Series: At Home With Science

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Bump! Thump! How Do We Jump? Experiments Outside by Janice Lobb
A Chilling Story: How Things Cool Down by Eve Stwertka
A Chilling Story: How Things Cool Down (At Home With Science) by Eve Stwertka
Cleaning Up: How Trash Becomes Treasure by Eve Stwertka
Color and Noise! Let's Play with Toys! Experiments in the Play Room by Janice Lobb
Dig and Sow! How Do Plants Grow? Experiments in the Garden by Janice Lobb
Drip Drop: Water's Journey by Eve Swertka
Feather and Fur! What Makes Cats Purr? Exploring Your Pet's World by Janice Lobb
Heat, Lights, and Action! How Electricity Works by Eve Stwertka
Munch! Crunch! What's for Lunch? Experiments in the Kitchen by Janice Lobb
Splish! Splosh! Why Do We Wash? Experiments in the Bathroom by Janice Lobb
Tuning in the Sounds of the Radio by Eve Stwertka

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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