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Experiments With a Hand Lens (True Books: Science Experiments) by Salvatore Tocci
Experiments With Air (True Books: Science Experiments) by Salvatore Tocci
Experiments with Colors (True Books: Science Experiments) by Salvatore Tocci
Experiments with Electricity (True Books: Science Experiments) by Salvatore Tocci
Experiments with Energy (True Books: Science Experiments) by Salvatore Tocci
Experiments with Foods (True Books: Science Experiments) by Salvatore Tocci
Experiments with Friction (True Books: Science Experiments) by Salvatore Tocci
Experiments with Gravity (True Books: Science Experiments) by Salvatore Tocci
Experiments with Heat (True Books: Science Experiments) by Salvatore Tocci
Experiments With Light (True Books: Science Experiments) by Salvatore Tocci
Experiments with Magic (True Books: Science Experiments) by Salvatore Tocci
Experiments With Magnets (True Books: Science Experiments) by Salvatore Tocci
Experiments with Motion (True Books: Science Experiments) by Salvatore Tocci
Experiments With Plants (True Books: Science Experiments) by Salvatore Tocci
Experiments With Rocks and Minerals (True Books: Science Experiments) by Salvatore Tocci
Experiments With Simple Machines (True Books: Science Experiments) by Salvatore Tocci
Experiments with Soap (True Books: Science Experiments) by Salvatore Tocci
Experiments With Solids, Liquids, and Gases (True Books: Science Experiments) by Salvatore Tocci
Experiments With Sound (True Books: Science Experiments) by Salvatore Tocci
Experiments with Sports (True Books: Science Experiments) by Salvatore Tocci
Experiments with the Sun and the Moon (True Books: Science Experiments) by Salvatore Tocci
Experiments with Weather (True Books: Science Experiments) by Salvatore Tocci
Space Experiments (True Books: Science Experiments) by Salvatore Tocci

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  1. Experiments with Heat (New True Books: Science Experiments) by Walter Olesky (1986)
  2. Motion, Magnets and More by Adrienne Mason (2011)
  3. Experiments With Water (True Books: Science Experiments) by Salvatore Tocci (1988)
  4. Science Plus: Technology and Society by Charles P. McFadden (1993)
  5. Plant Tricksters (Watts Library: Plants and Fungi) by Janet Halfmann (2003)
  6. Splat!: Wile E. Coyote Experiments with States of Matter (Wile E. Coyote, Physical Science Genius) by Suzanne Slade (2014)
  7. Mirrors (Boston Children's Museum Activity Book) by Bernie Zubrowski (1992)
  8. Awesome Experiments in Force & Motion by Michael A. DiSpezio (1998)
  9. Experiment with movement by Bryan Murphy (1991)
  10. Science and Technology by Dhingra
  11. Science Experiments for Young Learners by Jill Norris (2000)
  12. A Home in the Swamp by David C. Lion (2007)
  13. What Is Gravity? (Rookie Read-About Science: Physical Science) by Lisa Trumbauer (2004)
  14. 365 Science Experiments by Glen Singleton (2010)
  15. 200 Illustrated Science Experiments for Children by Robert J. Brown (1987)

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