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Kids about Light:
Publication Date: 2016-08-01
Simple text and bright photographs explain the concept of light for beginning readers. The book concludes with a simple, kid-friendly activity.
All about Light by
Publication Date: 2016-02-01
This series introduces simple science topics using everyday objects and situations that readers can recognize in the world around them. This title looks at light: what it does, where it comes from, what materials it can pass through, shadows, reflection.
Publication Date: 2015-01-19
This book explores the concept of light, and why living things - i.e., animals, humans and plants - need it.
Sources of Light by
Publication Date: 2016-01-02
This book looks at the different places light comes from, including natural and artificial sources. - Discover the difference between a light source and a reflective object and how you can tell which is which. - Look at our largest and most important light source - the Sun - and what happens when you take sunlight away. - Explore light technology by finding out how we use lasers and fiber optics. And much more!
The Simple Science of Light by
Publication Date: 2018-08-01
Sunlight and moonlight, reflections and rainbows. Light is everywhere you look. But where does it come from? How does it make shadows? Readers will learn the answers to these questions and more through easy-to-read text and vivid photographs. An experiment rounds out the book and provides a hands-on learning experience to encourage deeper understanding. Meets Next Generation Science Standards.
What Is Light? by
Publication Date: 2019-01-01
We can see light. We know it makes plants grow. Light pours from the sun and from glowing light bulbs. But we can't touch it, or hold it. What is light? Learn about this science basic, and then get hands-on with an experiment that will light up the classroom.
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