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by Debra Solomon,Kathy Wollard

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  • ISBN 0761144293
  • ISBN13 978-0761144298
  • Language English
  • Author Debra Solomon,Kathy Wollard
  • Publisher Workman Publishing Company (December 26, 2007)
  • Pages 292
  • Formats lrf mbr txt lrf
  • Category Teenagers
  • Subcategory Hobbies and Games
  • Size ePub 1857 kb
  • Size Fb2 1395 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 179

Maybe the first "How come?" question is "How come these books do so well?" And the answer is in how they satiate every boy and girl's insatiable curiosity about the world around them. Crack science writer Kathy Wollard answers those sneakily simple questions that ambush even the most erudite moms and dads. Like: "Why do apples turn brown when cut?" Or "Why do we get dizzy from spinning around on the playground?" Or "How can a fly walk up the kitchen wall?" The 125 questions are all derived from the experiences central to a kid's world—stuff that happens at home, in the backyard, at school, on vacation. There are the inevitable insect questions—"Why do bees die after they sting someone?" (the honeybee's stinger is barbed, and can't detach from the bee without pulling out its venom sac, a fatal injury). Food questions—"Is a tomato a fruit or a vegetable?" (a fruit, in fact a berry). Science questions—"We used dry ice in our school play to make fog. How does it do that?" (Unlike water, carbon dioxide goes straight from gas to solid and back—when frozen as dry ice, it "melts" into fog.) And the classic: "Why can't we tickle ourselves?" (Tickling depends on the element of surprise—and the brain can't surprise itself.)

Kathy Wollard is a science journalist and the author of the bestselling How Come? Every Kid’s Science Questions Explained.

Ships from and sold by BOOK- LAND. Kathy Wollard is a science journalist and the author of the bestselling How Come? Every Kid’s Science Questions Explained. Her work has appeared in Newsday, Scholastic, Popular Science, and Family Fun magazines.

How Come? In the Neighborhood. Kathy Wollard and Debra Solomon have put together a wonderful book of science questions commonly asked by students (K-12) and practical approaches to answering them

How Come? In the Neighborhood. Kathy Wollard and Debra Solomon have put together a wonderful book of science questions commonly asked by students (K-12) and practical approaches to answering them. Entertainingly illustrated and a joy for any teacher to use. This is just one of many of their publications and as a former public school science teacher I highly recommend it.

Fact-filled, fun-filled, as interesting to parents as it is to kids, the. Planet Earth; and How Come? In the Neighborhood-have been revised, updated, freshly illustrated in full color, supplemented with twent Fact-filled, fun-filled, as interesting to parents as it is to kids, the How Come? series is the trusted source for lively, clear answers to kids’ science queries.

Maybe the first "How come?" question is "How come these books do so well?" And the answer is in how they satiate every boy and girl's insatiable curiosity about the world around them. Crack science writer Kathy Wollard answers those sneakily simple questions that ambush even the most erudite moms and dads.

Maybe the first How come? question is How come these books do so well? And the answer is in how they satiate . Like the very best cartoons, Debra Solomon's off-beat humorous illustrations will appeal to children and adults.

Maybe the first How come? question is How come these books do so well? And the answer is in how they satiate every boy and girl's insatiable curiosity about th. . Sure, I studied physics and biology, but who remembers all that stuff? My 9-year-old has lots of questions about the real world and now I have the answers.

How Come?: Every Kid's Science Questions Explained. by Kathy Wollard and Debra Solomon

How Come?: Every Kid's Science Questions Explained. by Kathy Wollard and Debra Solomon. Planet Earth; and How Come? In the Neighborhood-have been revised, updated, freshly illustrated in full color, supplemented with twenty completely new questions, and combined into one bigger, better volume. How Come? explains, in fascinating detail, more than 200 mysteries and phenomena in the world around us. These are the questions that pique kids’ curiosity-and stump parents. When it rains, does running (rather than walking) to the nearest shelter really keep you any drier?

500 22. Personal Name: Wollard, Kathy. Publication, Distribution, et. New York Summary, et. 134 new questions and answers about the everyday world. Personal Name: Solomon, Debra.

500 22. Rubrics: Science Miscellanea Juvenile literature Questions and answers.

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In the Neighborhood}, author {Kathy Wollard and Debra A Solomon}, year {2007} . The 125 questions are all derived from the experiences central to a kid's world - stuff that happens at home, in the garden, at school, on holiday

In the Neighborhood}, author {Kathy Wollard and Debra A Solomon}, year {2007} . The 125 questions are all derived from the experiences central to a kid's world - stuff that happens at home, in the garden, at school, on holiday. There are the inevitable insect questions - "Why do bees die after they sting someone?" (the honeybee's stinger is barbed, and can't detach from the bee without pulling out its venom sac, a fatal injury). Food questions - "Is a tomato a fruit or a vegetable?" (a fruit, in fact a berry). Science questions - "We used dry ice in our school play to make.

Author: Kathy Wollard, Debra Solomon ISBN 10: 1563053241. Will be clean, not soiled or stained. Books will be free of page markings. How Come? by Kathy Wollard (Paperback, 1995). Pre-owned: lowest price.

Talk about How Come? In the Neighborhood


Dangerous
I am a teacher and the articles are about things that kids wonder about all the time! They articles are short enough to use in a single class period, but still are thought-provoking and informative, while being written at a school-age reading level. Bravo!!
Zorve
Perfect book to inspire young minds
Kigul
This book has all the answers to their 5 year old "Why" questions. Good reading as you discover things on walks or in your backyard.
Highly recommend it. I even bought a set for my third grade classroom.
Rindyt
Excellent presentation by Kathy Wollard of some comonly asked questions by young scientists.
Gregory Tobkes
East Meadow,
Retired Science Teacher
Lavivan
Grandson loves this book.
Yozshunris
This book has questions that I have thought of before, but never really went on to answer them. All of the answers to the questions (which are questions that people might ask everyday) are written in an interesting way that never drag on, and always keep on the readers on their toes.
Explanations and answers are clear, without a single misplaced word. Along with the funny pictures on each page, this book is very useful to have around.
greed style
I love this down-to-earth addition to the How Come? series. Kathy Wollard answers my son's questions and corrects all my misconceptions. Like the very best cartoons, Debra Solomon's off-beat humorous illustrations will appeal to children and adults. Sure, I studied physics and biology, but who remembers all that stuff? My 9-year-old has lots of questions about the real world and now I have the answers. Buy it!!!
My daughters are 9 and 4 and they love this book. This is a great way to learn about science, nature, everything! They are constantly asking me questions just like these in the book - I am so glad we have this! If you have children this is a must-have! I really enjoy the style of writing and the kids love the illustrations. Its easy to read and understand. I am also looking to purchase How Come? Planet Earth.