By Annie Hillerman
In easy-to-read and easy-to-do sort, Anne Hillerman offers us an excellent how-to ebook for kids a long time 6 and up. The e-book teaches the fundamental ideas of solar power whereas offering enjoyable experiments that may be performed at domestic or at school. totally illustrated, black and white line drawings, bibliography.
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