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Stranded on an island : can science save your life? —Bailey, Gerry, 1945- author.

After a freak wave maroons Joe on a deserted island, he investigates the food chain of the island's ecosystem. He learns to gather food and build shelter, copying other living things and using whatever materials he can f...

Trapped on the rock : can science save your life? —Bailey, Gerry, 1945- author.

Separated from his science team on a mountain after a landslide, Joe is in no hurry to get back. The slide has carried a wealth of fossils with it for him to study! Joe examines these and the mountain terrain to learn ho...

Dry in the desert : can science save your life? —Bailey, Gerry, 1945- author.

Will Joe be able to survive in the hot, scorching desert? In this exciting survival story, readers journey along with Joe as he searches for water and runs into a desert tribe.

Stone age science : buildings and structures —Law, Felicia, author.

"Leo teaches his cat Pallas all about buildings and structures by applying his knowledge of science to their stone age world. Engaging illustrations and stories provide a fun introduction to science concepts, including r...

Winding around : the screw —Bailey, Gerry, 1945- author.

"Winding Around explores the benefits and uses of the screw. RobbO and RobbEE learn how to hold materials together using a screw, and how to use it to lift up loads and raise water."-- Provided by publisher.

Simple machines —Way, Steve.

An introduction to simple machines we use every day.

Stone age Geometry : CIRCLES

Leo teaches Pallas about CIRCLES and finds some really inventive ways to put this great rolling tool to work. Hiss useful projects also help explain other shapes, too, such as half circles and even smaller parts.

Pressing down : the lever —Bailey, Gerry, 1945- author.

"Pressing Down explores the benefits and uses of the lever. RobbO and RobbEE learn how a lever can be formed in three different ways to do different kinds of work--lift and lower, separate, and open."-- Provided by publi...

Splitting apart : the wedge —Bailey, Gerry, 1945- author.

"Splitting Apart explores the benefits and uses of the wedge. RobbO and RobbEE need to build a wedge-shaped machine to move the snow piled outside their workshop. They find lots of other uses for a wedge, too."-- Provide...

Working things out.

Read about different people and what they invented and then try your hand at being an inventor. Highlights ten inventions that arose in response to a problem.

Stone age Geometry : CUBES

Leo shows Pallas how amazingly useful CUBES are in the world. His inventive projects unfold the features of the cube, highlighting its six square faces, equal-sized edges, and right angles.

Cubes —Bailey, Gerry, 1945- author.

Leo teaches his cat Pallas all about cubes by applying his knowledge of geometry to their Stone Age world. Funny illustrations and stories provide a humorous introduction to math concepts. Information boxes accompany eac...

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