Series: Follett Beginning Science Books

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Air by Edna Mitchell Preston
Animals Without Backbones by Robert E Pfadt
Ants by Charles A. Schoenknecht
Beavers by F. Dorothy Wood
Birds by Isabel B Wasson
Birds That Hunt by Willard Luce
Butterflies by Jeanne S Brouillette
Climate by Julian May
Comets and Meteors by Isaac Asimov
Crystals by Philip B. Carona
Deer by John Feilen
Electricity by Edward Victor
Friction by Edward Victor
Frogs and Toads by Charles A. Schoenknecht
Galaxies by Isaac Asimov
Grasshoppers by Robert E Pfadt
Heat by Edward Victor
Hummingbirds by Betty John
Insects by Jeanne S Brouillette
Light by Isaac Asimov
Machines by Edward Victor
Magnets by Edward Victor
Mammals by Esther K. Meeks
Molecules and Atoms by Edward Victor
The Moon by Isaac Asimov
Moths by Jeanne S Brouillette
Our planet earth (Follett beginning science books) by Carona
Plants with Seeds by F. Dorothy Wood
Robins by Edwin A Mason
Rocks and Minerals by Lou Williams Page
Snakes by Esther K. Meeks
Soil (Follett beginning science books) by Richard Cromer
The Solar System by Isaac Asimov
Sound by Charles D. Neal
Space by Marian Tellander
Spiders by Ramona Stewart. Dupre
Squirrels by John Feilen
The Sun by Isaac Asimov
Trees by George Sullivan
Tropical Fish by Loren P. Woods
Weather by Julian May
Whales (Follett beginning science books) by Val Gendron
Your Wonderful Brain by Mary Jane Keeney

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