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Science Lab in a Supermarket
ISBN: 9780531113356
Author: Friedhoffer, Robert
Publisher: Franklin Watts
Published: September 1998
Retail: $26.00    OUR PRICE: $3.99
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Binding Type: Library Binding
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Annotation: Science is used to process milk, to operate refrigerators, and even to create corkscrews. Join award-winning author Bob Freidhoffer as he explains the science behind items that are used in everyday life.
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Physical Information: 0.47" H x 9.28" L x 6.34" W 96 pages
Bargain Category: Upper Elementary, Science
 
Descriptions, Reviews, Etc.
Reviewed by Horn Book Guide Reviews (Horn Book Guide Reviews 1999)
Friedhoffer explains the science behind everyday items encountered in the grocery store. The match between this theme and the science is somewhat awkward, resulting in an uneven treatment of too many topics in physics, chemistry, biology, and psychology. Activities for readers are sorted into observations and experiments on simple concepts and accompanied by black-and-white sketches and explanations of results. Bib., glos., ind. Copyright 1999 Horn Book Guide Reviews
Reviewed by School Library Journal Reviews (SLJ Reviews 1998 December)
Gr 5-8-Friedhoffer presents a variety of experiments that can be conducted using products found on supermarket shelves, including fruits and vegetables, packaged foods, cleaning supplies, and dairy products. In addition, the author considers how grocery store designers use the study of human behavior to plan the location of aisles and the arrangement of products. Each experiment includes a list of materials, step-by-step procedures, and a brief discussion of results. Boxed "Observation" activities and "Challenges" are scattered throughout. Explanations are clear and thought provoking, and the writing style is lively and humorous. Some of the line drawings help clarify explanations; others are cartoonlike. Safety icons and cautions in bold print are included where needed. A conversion table for English and metric measurements appears in the appendix. A resource section includes related books and Internet sites. Readers will learn a great deal about consumerism as well as the physical science of common supermarket products.-Carolyn Angus, The Claremont Graduate School, CA Copyright 1998 School Library Journal