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The Next Truth:

Young People Science Sept/Oct 2020

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The Next Truth; Where Science and Myth Meet
Published:
9/7/2020
Specs:
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
50 pages Perfect-bound
Category:
Science & Nature
Tags:
animals, biology, books, caterpillars, dinosaurs, dogs, education, fun, kids, Magazine, nature, parents, pets, psychology, puzzle, quiz, Research, science, young people

YES!…your personal scientific edition of Young People Science is finally here and is packed with many goofy animals, fun facts, puzzles and fascinating articles about…extinct animals, sticky animals and imaginary animals! How are we connected with our pets and why do we fear insects? Can we speak with animals? Can squids fall in love? How does a caterpillar look from the inside and…can dogs tell time?

Well, the contributors of "Young People Science" have extraordinary and amazing explanations to these questions. To find out the outcome from their incredible research findings in these intriguing topics covering the animal kingdom, you only have to ask your parents, or your teacher, to click the ‘purchase’ button and...voila, the magazine is heading your way!

We hope you will enjoy this edition of Young People Science which is created just for you, your classmates and friends. And remember, science = super duper fun!

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