Minerals (Science Matters Series). by Patricia Miller-Schroeder. Learn More at LibraryThing
Minerals (Science Matters Series). ISBN 9781590362501 (978-1-59036-250-1) Softcover, Weigl Educational Publishers Limited. Learn More at LibraryThing. Patricia Miller-Schroeder at LibraryThing. Results page: 1 2 NEXT.
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Part of the Earth Science Series). Discusses minerals, what their uses are, and how they are identified. Select Format: Paperback. Format: Library Binding. ISBN13: 9781605969763. Release Date: July 2010.
Science Matters is as good as they get -The Washington Post Book World. A book that even scientifically literate readers can consult. if they find their recollection of relativity or quantum mechanics getting shaky.
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Patricia Miller-Schroeder has written: 'Underwater life' - subject(s): Aquatic organisms, Juvenile literature. Minerals (Science Matters Earth Science)'. Blue whales' - subject(s): Blue whale, Whales, Juvenile literature, Endangered species. Bottlenose Dolphins (The Untamed World)'. Minerals' - subject(s): Juvenile literature, Minerals. The science of the environment' - subject(s): Environmental sciences, Juvenile literature. Gorillas (The Untamed World)'. The Science of Senses (Living Science)'. The Science of Underwater Life (Living Science)'. Japanese Macaques (The Untamed World)'. The ASPCA (International Organizations)'.
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Rocks and Minerals (A True Book). The Rock Cycle (Science Matters series). Recommended ages: Grades 3-5. This book provides basic information about rocks and minerals, the three types of rocks, the rock cycle, and common uses for rocks throughout history. These books help students begin to visualize the rock cycle, a difficult topic that is covered in more detail in the middle school years.