Fifty-seven excerpts from non-fiction books in the physical, biological, and social sciences. Includes a discussion of the use of these books and an annotated bibliography of other selected books for children and young people.A scientist suggests the importance of this understanding in his review of a book that aquot;presents a lot of tentative ideas as ... 14) He poses problems in the right way , as questions, and suggests rather than supplies the answers. ... In Paul Showersa#39; How You Talk, for example, children are led to discover how talking requires use of lungs, larynx, mouth, ... 15 studies for the development of the childa#39;s proper relations to TIME FOR DISCOVERY 263 EVALUATING INFORMATIONAL BOOKS.
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