Eek!. Icky, Sticky, Gross Stuff in Your Food by Pam Rosenberg

By Pam Rosenberg

What do pizza and burgers have in universal with fried grasshoppers and duck's blood soup? looking on the place you reside on the earth, those are all favourite meals! Get the inside track on a whole lot 'Eek!'-inducing foodstuff evidence with this extraordinary publication.

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Then you turn on a reading lamp. You stop to wonder. How does electricity make the light bulb glow? It all starts at a power plant. Electricity is made at a power plant. The power plant uses energy to make electricity. Some power plants use energy from moving water. Some power plants use energy from steam. The energy is used to spin a machine. The spinning machine moves a wire through magnets. The magnets make a current of electricity flow in the wire. Now electricity is made. The current of electricity leaves the power plant.

They told him that they did find a waterway to the Pacific Ocean. But there were too many rapids. It wasn’t a safe route for boats. Now Thomas Jefferson knew a lot about the new lands west of the Mississippi River. Soon, all the land to the Pacific Coast would become part of the United States. 28 Lewis and Clark Nonfiction Reading Practice, Grade 4 • EMC 3315 • ©2003 by Evan-Moor Corp. Name ___________________________ Thomas Jefferson’s Curiosity Fill in the bubble to answer each question or complete each sentence.

Continental drift showed that about 250 million years ago, the continents were joined together. ” Then Pangaea broke up. The continents slowly drifted apart. They became the seven continents we know today. Many scientists didn’t believe Wegener. They didn’t understand how huge continents could move. ” This theory explains how continents can move. Earth’s surface is broken into about 30 giant pieces of rock called tectonic plates. The continents lie on top of the tectonic plates. These plates float on the hot, molten rock in the mantle underneath.

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