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Parker makes science enjoyable and exciting creating a feeling of glad anticipation for the next lesson. The experiments are easy and help the children visually see the workings of this majestic creation called the human body. My students specifically enjoyed the experiment having to do with how the inner ear works.
This colorful work concisely details how individual machines and processes, from zippers and helicopters to gas pumps and mobile phones, operate. Release Date: February 1991. Publisher: Random House Children's Books. An instructive, entertaining book that will enrich science and technology study.
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A wonderfully illustrated big book that explains how things work. Published by Dempsey Parr (2000). ISBN 10: 0755000226 ISBN 13: 9780755000227.
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How Things Work by Steve Parker at AbeBooks. uk - ISBN 10: 1782097104 - ISBN 13: 9781782097105 - Miles Kelly Publishing Ltd - 2014 - Softcover. Part of a series presenting familiar subjects in a question and answer format, this book aims to help the young and enquiring mind discover the mysteries which operate examples of technological complexity such as the car, can opener, aeroplane or tree. The author, Steve Parker, has worked for the Natural History Museum, in London where he developed many of the new exhibitions for children.