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The Secret of Everyday Things (Yesterday's Classics) epub ebook

by Florence Constable Bicknell,Jean Henri Fabre

The Secret of Everyday Things (Yesterday's Classics) epub ebook

Author: Florence Constable Bicknell,Jean Henri Fabre
Category: New Age & Spirituality
Language: English
Publisher: Yesterday's Classics (September 5, 2008)
Pages: 404 pages
ISBN: 1599152525
ISBN13: 978-1599152523
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 800
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My family loves all of Jan Henri Fabre's books. It is a really cool conversation style look at everyday things. 3 people found this helpful.

My family loves all of Jan Henri Fabre's books. I read this aloud to my 5th and 6th graders as my little ones (2 and 4) play quietly, and even the little ones will pay attention and will halt their playing to ask questions as they learn how things are made or how things work. My kids are learning so much and retaining information which is what we always had problems with for our other science curriculums.

By (author) Jean Henri Fabre, Translated by Florence Constable Bicknell. Excellent as follow-on to The Story Book of Science. Numerous black and white illustrations complement the text. Suitable for ages 11 and up. show more.

Jean-Henri Fabre, Florence Constable Bicknell (Translator). Published September 5th 2008 by Yesterday's Classics (first published 1920). Jean-Henri Fabre's last home and office, the Harmas de Fabre in Provence stands today as a museum devoted to his life and works. The secret of everyday things: Informal talks with the children. The site of his birth, at St Léons, near Millau is now the site of Micropolis, a tourist attraction dedicated to popularising entomology and a museum on his life. Books by Jean-Henri Fabre

by Florence Constable Bicknell (Author), Jean-Henri Fabre (Author). My family loves all of Jan Henri Fabre's books.

by Florence Constable Bicknell (Author), Jean-Henri Fabre (Author). Although, I read this aloud, this is perfectly acceptable reading material for an older elementary student and beyond.

Fascinating conversations with Uncle Paul reveal the mysteries behind the dyeing and weaving of cloth, the lighting and heating of homes, the processing involved in bringing oil, coffee, tea, spices, and other foodstuffs to the table, and the power of water in all its manifestations. Excellent as follow-on to The Story Book ofScience.

LibriVox recording of The Secret of Everyday Things by Jean-Henri Fabre. Translated by Florence Bicknell. If you have some free time, and your voice could be used to read off some books, do us all a favor and get cracking with Librivox. Read in English by MaryAnn Spiegel.

Acoustical liberation of books in the public domain. Jean-Henri FABRE (1823 - 1915), translated by Florence BICKNELL (1880

Acoustical liberation of books in the public domain.

Florence constable bicknell

Translated from the french by. Florence constable bicknell. Yesterdays classics chapel hill, north carolina. Yesterdays Classics is the publishing arm of the Baldwin Online Childrens Literature Project which presents the complete text of hundreds of classic books for children at ww. ainlesson. ISBN-10: 1-59915-252-5 ISBN-13: 978-1-59915-252-3 Yesterdays Classics, LLC PO Box 3418 Chapel Hill, NC 27515. The things most often used by us are not seldom those of whose origin we are ignorant. What is there more convenient, more often used, than the needle and the pin?

Paperback Book, 392 pages. Description Excellent as a follow-on to "The Story Book ofScience" and "The Secret of Everyday Things" by the same author.

Paperback Book, 392 pages. Starting with a mixture of iron filings and sulphur, Uncle Paul awakens in his young nephews an eagerness to learn more about the properties of the elements. Through a series of carefully-devised experiments and conversations about the experiments, he leads the boys to an understanding of some of the basic principles of chemistry. Excellent as a follow-on to "The Story Book ofScience" and "The Secret of Everyday Things" by the same author.

Fascinating conversations with Uncle Paul reveal the mysteries behind the dyeing and weaving of cloth, the lighting and heating of homes, the processing involved in bringing oil, coffee, tea, spices, and other foodstuffs to the table, and the power of water in all its manifestations. Excellent as follow-on to The Story Book of Science. Numerous black and white illustrations complement the text. Suitable for ages 11 and up.
Reviews (4)
Ffrlel
My family loves all of Jan Henri Fabre's books. I read this aloud to my 5th and 6th graders as my little ones (2 and 4) play quietly, and even the little ones will pay attention and will halt their playing to ask questions as they learn how things are made or how things work. My kids are learning so much and retaining information which is what we always had problems with for our other science curriculums. Although, I read this aloud, this is perfectly acceptable reading material for an older elementary student and beyond. This was purchased as a science curriculum for homeschool but many times we read it just for fun. I love his style of connecting and communicating to the reader.

Vivaral
Great writing but poor printing and layout.

Gribandis
Reading this with my 8 and 9 year old daughters. It's well-written but the dated language and sentence structure can be challenging to follow for my girls at times.

Cktiell
I love this book! It's a great reprint, very nice quality.

If you are doing the Charlott mason education with your kids this is perfect. It is a really cool conversation style look at everyday things.

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