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1966 A Book of Real Science Children's Educational Book by Mae Freeman Vintage 1960s

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Questions answered in this book (or Chapter Titles, whichever you prefer):

What is everything made of?
What are the smallest things in the world?
What is electricity?
What makes things hot or cold?
Where does light come from?
How are sounds made?
What keeps you from floating off the Earth?
What makes jets and rockets go?
What is it like in outer space?

Have you ever wondered these thoughts to yourself? Well, here are the answers! Nicely illustrated in a dichromatic colourway (orange and black), this book guides you to the answers! Impress your friends with your new knowledge!

Book is a vintage Scholastic paperback. It was published in 1966, has no torn pages but has some bends on the front cover (see first picture.) It measures 6" wide by 8" tall (15 cm wide by 21 cm tall)


5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed by Seth Dotson
5 out of 5 stars
Dec 12, 2017
This book is awesome. My wife loves it and she won't put it down. The colors are perfect and the book came in excellent condition. Would buy from again.
1963 French Chemistry Book for Juniors Hardcover


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