K-Gr 3--Each of these approachable volumes begins with an explanation of the scientific method to get young scientists started out on the right foot. Experiments include an opening question to consider, a list of materials, safety symbols, step-by-step instructions illustrated with clear photographs, and a well-written summary. The experiments, which are outlined on one spread, are simple without being boring. For example, students can create a simple jet (Balloons), turn soap into salt (Bubbles), and make multi-colored flowers (Plants).[Page 113]. (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.