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Scientists of the Month

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Our Cool Science Books of the Month:
The Science Book of Motion, by Neil Ardley (Harcourt Brace; 29 pages; $9.95; 1992). In this book, you’ll find more great experiments that you can do yourself.

Force & Motion: An Eyewitness Book, by Peter Lafferty (Dorling Kindersley Limited; 64 pages; $15.95; 1992). You’ll need an adult to help you with this one, but its packed with pictures and short articles about why things work the way they do.

Our Cool Science Websites of the Month:
http://www.pbs.org/saf/5_cool/5_cool.html Discover a whole summers worth of great science activities at this site.

http://Landau1.phys.Virginia.EDU/Education/Teaching/HowThingsWork/home.html Why? How? Bring a good science question to this site, and this scientist will give you a good answer.

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