Make a simple refrigerator like pottery-maker Mohammed Bah Abba did that does not use electricity, or create little models of people out of ice like sculptor Néle Azevedo. This title gives readers both an
'Tell no one what I've given you.' Until he got that cryptic warning, Christopher Rowe was happy, learning how to solve complex codes and puzzles and creating powerful medicines, potions, and weapons as an apprentice to Master Blackthorn. But when a mysterious cult begins to prey on London's apothecaries, the trail of murders grows closer to Blackthorn's shop...Christopher must use every skill he's learned to discover the key to a secret with the power to tear the world apart.
In 1573, the crippled, scorned, and destitute Meggy Swann goes to London, where she meets her father, an impoverished alchemist, and eventually discovers that although her legs are bent and weak, she has many other strengths. Suggested for grade 4-8.
Through countless experiments, scientists have learned about different states of matter—solids, liquids, and gases—and what makes matter change from one state to another. Explore the fascinating discoveries scientists have made about the matter we use every day.
Five children get the chance to tour Willy Wonka's mysterious chocolate factory. [Science:changing materials, melting, chemical changes, burning, dissolving,etc. :from: Science fiction, Science Fact, 507.1 PoS 2018]
Chemical changes - University of Calgary
Chemical reactions -- How chemicals react -- Synthesis -- Decomposition -- What is oxidation? -- What is reduction? -- Precipitation -- Rates of reaction -- Reaction energy -- When fuels burn -- Plants and animals -- Reactions around us.;An introduction to how chemicals react and change.;Suggested for grades 3 to 6.