How does Wi-Fi work? How does a zipper work? You've got questions and this book has all the answers. There are plenty of photos too.
Title: Big Book of How – 1001 Facts Kids Want to Know
Author: James Buckley Jr., Michael Centore, Cari Jackson
Publisher: Time Inc., Books
This guide has snakes, lizards, sharks, butterflies and how to care for a pet, but if you want to know how they move the answers are inside these pages. The Egyptian pyramids were built over 4000 years ago but it took a lot of skill and effort to accomplish these great skyscrapers. Mount Rushmore was sculpted by Gutzon Borglum in 1927 and was completed in 1941. Every year between 15,000 and 30,000 icebergs break off from glaciers in Greenland and the North Atlantic. There are six different layers of the sun. If you’d like to know how it stays hot, there is lots of information in this guide for readers to discover the answer.
This Big Book of How has been revised and updated with 500 new facts for readers to enjoy along with fantastic photos and diagrams too. Although this guide was intended for kids, adults will love it too. There are chapters covering animals, sports, buildings, science, transportation, technology and more. At the end of each chapter there are activities, one in particular shows readers how to make a balloon animal. There is also a glossary and more resources to keep readers learning and growing.
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