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Why do boomerangs come back? (Mickey wonders why)

by Alexandra Parsons

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This series is absolutely fabulous. Not only does it answer questions that most all kids (and even adults have), but it provokes our students to think logically and critically. They begin to think “oh, I never thought of that” and “well, hmmm… then why/how does…?” By asking and answering these intriguing and interesting questions, this book indirectly teaches children tons of concepts about science that can be applied to other areas as well! This book, in particular, asks questions about how and why things work, such as “how does a kaleidoscope work?”, “how does a ventriloquist make a dummy speak?”, “how do tightrope walkers stay on the tightrope?” and more! ( )
  ashleylegan | Apr 12, 2009 |
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