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Little kids first big book of why / Amy Shields.

Shields, Amy, (author.).
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  • 15 of 18 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Record details

  • ISBN: 9781426307935
  • ISBN: 1426307934
  • ISBN: 9781426307928
  • ISBN: 1426307926
  • Physical Description: 127 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm
  • Publisher: Washington, D.C. : National Geographic, [2011]

Content descriptions

Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Amazing me -- How things work -- Animals all around -- Wonders of the world.
Summary, etc.:
Using an interactive question-and-answer format and content grounded in a child's immediate world, "Big Book of Why?" delivers lively information, hands-on games, simple recipes, crafts, and more.
Target Audience Note:
NC 630 Lexile.
NC630L Lexile
Decoding demand: 79 (high) Semantic demand: 95 (very high) Syntactic demand: 81 (very high) Structure demand: 86 (very high) Lexile
Subject: Children's questions and answers.
Children's questions and answers > Juvenile literature.
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Amazing Me
6(28)
Why Am I Special?
8(2)
Why Are People Different Colors?
10(2)
Why Do I Have a Belly Button?
12(2)
Why Do Some People Have Twins?
14(1)
Recipe for a Family Experiment
15(1)
Why Does My Skin Wrinkle in the Tub?
16(2)
Why Does Grandma Have Wrinkles?
18(2)
Why Does the Doctor Look in My Throat?
20(1)
Listen-In Experiment
21(1)
Why Do Baby Teeth Fall Out?
22(1)
Why Do I Have to Brush My Teeth?
23(1)
Why Do I Have to Eat Vegetables?
24(1)
Why Do I Like Candy?
25(1)
Why Do I Have Curly Hair?
26(2)
Why Doesn't It Hurt to Get My Hair Cut?
28(2)
Why Do I Have to Go to Bed at Night?
30(1)
Why Do I Have Dreams and Nightmares?
31(1)
Why Not?
32(2)
How Things Work
34(32)
Why Does Water Turn to Ice?
36(1)
Why Does Popcorn Pop?
37(1)
Why Do Doughnuts and Bagels Have Holes?
38(1)
Milk Magic Experiment
39(1)
Why Do We Use a Toilet?
40(2)
Why Does Soapy Water Make Bubbles?
42(1)
Bubble-lcious Experiment
43(1)
Why Does a TV Work?
44(2)
Why Do Balloons Float?
46(1)
Why Are Some Buildings So Tall?
47(1)
Why Does an Elevator Go Up and Down?
48(2)
Why Do the Stairs Seem to Disappear on an Escalator?
50(2)
Why Is a Jungle Gym Called That?
52(2)
Why Does an Ice Rink Have a Zamboni?
54(2)
Why Are Dinosaur Bones Still Around?
56(2)
Why Can I See Myself in a Mirror?
58(1)
Why Do Some People Wear Glasses?
59(1)
Why Do Planes Fly?
60(2)
Why Do Boats Float?
62(1)
Float-a-Boat Experiment
63(1)
Why Not?
64(2)
Animals All Around
66(34)
Why Do Dogs Make Good Pets?
68(2)
Why Do Cats Hunt?
70(1)
Why Do Cats Purr?
71(1)
Why Do Worms Come Out When It Rains?
72(2)
Why Do Birds Have Beaks?
74(2)
Why Can't Fish Breathe Air?
76(2)
Why Are Some Animals Striped?
78(2)
Why are Flamingos Pink and Orange?
80(2)
Why Are Some Animals So Big, and Some So Small?
82(2)
Why Do Some Bugs Bite?
84(1)
Why Don't Spiders Stick to Their Webs?
85(1)
Why Do Some Animals Hang Upside Down?
86(2)
Why Do Owls Throw Up?
88(2)
Why Do Snakes Shed Their Skin?
90(2)
Why Do Squirrels Bury Acorns?
92(2)
Why Do Cows Make Milk?
94(1)
Why Do Bees Make Honey?
95(1)
Why Can't We Talk to Animals?
96(1)
Who's Talking Experiment
97(1)
Why Not?
98(2)
Wonders Of The World
100(24)
Why Do We See a Rainbow?
102(1)
Make-a-Rainbow Experiment
103(1)
Why Is Snow White?
104(1)
Why Is the Sky Blue?
105(1)
Why Does the Wind Blow?
106(2)
Why Does Thunder Come After Lightning?
108(2)
Why Do Seeds Grow Up?
110(1)
Seed-to-Sprout Experiment
111(1)
Why Is a Beach Made of Sand?
112(2)
Why Don't Islands Sink?
114(2)
Why Can't We Touch the Stars?
116(2)
Why Does the Moon Change Shape?
118(2)
Why Don't We Live on Other Planets?
120(2)
Why Not?
122(2)
Parent Tips 124(1)
Glossary 125(1)
Additional Resources 126(1)
Index 126


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