Ear-Splitting Sounds and Other Vile Noises by Anna ClaybourneThey say that in space no one can hear you scream... and it's true! In the emptiness of space, nothing makes a noise. But on Earth... our ears are constantly pounded by sounds. Learn all about the most disgusting and dreadful aspects of sound. From flatulent whoopee cushions to glass-smashing opera singers and music-loving pigs, this book is full of yucky, painful and fascinating facts. You can get your ears tuned into some easy (and painless!) experiments, too.
Call Number: %#$ CLA
Publication Date: 2013-01-30
Energy, Sound, and Light by Peter BatchelorEnergy drives our world. When you think 'energy', what do you think of? What about sound and light? Are they forms of energy? Just what is energy, anyway?
Call Number: 531 BAT
Publication Date: 2009-02-01
Loud or Soft? High or Low?
Call Number: 534 BOO
Sound by World Book, Inc. Staff (Contribution by)"A graphic nonfiction volume that introduces sound energy. Features include several photographic pages, a glossary, additional resource list, and an index"--Provided by publisher.
Call Number: 534 MID
Publication Date: 2011-12-01
Sound and hearing
Call Number: 534 ROY
What's that sound? by John LesleyContents: What is sound? -- Types of sound -- Making music -- How to describe a sound -- Too loud! -- Technology and sound -- Ears -- Echoes -- Echolocation -- Sound in medicine -- Reverberation -- Places change sound -- Outer space -- Thunder and lightning -- Noise pollution -- Words about sound.
Call Number: 534 LES
The Ears by Lorna Hendry
Call Number: 612.8 HEN
Hear This! by Sally HewittHow do sounds reach our brains? What is a sound wave? How can we tell how far away something is by using sound? Five fun activities help children discover the answers in this lively and entertaining introduction to the sense of sound.
Call Number: 612.88 HEW
Publication Date: 2008-03-01
Hearing by Kimberley Jane Pryor
Call Number: 612.85 PRY
DK Findout: Sound
Elliot and the Surfing Scientist: Making a mobile phone disco
Have you ever wondered how sound travels?
Watch Ruben Meerman, the Surfing Scientist, as he makes a mini disco using his mobile phone to discover the answer.
Developing science. Lower primary. Book 1: developing scientific skills and knowledge by Christine MoorcroftIncludes blackline masters.
Table of contents includes:
Sorting and using materials
Light and dark
Pushes and pulls
Sound and hearing
Call Number: 507 MOO
Look! Listen! by Australian Academy of Science
Call Number: 534.071 LOO
Sounds Sensational by Australian Academy of Science
Call Number: 534.071 SOU
Sound (Big book) by Lisa Trumbauer
Call Number: 534 TRU
with separate teachers' guide
Focus on science :Light, colour and sound by Christine Moorcroft