“From ____ to ____” series of readers:
From Rock to Road Shannon Zemlicka Roads are very important to help us get from place to place. How does rock become a road? 24 pgs.
From Cocoa Bean to Chocolate Robin Nelson How is chocolate made? Farmers harvest cocoa beans. After the beans are dry they are hauled to the factory. Then what happens? 24 pgs.
From Oil to Gas Shannon Zemlicka How is gas made? First workers must decide where to dig for oil. Trucks bring in huge machines. What happens next? Read this book to find out! 24 pgs.
From Wax to Crayon Robin Nelson Crayons start as clear wax. How do crayons get their color? How are they shaped? 24 pgs.
What Do You Do If Something Wants To Eat You? Steve Jenkins This book tells about many different ways animals protect themselves from their predators. Find out which animal can walk on water, which one can shoot hot chemicals at its enemy, and which one scares its attacker by sticking out its tongue! Lower grades, soft-cover, 32 pages.
Using a Microscope Nelson Focus 2B A science reader for primary/junior level; full-colour photos. This thin book teaches young children what things look like under a microscope.
The Honey Makers Gail Gibbons Did you know how a bee can tell other bees where to find nectar? Did you know how much honey a bee will make in her short life? Learn amazing facts about life of the busy bee. Preschool to lower grades. Soft-cover – 32 pgs.