Three engaging books included in the optional Chemistry Read-Aloud Book Pack expand learning and provide a fun, engaging addition to your Chemistry study.
Born in Poland while it was under oppressive Russian rule, Marie Curie overcame incredible obstacles to become the first person to win the Nobel Prize twice. Marie Curie is an enlightening look into the life of one of history’s most prominent and extraordinary scientists. (106 pages, 5.5″x8.5″)
Have you ever wondered what the earth, planets, and stars are made of? You will be taken on a journey through God’s orderly creation, where elements are clearly defined and behave in predictable ways in The Book of Elements by Erin Sprout and Isaac M. Hagenbuch, PhD. (48 pages, full-color, 11″x8.5″)
In The Story of Alice Ball by Jennifer Lerud, we learn about the incredible woman who discovered a cure for leprosy. (31 pages, full-color, 10″x7″)
These books are all published by The Good and the Beautiful Library and are designed to appeal to children in grades 5–8. Lessons will prompt students when to read these optional books, but they are not integrated with the lessons.
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