I Wonder Why

This highly popular and long-running series explores the questions that young readers ask about the world around them in an unrivalled child-friendly style. The conversational format is perfect for delivering solid information in a natural, amusing and imaginative way.  

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I Wonder Why Soap Makes Bubbles
I Wonder Why Soap Makes Bubbles

I Wonder Why

Barbara Taylor

Kingfisher

This highly popular and long-running series has been revamped for a new generation of readers, with a clean, crisp redesign and colorful covers. The series explores questions that young readers...

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I Wonder Why the Sun Rises
I Wonder Why the Sun Rises

I Wonder Why

Barbara Taylor

Kingfisher

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I Wonder Why Zippers Have Teeth
I Wonder Why Zippers Have Teeth

I Wonder Why

Barbara Taylor

Kingfisher

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  • I Wonder Why The Sea is Salty

    Insatiable young oceanographers will discover amazing facts in this compendium of marine questions and answers.

  • I Wonder Why Spiders Spin Webs

    With detailed, lively answers to these and many other fascinating questions, I Wonder Why Spiders Spin webs is a perfect introduction to the world of creepy crawlies.

  • I Wonder Why Stars Twinkle

    Curious young astronomers who ask, "What are stars made of?" and "Why do astronauts float in space?" will find the answers here.

  • I Wonder Why Horses Wear Shoes

    I Wonder Why books have proven to be wonderful resources to have at hand to answer kids' everyday questions. This new addition to the series reins in a herd of questions children like to ask about one of their favorite animals, including; How high can horses jump? What kind of horses do knights ride? and Why do horses need grooming? With a stable full of clever horse facts and figures, this is a terrific way to stimulate curiosity and develop a child's reading skills.

  • I Wonder Why Penguins Can't Fly

    The latest addition in the I Wonder Why Series answers the most interesting questions about the coldest places on Earth--the Poles.

  • I Wonder Why Triceratops Had Horns

    Dinosaur fans will quickly find out why some dinosaurs ate stones in this prehistoric problem solver.

  • I Wonder Why The Wind Blows

    I Wonder Why the Wind Blows answers all sorts of tricky and fascinating questions about Planet Earth, such as "How cold is snow?," "How hot are deserts?," and "Where do rivers end?"

  • I Wonder Why I Sleep

    Favorite questions such as "Why do I get hiccups?" "What makes me sneeze?" "What is sleepwalking?" are answered in this lively look at the human body.

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