This book explored how objects store and exert energy.
This book offers a brief overview of the structure, function, makeup, and specific types of cells, including both animal and human cells.
This book explores the science behind modern technology: TV, radio, Internet, cell phones/mobile devices, Earth to space communication, satellites, and GPS. It also expands students' understanding of light and sound as mechanisms of energy transfer and transfer of information between objects that are not in contact. In additional it also covers scientists and discoveries that led to modern technology.
This book explores Earth's role and place in the Universe, and discusses origin theories for the planets in our solar system. It also talks about light waves, light years, and measuring distances and sizes as well as the components of the universe (stars, nebulae, and galaxies) and their relation to Earth. It also discusses the characteristics that allow life to exist such as the proximity of the Sun, the presence of water, and the composition of the atmosphere.
This book explores the organisms involved in composting as well as the biological processes involved, including a breakdown of primary, secondary, and tertiary level consumers.
This book explores the states of matter, the building blocks of everything in the universe, as well as influential scientists in the field.
This book explores how human activity affects the Earth, e.g. the effects of human activity on groundwater and surface water, habitat destruction, construction, emissions, and pollution.