Series: Basher Science

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Algebra and Geometry: Anything but Square! by Dan Green
Astronomy: Out of this World! by Simon Basher
Basher Science: Extreme Biology by Simon Basher
Basher Science: Technology: A byte-sized world! by Simon Basher
Biology: Life as We Know It! by Dan Green
Chemistry: Getting a Big Reaction by Simon Basher
Human Body: A Book with Guts by Dan Green
Oceans: Making Waves! by Simon Basher
The Periodic Table: Elements with Style! by Simon Basher
Physics: Why Matter Matters! by Dan Green
Planet Earth: What Planet are You On? by Simon Basher
Rocks & Minerals: A Gem of a Book by Simon Basher

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  1. Basher Basics: Weather: Whipping up a storm! by Simon Basher (2012)
  2. Math: A Book You Can Count On by Simon Basher (2010)
  3. Chemistry (Eyewitness Books) by Ann Newmark (1993)
  4. Sir Cumference and the First Round Table : A Math Adventure by Cindy Neuschwander (1997)
  5. DK Visual Dictionaries: Human Body by DK Publishing (1991)
  6. Who Was Albert Einstein? by Jess Brallier (2002)
  7. The Way Science Works by Robin Kerrod (2002)
  8. G Is for Googol: A Math Alphabet Book by David M. Schwartz (1998)
  9. Fizz, Bubble & Flash!: Element Explorations & Atom Adventures for Hands-On Science Fun! (Williamson Kids Can! Series) by Ph.D. Anita Brandolini (2003)
  10. Planet Earth: Questions and Answers (Explore Our World) by Capella (2008)
  11. The Random House Book of 1001 Wonders of Science by Brian Williams (1989)
  12. Pre-Algebra: An Accelerated Course by Mary P. Dolciani (1981)
  13. It's Elementary! by Robert Winston (2007)
  14. The Adventures of Penrose the Mathematical Cat by Theoni Pappas (1997)
  15. The Brain: Our Nervous System by Seymour Simon (1997)

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