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Series: Junior Science Books

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Junior Science Book of Bacteria by Gerald S. Lietz
Junior Science Book of Beavers by Alexander L. Crosby
Junior Science Book of Big Cats by Robert S. Lemmon
Junior Science Book of Bird Life by Georgia Pierce
Junior Science Book of Canadian Geese by Alexander L. Crosby
Junior Science Book of Electricity by Rocco V. Feravolo
Junior Science Book of Elephants by William D. Sheldon
Junior Science Book of Flying by Rocco V. Feravolo
Junior Science Book of Flying by Rocco Feravolo
Junior Science Book of Heat by Rocco V. Feravolo
Junior Science Book of Icebergs and Glaciers by Patricia Lauber
Junior Science Book of Light by Rocco V. Feravolo
Junior Science Book of Magnets by Rocco V. Feravolo
Junior Science Book of Penguins by Patricia Lauber
Junior Science Book of Pond Life by Alexander L. Crosby
Junior Science Book of Rain, Hail, Sleet and Snow by Nancy Larrick
Junior Science Book of Rock Collecting by Phoebe Crosby
Junior Science Book of Seashells by Sam Epstein
Junior Science Book of Sound by Dorothy S Anderson
Junior Science Book of Stars by Phoebe Crosby
Junior Science Book of Tortoises, Terrapins and Turtles by Henry Hill Collins
Junior Science Book of Trees by Robert Stell Lemmon
Junior Science Book of Turtles by Henry Hill Collins
Junior Science Book of Volcanoes by Patricia Lauber
Junior Science Book of Water by Ottis Peterson
Junior Science Book of Water Experiments by Rocco V. Feravolo
Junior Science Book of Weather Experiments by Rocco V. Feravolo

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