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Lawrence F. Lowery

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Lawrence F. Lowery

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    Lawrence Lowery taught in the Oakland, CA, public schools before becoming a professor of science education at the University of California, Berkeley. He has more than 40 years' experience creating science activities and programs, developing curricula, and writing articles and books, including the NSTA Press publication The Everyday Science Sourcebook and the I Wonder Why series.
    1st October 2012

    How Tall was Milton?

    In this funny fairy tale, it takes a village to figure out the height of Milton the friendly giant. The townspeople's at... More

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    1st October 2012

    How Does a Plant Grow?

    Children don't have to be botanists-in-training to discover the message of this book: "All plants are interesting. Even ... More

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    1st October 2012

    What Makes Different Sounds?

    On their walk home from school, twins Jane and Jim explore why sounds can be startling (like sirens), soothing (like mus... More

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    1st October 2012

    What Does an Animal Eat?

    Kids who want to know all about animals will find this book fascinating. What Does an Animal Eat? offers insights in... More

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    1st October 2012

    What Can an Animal Do?

    This lively book proves that an animal can do all kinds of things! It encourages children to notice the characteristics ... More

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    30th September 2015

    Tommy's Turtle

    Tommy's Turtle offers subtle lessons in both pet care and the importance of close observation. Tommy learns what his tur... More

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    1st August 2013

    Environments of Our Earth

    Take a world tour between the covers of a book! Environments of Our Earth guides children through six types of regio... More

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    1st July 2013

    Spenser and the Rocks

    As he begins to discover the interesting rocks all around him, Spenser has many questions about what he finds. Given the... More

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    1st July 2013

    Up, Up in a Balloon

    Young scientists will get both inspiration and giggles from this humorous but true tale of early experiments with flying... More

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    1st July 2013

    How Does the Wind Blow?

    Wind is invisible, but watchful students can see how air in motion be detected by movement around them. This simple book... More

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