How Come? Planet Earth

How Come Planet Earth Kids never stop asking questions And Kathy Wollard whose Los Angeles Times syndicated column How come appears in newspapers around the world never stops answering them In five years since the first

  • Title: How Come? Planet Earth
  • Author: Kathy Wollard Debra Solomon
  • ISBN: 9780761112396
  • Page: 294
  • Format: Paperback
  • Kids never stop asking questions And Kathy Wollard, whose Los Angeles Times syndicated column How come appears in newspapers around the world, never stops answering them In five years since the first How Come was published, Ms Wollard has written hundreds of columns addressing the whys, whats, wheres, and hows sent in by her readers A direct follow up to the originKids never stop asking questions And Kathy Wollard, whose Los Angeles Times syndicated column How come appears in newspapers around the world, never stops answering them In five years since the first How Come was published, Ms Wollard has written hundreds of columns addressing the whys, whats, wheres, and hows sent in by her readers A direct follow up to the original How Come , How Come Planet Earth is packed with lively, engagingly written, and often wittily illustrated answers to questions that kids have about the natural world around them There are questions about animals Why are electric eels electrical the charges not only help them find their way around in the dark, but act as a defense system About human body Where does the fat go when you lose weight it s burned up inside the muscles for energy About Earth science Why are storm clouds gray they contain a lot of water, which absorbs sunlight than an ordinary cloud does, so storm clouds appear ominously dark And just about everyday stuff How do they make chewing gum Why are diamonds the hardest material on Earth Why do dogs bark For all kids who want to know and all kids want to know , and for the parents who can t always explain it to them no parents know every answer , How Come Planet Earth is the perfect reference and companion.

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    1. This is a compendium of 126 simple questions of the type that we all might ask ourselves during the course of our lives, questions like: *How come fish and dolphins don't sleep?*Why are electric eels electrical?*Why do people get goose bumps?*How come chopping onions makes you cry? It's a fun read and, of course, doesn't have to be read straight through front to back. A good resource, you can pick it up at any time, real through the table of contents and find a question or two you want to explor [...]

    2. This book has an answer for just about everything, and it is all put in layman terms. It's great for kids who are always asking questions-- even ones adults don't know. I like this book because it is easy to read and understand. I definitely recommend this book, and I will definitely have it in my classroom.

    3. great resource for parents or anyone working with children.Kids never stop asking questions. And Kathy Wollard never stops answering them

    4. Another great science exploration book. Wonderful for inquistive kids who like to know the how's and why's to everything - and even better for the parents who have to come up with the answers.

    5. A book filled with everything you ever wanted to know about the planet. It will also tell you some things you DIDN'T want to know, but that's beside the point.

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