Howtoons: The Possibilities are Endless!

by Saul Griffith, Joost Bonsen, and Nick Dragotta. Berkeley, CA: Image Comics, 2007

Science through the expertise of siblings Tucker (Tuck) and Celine who conquer summer boredom with fifteen build-it-yourself science and engineering projects.

It can be used in science for: science as inquiry; physical science; science and technology; science in personal and social perspectives; and history and the nature of science.

Grades 3-10

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