Series: Early-Reader Science: Simple Machines

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Inclined Planes (Early-Reader Science: Simple Machines) by Michael Dahl
Levers (Early-Reader Science: Simple Machines) by Michael Dahl
Wheels and Axles (Early-Reader Science: Simple Machines) by Michael Dahl

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  1. Pulleys (Simple Machines) by Michael Dahl (1996)
  2. Inclined Planes (The Bridgestone Science Library: Understanding Simple Machines) by Anne Welsbacher (2000)
  3. What is a Pulley? (Welcome Books: Simple Machines) by Lloyd G. Douglas (2002)
  4. Simple Machines (Starting with Science) by Deborah Hodge (1996)
  5. Experiment with movement by Bryan Murphy (1991)
  6. How Do You Lift a Lion? (Wells of Knowledge Science Series) by Robert E. Wells (1996)
  7. Wheels, Pulleys and Levers (Science Workshop) by Mick Seller (1993)
  8. Explore Simple Machines!: With 25 Great Projects (Explore Your World) by Anita Yasuda (2011)
  9. It works like this; a collection of machines from Nature and science magazine by Thomas G. Aylesworth (1967)
  10. Roll, Slope, and Slide: A Book About Ramps (Amazing Science: Simple Machines) by Michael Dahl (2006)
  11. What Are Wheels and Axles? (Looking at Simple Machines) by Helen Frost (2001)
  12. Rosa Parks: The Movement Organizes (History of Civil Rights Series) by Kai Jabir Friese (1990)
  13. Forces Make Things Move by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley (2005)
  14. Simple Machines by Gare Thompson (1995)
  15. Forces and Motion by Lisa Trumbauer (1989)

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