Monday, January 16, 2017

This Librarian's Quick Picks: How Things Work

How Things Work
by Tamara Resler
National Geographic Kids (2016)
Middle Grade Nonfiction


Explains the science behind a variety of objects, such as erasers, hoverbikes, microwaves, and more.

Why You'll Love It:
  • Revealing looks at the science behind over two dozen vehicles, household appliances, technological gadgets, and recreational challenges.
  • Additional nuggets of information are included in “Tell Me More” and “Fun Facts” sections, while “Try This” invites kids to solve challenging experiments and ponder hypothetical questions.
  • Profiles of scientists, engineers, and innovators responsible for these cool technologies are also found in this full-color book with plentiful photos, graphics, varied fonts, a glossary, further reading, and an index.
Who Should Read It:

Grade for 5th-8th graders.

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