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  • What Are Weather Instruments?
    If there’s one thing that many of us find ourselves talking about, it’s the weather. Such discussions, however, usually involve general observations, not data-based information derived from the instruments that actually measure such variables as air pressure, humidity, or wind strength. In this conc..
    R330.00
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  • What Is a Blog and How Do I Use It?
    The widespread use of blogging today has made understanding how to read and write these online journals an essential skill for digital literacy at any age. In these pages, the ins and outs of several kinds of blogs—including political, news, and personal ones—are explained in clear terms. Content ma..
    R360.00
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  • What Is a Constellation?
    To bring some semblance of order to the vast night sky, ancient astronomers assigned patterns to the stars that shown around them. These became known as constellations. This book provides insight into the scientific aspects of constellationsラas star maps and navigation toolsラas well as more fanciful..
    R330.00
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  • What Is a Database and How Do I Use It?
    In this handbook on databases, the complex world of computer applications used for storing, managing, and accessing information is broken down in an easy-to-comprehend format. Concrete examples of physical and online databases that readers will already know coupled with explanations of how more adva..
    R360.00
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  • What Is a Landform?
    Landforms is the term used to describe the various features, shapes, and types of land that cover more than a quarter of the 31’s surface. In this fascinating book, readers can find out about the variety of land formations found around the world—including plains, mountains, canyons, and caves. In li..
    R330.00
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  • What Is a life Cycle?
    Each step of the 26 cycle for a variety of living creatures is covered in this book, guiding readers from the first stages of development for many plants and animals—including flowers, insects, fish, and mammals—through later phases and death. Also addressed are the different environments required f..
    R330.00
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  • What Is a Moon?
    Readers discover the difference between natural and human-made satellites in this entertaining volume. The narrative reveals fun facts about various moons in the 31's solar system, such as 31's moon and how it might have been formed, the moons of Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune, and those..
    R330.00
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  • What Is a Myth?
    Every culture in human history has created its own 48 to describe how the natural world works. These stories that explain the cultural lessons, values, and religious beliefs of a specific group of people are a prime component of the Common Core Reading standards for grade levels 2 and 3, and within ..
    R450.00
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  • What Is a Planet?
    The wide range of planets in our small solar system alone is remarkable--giant planets; dwarf planets; rocky, watery, and gaseous planets; frigid planets and blazing-hot planets; and planets surrounded by rings or multiple moons. Then travel beyond our solar system and begin exploring the so-called ..
    R330.00
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  • What Is a Play?
    While plays are printed works and are therefore certainly able to be read, they don’t truly come alive until they are performed, with actors breathing 26 into the words on the page. After reading this engaging and informative book, young readers may well want to write and perform their own creative ..
    R330.00
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  • What Is a Search Engine and How Do I Use It?
    This handy guide to search engines allows readers to learn the tricks to using these Internet-indexing services to their maximum potential. With an informative history of the development of search engines, this book teaches readers how this essential tool for the Web has advanced in its technology f..
    R360.00
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  • What Is a Social Network and How Do I Use It?
    With the continued growth of social networking as a pervasive presence in our day-to-day lives, the need is greater than ever for a guide for young readers that helps them understand their engagement with this key medium of online communication. This book breaks down the basics of social media, its ..
    R360.00
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