Книга: Royston Angela «Magnetic and Nonmagnetic»

Magnetic and Nonmagnetic

Серия: "My World of Science"

This series introduces simple science topics using everyday situations and objects that readers can recognize in the world around them. Activities and questions are presented to encourage active thinking about concepts. Captions and labels support the presentation of key ideas.

Издательство: "Ingram" (2008)

ISBN: 978-1-432-91469-1

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