Chemistry for Kids

Boron (elements)

Boron elements

Benchmark Books


Author: Richard Beatty

Boron by Richard Beatty is a nice children's book. The author is Richard Beatty and it was published on the 30th of September, 2005 by Benchmark Books. The library binding book talks about Boron and is viewed as ideal juvenile literature. The book has 32 pages. For the best price for this children's book besides other books, click on our affilate link.

From School Library Journal Grade 5-8-These attractive and readable series entries present the basics on their respective subjects. These titles are somewhat simpler than those in the"Elements"series (Grolier) , but are comparable in look and appeal. Jeffrey A. French, Euclid Public Library, OH Copyright 2000 Reed Business Information, Inc. g. , the Hindenburg disaster ). Critique"Books in the Elements series provide succinct, readable introductions to chemical elements, with diagrams, photographs, or reproductions of period prints. Each volume consists of sections on the element's atomic structure; where and how it happens in nature; its reactions, isotopes, and compounds; its uses and practical applications; and facts on the phenomena in which it plays a part. Good, clear diagrams help explain the ideas covered inside the texts, and full-color and black-and-white illustrations are normally interesting and informative. Each volume also includes the periodic table. Numerous sidebars give facts and trivia in regards to the elements, scientists, and related historical events (e."-- Booklist, March 1, 2000



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