Water

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The Young Scientist Investigates topic book on Water was published in 1982 and gives information, illustrated by full colour photographs and drawings, about the importance of water, where it is found, the forms it can take and some of its properties. The book is intended for children aged 8-11 to read and then to answer question and carry out investigations of floating and dissolving.

Contents
Water everywhere
What we use water for
Clean water
Dirty water
Ice and steam
Clouds, rain, fog and snow
Dew and ice
Where our water comes from
Do you remember?
Things to do
Water at work
Evaporating
Wet and dry
Dissolving things
Floating and sinking
Living in dry places
Living in the water
The sea
Do you remember?
Things to do
Experiments to try
Glossary

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