The Stem Encyclopedia of Wind

The Stem Encyclopedia of Wind

Author - Gerry Bailey, Illustrator - Yuliya Somina

Illustrator - Yuliya Somina

The Stem Encyclopedia of Wind
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A curricular approach allows all the sciences to come together and build a thorough understanding of the presence of wind on our planet.

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8-10
1-2 hours
64
Bramble Kids
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 English
 9781910828632

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