Adventures in Sound with Max Axiom Super Scientist


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Capstone 2007
Science Curriculum

Max Axiom was hiking in the wilderness one day and was struck by lightning. When he came to, he found he wanted to know as much about science as possible. He also learned that he now had super intelligence, the ability to "shrink to the size of an atom," found a lab coat that enabled him to travel through time and space and got a pair of sunglasses that gave him x-ray vision. In this book he uses his superpowers to explore the amazing scientific world of sound. How is sound produced? What are sound waves? How do dolphins use echolocation?

32 pages      978-0736878890     Ages 8-12

Recommended by:  Barb Langridge,

32 pages     978-0736878890   Ages 8-12

Recommended by:  Barb Langridge

Other titles in this series:  The Attractive Story of Magnetism; The Shocking World of Electricity; A Crash Course in Forces and Motion; The Solid Truth About States of Matter; Investigating the Scientific Method with Max Axiom; The Illuminating World of Light; Exploring Ecosystems;  The Dynamic World of Chemical Reactions; Understanding Photosynthesis; The Powerful World of Energy; The Decoding Genes; The Basics of Cell Life; The Surprising World of Bacteria; The World of Food Chains; The Explosive World of Volcanoes; The Incredible Work of Engineers; A Journey into Adaptation; The Earth-Shaking Facts About Earthquakes; The Whirlwind World of Hurricanes; Understanding Viruses; The Amazing Work of Scientists; Understanding Global Warming; Lessons in Science Safety; A Refreshing Look at Renewable Energy; Super Cool Chemical Reaction Activities; Super Cool Forces and Motion Activities; Journey Through the Digestive System;

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