Chemistry (DK Eyewitness Books)
by Ann Newmark
DK Children (September 2005)
Take a look at chemistry from the first fire to the chemicals we use in today’s technology. Eyewitness books are favorites of kids everywhere for their amazing details, fascinating facts and wonderful images. A visual joy to share with kids and adults alike.
Scientific Explorer's Mind Blowing Science Kit for Young Scientists
by Scientific Explorer
A kit for exploring chemistry at home. All the tools and instructions needed to enjoy the fun of exploring chemistry. Safe and easy to do. . .volcanoes, ooze and more.
Other kits in this series include: Fizzy Foamy Science, Disgusting Science, My 1st Science Kit.
Fizz, Bubble & Flash!: Element Explorations & Atom Adventures for Hands-On Science Fun!
by Anita Brandolini PhD
Williamson Publishing Company (May 2003)
A book for beginning chemists with easy to understand text and wonderful cartoon-like drawings to entertain and educate. Simple science that is explored in hands-on activities, science fair projects, and a look at chemistry from historical discovery. Helpful for the students and teachers who want to brush up on their chemistry skills.
The Basher Science: Periodic Table
by Adrian Dingle
Kingfisher Publishing Company (May 2007)
A unique way to explore elements and the periodic table. An explanation of the elements in a cartoon-like format that profiles 64 of the earth’s elements.
What Are Atoms?
by Lisa Trumbauer
Children’s Press 2005
One of a series of Rookie Read-About Science books for early learners. A very primary look at atoms. What is Matter?, by the same author, could make a great companion book to the classroom library.
Matter: See It, Touch It, Taste It, Smell It
By Darlene R. Stille
Picture Window Books (January 2004)
See why matter matters. Take a look at solids, liquids and gases and how they change the way we live and how they affect our world. Great for primary aged children to explain the science of matter.
Mistakes That Worked
By Charlotte Jones
Doubleday Books for Young Readers (May 1, 1994)
This book investigates the many inventions of our lives that came to be by accident. Many have their roots in chemistry. Some do not, but you will enjoy the chance to find out the secrets of how these things that we take for granted became part of our lives. Penicillin, popsicles, and Coca-Cola are just a few of the unplanned inventions that were often not realized until years later.