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Temperature: Heating Up and Cooling Down
Temperature: Heating Up and Cooling Down
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Temperature: Heating Up and Cooling Down

A temperature can be hot or cold, and can be measured by a thermometer. Use Fahrenheit or Celsius to take the temperature of items.

PublisherPicture Window Books
Age Level5-10 Years
Reading LevelGrades K-4
Trim Size10 x 10
Page Count24



Science & Children (NSTA Recommends)

"Temperature: Heating Up and Cooling Down examines the difference between heat and temperature and describes sources of heat energy. The text includes questions, examples, and explanations. Illustrations reinforce a good foundation of content. The main text of the book is written and illustrated for lower elementary children, with large type and fanciful, computer-generated illustrations. “Fun Facts” throughout the book are printed in a smaller type and have a Flesch-Kincaid level of about grade 5, so primary students will need an adult’s support to get the most out of them. Adult help will also be needed for the activity and supporting content material at the back of each book. Structural elements like a glossary and index will help many readers to stretch toward the more challenging parts of the text. Each book also has a special coded password to a “Fact Hound” website and suggestions for library reading." - Science & Children (NSTA Recommends)

July 29, 2005

Darlene R. Stille

Darlene R. Stille

Darlene R. Stille is a science writer and author of more than 80 books for young people. When she was in high school, she fell in love with science. While attending the University of Illinois, she discovered that she also loved writing. She was fortunate enough to find a career as an editor and writer that allowed her to combine both of her interests. Darlene lives and writes in Michigan.

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