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Get Into Science: Solid, Liquid or Gas? By Jane Lacey

Get Into Science: Solid, Liquid or Gas? by Jane Lacey

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A series that provides a solid foundation for scientific knowledge

Get Into Science: Solid, Liquid or Gas? Summary

Get Into Science: Solid, Liquid or Gas? by Jane Lacey

This first science book exploring the science behind materials and matter provides a great foundation for scientific knowledge. From topics such as melting and dissolving to natural or man-made materials, the book has clear information and fun illustrations. It also has plenty of interactivity such as challenges to think about and activities to try.

Get into Science is a series of eight books for children aged 6+ that explore the science that surrounds them in their everyday world. Each page is full of things for the reader to notice, talk about and try for themselves. The simple text is accompanied by fun illustrations. Why not discover all the titles:
Light and Dark
Machines We Use
Forces Around Us
Full of Energy
Solid, Liquid or Gas?
The Five Senses
You and Your Body

About Jane Lacey

Jane Lacey was a primary school teacher for ten years before she became a full-time writer of non-fiction books for children between the ages of three and eleven. Istanbul based illustrator and designer, Senur Isik specialises in children's books and all things lovely. She studied Graphic Design at Ataturk University Faculty of Fine Arts, then worked as an illustrator for a company in Istanbul specialising in content for children's TV. Later, she worked as the Visual Art Director and Character Designer for a Theme Park in Istanbul. In 2014 she was chosen for the Pictoplasma Academy in Berlin, where she studied character design. Since 2002, she has been working with publishers around the world, illustrating children's books. She also creates little sculptures of her characters using clay and ceramics and is currently exhibiting, mainly in USA. She travels with a passion around the world, creating new characters and stories about places she's been to.

Table of Contents

  • 1: Useful materials
  • 1: Pouring
  • 1: Gas
  • 1: Water
  • 1: Water test
  • 1: Melting
  • 1: Changing shapes
  • 1: Dissolving
  • 1: Paper
  • 1: What material?
  • 1: Natural or made?
  • 1: Useful words
  • 1: Quiz
  • 1: Further information
  • 1: About this book
  • 1: Index

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Get Into Science: Solid, Liquid or Gas? by Jane Lacey
Hachette Children's Group
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