THE TRUE BOOK OF SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS by Illa Podendorf

THE TRUE BOOK OF SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Simple experiments with air, water, magnets, gravity, sound, heat and cold are described in an easily followed text, and bring out the overt properties of each phenomenon. Experiments include the familiar ones like siphoning water or making a tin can telephone and the accompanying full color pictures by Mary Salem show happy children doing them.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1954
Publisher: Childrens Press