How It Works: Science and Technology
Marshall Cavendish Corporation Staff
Marshall Cavendish, 2003 - Science - 2880 pages
Attractively bound in red and black, these slim volumes present fairly lengthy articles (generally 1 to 4 pages) explaining technology and scientific principles and phenomena in terms that young adults (grades 6-12) can understand. The alphabetically arranged entries cover more than 800 subjects ranging from the very basic to topics as sophisticate
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