Synopsis: Did you ever walk through a wall? Drink a glass of blocks? Have you ever played with a lemonade doll, or put on milk for socks? This latest addition to the Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science series introduces the youngest readers to an important science concept: the differences between solids, liquids, and gases. Any child who wants to know why he can’t walk through a wall will enjoy Kathleen Zoehfeld’s simple text and Paul Meisel’s playful illustrations.
Published: August, 1998 | ISBN-13: 978-0064451635 | Suitable for 4-8 year olds
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What Is the World Made Of? is appropriate for use in the kindergarten and second grade curricula. The entire book would be a great tool to use when discussing that water occurs in three states; solid, liquid and gas (SOL K.5 a). – Open Wide, Look Inside Book Review
[Image Credit: http://blog.richmond.edu/openwidelookinside/files/2009/09/what-is-the-world-made-of.jpg ]