Anne Flounders (author)

Publisher: Red Chair Press LLC ISBN: 9781939656339

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Description

Energy is all around us. Food and sleep are the fuels our bodies use to create the energy we need to move, talk, and think. But scientists tell us some of the fuels that keep our homes and businesses running, power our transportation, and keep us safe are hurting Earth. Learn why energy companies are working to come up with cleaner ways to supply oil and gas, how fuels in the future will be safer for Earth, and what you can do now to use energy wisely. Book features: Table of Contents; Glossary; For More Information including books and web sites; Index; photos and captions; charts and graphs; source notes.

Reading Level
Lexile
850L
Fountas Pinnell Guided Reading
R
ATOS
5.4
DRA
50
Categories
Genre
Chapter Books Nature Science & Technology Social Issues
Interest Age
Ages 9-12
Grade
2nd Grade 3rd Grade 4th Grade 5th Grade
Subject
Science Social Studies
Language
English (US)
Fiction/Non-Fiction
Non-Fiction
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