SCIENCE, SCIENCE, EVERYWHERE! by Ruth Cromer Weir

SCIENCE, SCIENCE, EVERYWHERE!

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Mike decides that today is the day for a big scientific expedition. Laden down with equipment--jars, bucket, magnifying glass, lunch pail, helmet, binoculars, spy glasses--he and his eager young sister, Sue, set off. Along the way they observe baby rabbits, insects, machinery, electric equipment, but nothing which could be considered a big scientific discovery. The two children are somewhat disappointed until Sue reflects that they have made a discovery; they have grasped the fact that science is universally manifest.

Pub Date: March 7th, 1960
Publisher: Abingdon Press