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The Kids' Solar Energy Book even grown-ups can understand

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Using appealing cartoons with a cast of lively and curious kids, experts Malcolm Wells and Tilly Spetgang demonstrate how solar power works in a wonderfully clear and understandable way. The fun lesson unfolds in a classroom where students explore solar energy and today’s technology: active systems, passive solar, and the conversion of sunlight into electricity. In additio ...more
Hardcover, 88 pages
Published August 1st 2009 by Imagine Publishing, Inc. (first published 1982)
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Tilly Spetgang is a newspaper journalist, author, magazine writer, teacher at the Writer's Workshop for Rutgers University, and a former radio talk-show host. A lifelong conservationist, she was the force behind the worldwide effort to put bricks in toilet tanks to reduce the amount of water used when flushing, which led to the retooling of tanks from 8 to 1.6 gallons of water per use.
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