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What If: Mind-Boggling Science Questions for Kids

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What if the earth were square?
Discover the amazing answers to some cooland weird questions about our world
* What if the earth stopped spinning?
* What if we could see sounds?
* What if the moon fell down?
* What if aliens landed and only wanted to talk to dogs? Bizarre brainteasers and ingenious inquiries set the stage for a fantastic foray into the wacky world of real scie...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published April 20th 1998 by Jossey-Bass
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Cindy
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Shelves: science, ece-3601
This book is full of intriguing topics range from plants and animals to light and sound, from the wind and the weather to the planets and the stars. This book challenges the students and really captivates its readers through thinking and vivid images. Not only so, there are enjoyable experiences that are included in the text. These will stretch the student’s mind and imagination.
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