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Experiments With Air (New True Books: Science Experiments) by Ray Broekel
Experiments With Animal Behavior (New True Books: Science Experiments) by Ovid K. Wong
Experiments With Chemistry (New True Books: Science Experiments) by Helen J. Challand
Experiments With Electricity (New True Books: Science Experiments) by Helen Challand
Experiments with Heat (New True Books: Science Experiments) by Walter Olesky
Experiments With Light (New True Books: Science Experiments) by Ray Broekel
Experiments With Magnets (New True Books: Science Experiments) by Helen Challand
Experiments with Straws and Paper (New True Books) by Ray Broekel
Experiments With Water (New True Books: Science Experiments) by Ray Broekel
Plant Experiments (New True Books: Science Experiments) by Vera R. Webster
Science Experiments (New True Books: Science Experiments) by Vera Webster
Sound Experiments (New True Books: Science Experiments) by Ray Broekel
Weather Experiments (New True Books: Science Experiments) by Vera Webster

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  1. Earth (New True Books: Space) by Dennis B. Fradin (1989)
  2. Science Experiments for Young Learners by Jill Norris (2000)
  3. Experiments With Air (True Books: Science Experiments) by Salvatore Tocci (2002)
  4. Hearing (First Step Nonfiction: Senses) by Robin Nelson (2002)
  5. How a Seed Grows (Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science) by Helene J. Jordan (1960)
  6. 101 Great Science Experiments by Neil Ardley (1993)
  7. Science Experiments with Magnets (Usborne Pocket Science) by Helen Edom (2002)
  8. My Big Science Book (Smart Kids) by Roger Priddy (2003)
  9. Science Fun With Drums, Bells, and Whistles by Rose Wyler (1987)
  10. Awesome Experiments for Curious Kids: Electricity and Magnetism, Forces, Plants and Living Things, Heat, Materials, Light and Sound by Trevor Cook (2011)
  11. Weather Projects for Young Scientists: Experiments and Science Fair Ideas by Mary Kay Carson (2007)
  12. Janice VanCleave's Biology For Every Kid: 101 Easy Experiments That Really Work by Janice VanCleave (1990)
  13. I want to know about... Deserts - Helicopters by Elsa Z. Posell (1982)
  14. Wonders Of The Sea by Louis Sabin (1879)
  15. The Busy Building Book by Sue Tarsky (1997)

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