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Science Kids: Materials by Clive Gifford
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Science Kids: Materials

by Clive Gifford

Series: Science Kids

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0753462354, Paperback)

What are rocks made of? Why can people see through glass? Where does plastic come from? This colorful title answers the fundamental questions about the matter and materials that make up the physical world, including metals, wood, paper, cotton, and recycled products.

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Describes the properties of different types of natural and manufactured matter, including elastic, marble, wood, silk, and gold. Materials answers fundamental questions about the matter and materials that make up the physical world around us. What are rocks made of? Where do plastics come from, and what are they used for? Why can I see through glass? Readers are introduced to the most common natural and manufactured materials-including metals, wood, paper, cotton, and recycled products--and learn why some are hard and others are malleable and why some stretch while others snap.… (more)

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