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How to Save the Planet

How to Save the Planet

Series: How To...
by Barbara Taylor Illustrated by Scoular Anderson

Learning how to split atoms, build a robot, and be a genius is simple and fun with How To… guides. Witty text and cartoon drawings teach students everything they need to know to understand some of the most exciting and complicated areas of current science.

Students will learn how to grow plants without water in order to live on Mars, how to build potentiometers to be a robot wizard, and how to make an electron propeller to be a nuclear scientist. Young readers will be well on their way to becoming science superstars with this exciting and informative series.

Series Features
• Students will learn everything they need to know to understand some of the most exciting areas of science
• Hands-on learning experience
• Sidebars
• “Quick Facts” section

This Series meets National Curriculum Standards for: Science: Earth and Space Science History and Nature of Life Science Physical Science Science and Technology Science an Inquiry Science in Personal and Social Perspectives Social Studies: Global Connections Individual Development & Identity Science, Technology, & Society

Ages
10, 11, 12, 13
Interest Level
Grades 5 - 8
Publisher
Franklin Watts
Number of Pages
98
Genre
Informational Text

About the Author and Illustrator

Barbara Taylor
Scoular Anderson

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