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Book awards: American Institute of Physics Science Writing Award

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TitlesOrder
The elusive neutrino by Jeremy BernsteinScientist, 1970
Splash! All About Baths by Susan Kovacs BuxbaumChildren, 1988
Micromysteries: Stories of Scientific Detection by Gail Kay HainesChildren, 1989
The Way Things Work by David MacaulayChildren, 1990
Airborne: The Search for the Secret of Flight (Novabook Series) by Richard MaurerChildren, 1991
Technological Risk by H. W. LewisScientist, 1991
Almost the real thing: Simulation in your high-tech world by Gloria SkurzynskiChildren, 1992
Stargazers by Gail GibbonsChildren, 1993
The Third Planet: Exploring the Earth from Space by Sally RideChildren, 1995
Bouncing & Bending Light (Phantastic Physical Phenomena) by Steve TomecekChildren, 1996
Extinction Is Forever by Donald M. SilverChildren, 1997
Extinction is forever by Donald M. SilverChildren, 1997
Earth Explained: A Beginner's Guide to Our Planet (Henry Holt Reference Book) by Barbara TaylorChildren, 1998
Close Encounters: Exploring the Universe with the Hubble Space Telescope by Elaine ScottChildren, 1999
Gizmos & Gadgets: Creating Science Contraptions That Work (& Knowing Why) (Williamson Kids Can! Series) by Jill Frankel HauserChildren, 2000
Science Play!: Beginning Discoveries for 2-To 6-Year-Olds (Williamson Little Hands Series) by Jill Frankel HauserChildren, 2000
Exploring Space by Cynthia Pratt NicolsonChildren, 2001
Techno-Matter:The Materials Be by Fred BortzChildren, 2002
Extrasolar Planets by Ron MillerChildren, 2003
Home on the Moon: Living on a Space Frontier by Marianne J. DysonChildren, 2004
The Man Who Went to the Far Side of the Moon by Bea Uusma SchyffertChildren, 2005
Fantastic Feats and Failures by Editors of YES MagChildren, 2006
Jurassic Poop: What Dinosaurs (and Others) Left Behind by Jacob BerkowitzChildren, 2007
Sneeze! by Alexandra SiyChildren, 2008
The Great Number Rumble: A Story of Math in Surprising Places by Cora LeeChildren, 2009
Kaboom!: Explosions of All Kinds by Gillian RichardsonChildren, 2010
Planet Hunter, Geoff Marcy and the Search for Other Earths by Vicki Oransky WittensteinChildren, 2011
The 4 Percent Universe: Dark Matter, Dark Energy, and the Race to Discover the Rest of Reality by Richard PanekJournalist, 2012
The Klutz Guide to the Galaxy (Klutz Guides) by Pat MurphyChildren, 2012
Max Goes to the Moon: A Science Adventure with Max the Dog (Science Adventures with Max the Dog series) by Jeffrey BennettChildren, 2013
How to Make a Universe with 92 Ingredients: An Electrifying Guide to the Elements by Adrian DingleChildren, 2014

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The Science Communication Awards of the American Institute of Physics (AIP) were established in the 1960s to recognize some of the best science writing of the previous year. Awards were originally given based on the occupation of the author, but are now categorized by format.

Multiple awards made to article-length writing do not appear on this list (since they're not yet in LibraryThing). See the AIP Science Communication Awards website for a complete list.

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