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Anatomy of a Volcano (Shockwave: Earth and Physical Science) by Mary LindeenEarth and Physical Science
Full Speed Ahead: The Science of Going Fast (Shockwave: Earth and Physical Science) by Mari C. SchuhEarth and Physical Science
Grab a Seat at the Periodic Table!: A Chemical Mystery (Shockwave: Earth and Physical Science) by Laura Layton StromEarth and Physical Science
Mighty Earth (Shockwave: Earth and Physical Science) by Carol AllisonEarth and Physical Science
Take a Deep Breath: What is CO2? (Shockwave: Earth and Physical Science) by Yvonne MorrisonEarth and Physical Science
The Water Planet (Shockwave: Earth and Physical Science) by Judy Kentor SchmaussEarth and Physical Science
Beach Biology (Shockwave: Life Science and Medicine) by Avelyn DavidsonLife Science and Medicine
Dr. Medieval: Medicine in the Middle Ages (Shockwave: Life Science and Medicine) by Laura Layton StromLife Science and Medicine
No Animals, No Plants: Species at Risk (Shockwave: Life Science and Medicine) by Sarah IrvineLife Science and Medicine
Pills and Potions: A History of Remedies (Scockwave: Life Science and Medicine) by Mary AtkinsonLife Science and Medicine
Stuck on Cactus: American Desert Life (Shockwave: Life Science and Medicine) by Yvonne MorrisonLife Science and Medicine
Vision Without Sight: Human Capabilities (Shockwave: Social Studies) by Susan BrockerLife Science and Medicine
'Twas a Dark and Stormy Night...: Why Writers Write (Shockwave: Life Stories) by Jennifer MurrayLife Stories
Genius or Madman? Sir Isaac Newton (Shockwave: Life Stories) by Mary AtkinsonLife Stories
Leonardo Da Vinci: Artist and Scientist (Shockwave: Life Stories) by Laura Layton StromLife Stories
On the Lookout: Lives of Naturalists (Shockwave: Life Stories) by Sarah MatthewsonLife Stories
Racing on the Wind: Steve Fossett (Shockwave: Life Stories) by Laura Layton StromLife Stories
Scientists Try, Try Again (Shockwave: Life Stories) by Hollie J. EndresLife Stories
From Bugbots to Humanoids: Robotics (Shockwave: Technology and Manufacturing) by Laura Layton StromTechnology and Manufacturing
How Does It Fly?: The Science of Flight (Shockwave: Technology and Manufacturing) by Peter ReesTechnology and Manufacturing
Mirror Power (Shockwave: Technology and Manufacturing) by Laura Layton StromTechnology and Manufacturing
Paper Trail: History of an Everyday Material (Shockwave: Technology and Manufacturing) by Susan BrockerTechnology and Manufacturing
Secrets of the Space Shuttle (Shockwave: Technology and Manufacturing) by Peter ReesTechnology and Manufacturing
The Wind at Work (Shockwave: Technology and Manufacturing) by Melissa IwinskiTechnology and Manufacturing
Art as Science (Shockwave: Science in Practice) by Christine FlemingScience in Practice
The DNA Gave It Away! Teens Solve Crime (Shockwave: Science in Practice) by Yvonne MorrisonScience in Practice
Don't Try This at Home!: The Science of Extreme Behaviors (Shockwave: Science in Practice) by Laura Layton StromScience in Practice
The Earth is Flat! Science Facts and Fictions (Shockwave: Science in Practice) by Mary AtkinsonScience in Practice
The Egyptian Science Gazette (Shockwave: Science in Practice) by Laura Layton StromScience in Practice
Skiing in the Desert: Asian Innovation (Shockwave: Science in Practice) by Ian MorrisonScience in Practice
Camp Extreme (Shockwave: The Human Experience) by Lynette EvansThe Human Experience
Extreme Sports (Shockwave: The Human Experience) by Lynette EvansThe Human Experience
Kids Have Rights, Too! (Shockwave: The Human Experience) by Janine ScottThe Human Experience
Liberty: Blessing or Burden? (Shockwave: The Human Experience) by Peter ReesThe Human Experience
Move Your Bones (Shockwave: The Human Experience) by Lynette EvansThe Human Experience
Thrills and Spills: Fast Sports (Shockwave: The Human Experience) by Jerrill ParhamThe Human Experience
The Bull and the Bear: How Stock Markets Work (Shockwave: Economics and Geography) by Avelyn DavidsonEconomics and Geography
Caught with a Catch: Poaching in Africa (Shockwave: Economics and Geography) by Laura Layton StromEconomics and Geography
Dollars and Sense: Economics and Science (Shockwave: Economics and Geography) by Avelyn DavidsonEconomics and Geography
Flight and Fancy: The Airline Industry (Shockwave: Economics and Geography) by Jennifer MurrayEconomics and Geography
The Rock We Eat: Salt (Shockwave: Economics and Geography) by Laura Layton StromEconomics and Geography
Wicked and Wonderful Water (Shockwave: Economics and Geography) by Judy Kentor SchmaussEconomics and Geography
Boundary Breakers: Remarkable People (Shockwave: History and Politics) by Jerrill ParhamHistory and Politics
Earth Partners: Saving the Planet (Shockwave: History and Politics) by Yvonne MorrisonHistory and Politics
Harsh or Heroic?: The Middle Ages (Shockwave: History and Politics) by Karen Latchana KenneyHistory and Politics
Istanbul, Once Constantinople (Shockwave: History and Politics) by Sue DonovanHistory and Politics
The Spoils of War (Shockwave: History and Politics) by Karen Latchana KenneyHistory and Politics
Ashes to Ashes: Uncovering Pompeii (Shockwave: People and Communities) by Mary LindeenPeople and Communities
Built Below Sea Level: New Orleans (Shockwave: People and Commuities) by Laura Layton StromPeople and Communities
A Day in the Life of an African Village (Shockwave: People and Communities) by Avelyn DavidsonPeople and Communities
Earth Matters (Shockwave: People and Communities) by Yvonne MorrisonPeople and Communities
What Do You Mean? Communication Isn't Easy (Shockwave: People and Communities) by Mary AtkinsonPeople and Communities
Your Papers, Please: Crossing Borders (Shockwave: People and Communities) by Sue AdasiewiczPeople and Communities
Made by Humans: Astonishing Achievements (Shockwave: Arts and Culture) by Carol J. AllisonArts and Culture
Mysterious Places (Shockwave: Arts and Culture) by Sue AdasiewiczArts and Culture
Tombs and Treasure: Ancient Egypt (Shockwave: Arts and Culture) by Laura Layton StromArts and Culture
Carved in Stone: Clues about Cultures (Shockwave: Social Studies) by Yvonne Morrison?
The Two Great Wars (Shockwave: Social Studies) by Janine Scott?

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How do series work?

To create a series or add a work to it, go to a "work" page. The "Common Knowledge" section now includes a "Series" field. Enter the name of the series to add the book to it.

Works can belong to more than one series. In some cases, as with Chronicles of Narnia, disagreements about order necessitate the creation of more than one series.

Tip: If the series has an order, add a number or other descriptor in parenthesis after the series title (eg., "Chronicles of Prydain (book 1)"). By default, it sorts by the number, or alphabetically if there is no number. If you want to force a particular order, use the | character to divide the number and the descriptor. So, "(0|prequel)" sorts by 0 under the label "prequel."

What isn't a series?

Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series). Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification (eg., avoid lumping Jane Austen with her continuators).

Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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