Yoder and his daughter Natalie have published their third
book on solving mysteries by using science.
sixty-five selections offer stories with a scientific bases
that lead to a practical solutions to a problem. For example,
in the first story the girls find a solution to making a cage
to keeps the dog out yet leave room for insects to enter and
pollinate the plants.
You See It,” Grace and Melissa come up with an idea
of using everyday items plus nature's own colors to do a play
on how animals use camouflage to protect themselves.
of the sixty-five mysteries can be read quickly and are presented
in a way students (ages 4-8) can understand and be entertained
as they learn.
should be in a science classroom for students of these ages
for reference and additional reading to supplement the science