Scientists get dressed / by Deborah Lee Rose
Book | Persnickety Press, an imprint of WunderMill, Inc. | 2019

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1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 26 cm
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"What do scientists wear? Kids will be fascinated and surprised to learn that scientists wear not only white lab coats but helmets, jackets, boots, goggles, fins, spacesuits, waders, harnesses and gloves of all kinds. Even young children know gloves keep their hands warm--but for scientists, gloves make their work possible and safe. Volcano scientists wear cotton gloves that won't melt near burning lava. Water scientists wear insulating gloves to stay warm and dry in frozen streams. Brain surgeons wear tight, thin gloves that flex with every movement. Raptor scientists wear gloves of stuff stronger than steel, to guard themselves from an eagle's ripping talons and beak."--Amazon.
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9781943978489
1943978484
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