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Series: My Science Library [Rourke Publishing]

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The Amazing Facts About Sound (My Science Library, 4-5) by Buffy Silverman
Atoms and Molecules (My Science Library) by Tracy Nelson Maurer
Eating and the Digestive System (My science Library) by Julie K. Lundgren
Energy All Around (My Science Library, 3-4) by Buffy Silverman
How Do Humans Depend on Earth? (My Science Library) by Julie K. Lundgren
How Ecosystems Work (My Science Library) by Julie K. Lundgren
Let's Investigate Light (My Science Library, 4-5) by Buffy Silverman
Mix It Up! Solution or Mixture? (My Science Library) by Tracy Nelson Maurer
Plants as Food, Fuel and Medicine (My Science Library, 4-5) by Julie K. Lundgren
Pull It, Push It (My Science Library, 3-4) by Buffy Silverman
Reproduction in Plants (My Science Library) by Julie K. Lundgren
The Scoop About Measuring Matter (My Science Library) by Tracy Nelson Maurer
Skeletons and Exoskeletons (My Science Library) by Julie K. Lundgren
Why Plants Become Extinct (My Science Library, 3-4) by Julie K. Lundgren
Apple Trees and the Seasons by Julie K. LundgrenGLI: K-1; GRL: C
How Do Plants Grow? (My Science Library) by Julie K. LundgrenGLI: K-1; GRL: C
Science Safety Rules by Kelli HicksGLI: K-1; GRL: C
Who Do I Look Like?: A Book About Animal Babies by Julie K. LundgrenGLI: K-1; GRL: C
Our Sun Brings Life by Conrad J. StoradGLI: K-1; GRL: D
Run, Swim, Fly by Julie K. LundgrenGLI: K-1; GRL: D
Solid or Liquid? by Amy S. HansenGLI: K-1; GRL: D
STOP and GO, FAST and SLOW : Moving Objects in Different Ways by Buffy SilvermanGLI: K-1; GRL: D
I Use Simple Machines by Buffy SilvermanGLI: K-1; GRL: D
Day and Night by Conrad J. StoradGLI: K-1; GRL: E
I Use Science Tools by Kelli HicksGLI: K-1; GRL: E
What is It Made Of? by Amy S. HansenGLI: K-1; GRL: E
Animal Adaptations by Julie K. LundgrenGLI: 1-2; GRL: F
Plant Adaptations by Julie K. LundgrenGLI: 1-2; GRL: G
Animal Habitats by Julie K. LundgrenGLI: 1-2; GRL: H
Me and My Shadow: A Book About Light by Buffy SilvermanGLI: 1-2; GRL: H
I Use a Mouse by Kelli L. HicksGLI: 1-2; GRL: H
Floating and Sinking by Amy HansenGLI: 1-2; GRL: I
Living or Nonliving? by Kelli L. HicksGLI: 1-2; GRL: I
Plant Life Cycles by Julie K. LundgrenGLI: 1-2; GRL: I
Earth's Changing Surface by Conrad J. StoradGLI: 1-2; GRL: J
Magnet Power by Buffy SilvermanGLI: 1-2; GRL: J
Matter Comes in All Shapes by Amy HansenGLI: 1-2; GRL: J
What's the Weather Like Today? by Conrad J. StoradGLI: 1-2; GRL: K
Natural or Man-Made? by Kelli HicksGLI: 2-3; GRL: K
What's on the Food Chain Menu? by Julie K. LundgrenGLI: 2-3; GRL: K
Plants Make Their Own Food by Julie K. LundgrenGLI: 2-3; GRL: L
Seeds, Bees, and Pollen (My Science Library) by Julie LundgrenGLI: 2-3; GRL: L
What Do Critters Do in the Winter? by Julie LundgrenGLI: 2-3; GRL: L
Zap! It's Electricity by Buffy SilvermanGLI: 2-3; GRL: L
Earth is Tilting! by Conrad J. StoradGLI: 2-3; GRL: M
Let's Classify Animals! by Kelli HicksGLI: 2-3; GRL: M
Studying Weather and Climates by Conrad J. StoradGLI: 2-3; GRL: M
Where Did the Water Go? by Amy HansenGLI: 2-3; GRL: M
Gravity! Do You Feel It? by Buffy SilvermanGLI: 2-3; GRL: N
Melting Matter by Amy HansenGLI: 2-3; GRL: N

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