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Scholastic Discover More is a revolutionary new nonfiction line pairing stunning print books with corresponding interactive digital books that extend the learning online.

THE ELEMENTS unlocks a free 64-page digital companion book, ELEMENTS COLLECTOR, offering even more information, photos, and videos!

Discovering the elements is discovering life itself. What are we made of?
Paperback, 112 pages
Published January 1st 2012 by Scholastic Reference
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Even more informative, in many ways, than Theodore Gray's The Elements. But harder to read because it's more like an 'Eyewitness' book. If one truly wants to learn Chemistry, this might be a better book, because it better organizes by groups and has other kinds of information. Either would be better than the text book I had in school 3 decades ago, if only for the wonderful photos!
This is a fantastic informational book that would have any high interest reader entranced. It is filled with essential, and unusual, information about earth, elements as well as great scientists. It is very colorful with many photographs to illustrate the text. My 8 yr old has been carrying it around and quoting info from it to me.
Patty Schuster
This book includes the elements of the world! Such as crystal caves, the making of cars, atoms, the periodic table, metals, hydrogen, iron, art and copper information. Each page has a lot of information about each topic with tons of pictures. This book would have to be discussed in class by a teacher and used for science projects.
a great introduction to the elements in the periodic table…excellent illustrations…more than one could ever want to know, unless you are a chemistry major!
Brenda Kahn
Wow, visually appealing and chock full of everything you want to know about the periodic table.
Sarah Wright
I adore the Scholastic Discover More series!!
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