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Is There Life in Outer Space?
by Franklin M. Branley
Discusses some of the ideas and misconceptions about life in outer space and speculates on such life based on recent space explorations.
Ages: First-grader, Second-grader, Third-grader
Themes: Science
Types: Read Aloud, Read to Self
Lenses! Take a Closer Look
by Siegfried Aust
Words and pictures explain all about lenses, magnifying glasses, telescopes, microscopes, eyeglasses, vision, and eye care.
Ages: Second-grader, Third-grader
Themes: Nonfiction, Science
Types: Read Aloud
Microscope, The
by Maxine Kumin
Rhymed text tells about Dutch scientist Anton van Leeuwenhoek, who was known for making microscopes and viewing items in them.
Ages: Second-grader, Third-grader
Themes: Science
Types: Read Aloud, Read to Self
Nature All Year Long
by Clare Walker Leslie
Through sketches, diagrams, and many facts, the text describes different plants, animals, and landscapes throughout the year.
Ages: Second-grader, Third-grader
Themes: Nature, Science
Types: Read Aloud
Reason for a Flower, The
by Ruth Heller
Facts about all kinds of flowers and other plants and how they are produced from seeds are described in a rhymed text accompanied by large, colorful illustrations.
Ages: Second-grader, Third-grader
Themes: Nature, Science
Types: Read Aloud, Read to Self
Science Magic Series with Sound/Light/Air/Water/Magnets/Forces
by Chris Oxlade
Books in this series show how to perform magic tricks using properties of the topic (e.g., light).
Ages: Second-grader, Third-grader
Themes: Nonfiction, Science
Types: Read Aloud, Read to Self
Shadows and Reflections
by Tana Hoban
Photographs without text feature shadows and reflections of various objects, animals, and people.
Ages: Kindergartner, First-grader, Second-grader
Themes: Nature, Science
Types: Read to Self
Water Dance
by Thomas Locker
Inspiring oil paintings and a poetic text celebrate the presence of water on the earth. Includes facts about the water cycle.
Ages: Second-grader, Third-grader
Themes: Nature, Science
Types: Read Aloud, Read to Self
Water, Water Everywhere
by Mark J. Rauzon & Cynthia O. Bix
Text describes the forms water takes, how it has shaped the earth, and its importance to life.
Ages: First-grader, Second-grader, Third-grader
Themes: Nature, Nonfiction, Science
Types: Read Aloud, Read to Self
Water: What It Is, What It Does
by Judith S. Seixas
A simple introduction to water, its properties and uses. Includes some basic experiments.
Ages: Second-grader, Third-grader
Themes: Nonfiction, Science
Types: Read Aloud, Read to Self

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