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Looking at Forces and Motion

How Do Things Move?

Series: Looking at Science: How Things Change

By Angela Royston

LOOKING AT FORCES AND MOTION: HOW DO THINGS MOVE? explains what forces and motion are, how they affect and change the way things move, how tools and machines change the way we use forces, and how natural forces including gravity and friction affect motion.

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Library Ed.978-0-7660-3089-3$24.94$18.70

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Reviews

"…an excellent source for teachers or students to use to get a grasp on these scientific concepts."

Book Buzz, February 2014

"There are clear explanations from the author, who gives guidance on helping children explore the questions. The format makes it easy to set up lessons that incorporate inquiry . . . The book is visually appealing to children . . . This book could be used in a science center and included in a classroom library, providing nonfiction for children to use to explore these concepts on their own. The book could also help in building a home school science connection; parents could use this book to help explain these concepts to their children."

National Science Teachers Association Recommends Web site, posted September 11, 2008

". . . this book will grab and keep student’s attention. Large and concise text make it fun and easy to read."

Southern Maine Library District, November 8, 2008

". . . fascinating book . . . Good book for a report or information on forces of motion."

Clark County School District, April 30, 2008

"This series fills a huge void in elementary science collections . . . The text is easy enough for young readers as well as lower level readers in the upper grades . . . an essential addition to all new school libraries as well as existing libraries needing a boost in collection development."

Library Media Connection, October 2008

"In this clearly written book, the physics behind force and motion are explained in simple terms."

TriState Young Adult Book Review Committee, September 2008

". . . a good research tool for 3-5 or reluctant readers in middle school."

Association of Region XI School Libraries

"A question and answer type of structure is the format of this informational text on the physical science topics of force and motion . . . Those children seeking more resources will find a list of books and websites helpful in their research."

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