016.507 (R) Science Fair Project Index. Supplement one, 1973-1980. edited by Science and Technology Division, Akron, Summit County Public Library. Metuchen, NY: Scarecrow Press, 1983. A good place to start when you are looking for an idea.
530.028 Anderson Norman D. Investigating science in the swimming pool and ocean; illus. S. Daniels. New York:McGraw-Hill, 1978. 175 p.
507.2 Biller, Joel. So you want to do a science project! New York: Arco, 1982. 154 p.
507.2 Brown, Bob. Science circus. New York: Fleet, 1960-72. 3 vols.
507.2 Conant, James B. Harvard case histories in experimental science. Cambridge:Harvard University Press, 1957. 200 p.
621.47 Hoke, John. Solar energy. Rev. ed. New York: F. Watts, 1978. 96 p.
507.(Prof.) Joseph, Alexander. Teaching high school science: a sourcebook for the physical science. Harcourt, Brace and World, 1961. 674 p.
500 Lynde, Carleton. Science experiences with ten-cent store equipment. 2d. ed. Int. Textbook, 1950. 262 p.
500.9 Nuthing William B. Basic natural history, a procedural approach to conservation, perspective, ecology. New York: Macmillan, 1972. xiii, 386 p.
507 (Prof.) Schatz, Albert. Teaching science with garbage, an interdicplinary approach to environmental education from the point of view of science, mathematics and social studies. Emmaus, PA. Rodale Press, 1971. 60 p.
507.2 Smith, Norman. How fast do your oysters grow? Investigate and discover through science projects. New York: J. Messner, 1982. 95 p.
507.2 Stepp, Ann. Setting up a science project Illus. by P. Bolian. Englewood Cliffs, NY: Prentice - Hall, 1966. 56 p.
500.2 Thurber, Walter A. Exploring physical science. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1977. viii, 485 p.
507.2 Van Deman, Barry A. Nuts and bolts: a matter of fact guide to science fair projects. Harwood Hughs, Il: Science Man Press, 1980. 62 p. This book has been most useful to a number of students. Used so much that is kept on reserve in our library.
507.2 Webster, David. How to do a science project, Ill. New York: F. Watts, 1974. 61 p.
507.6 Webster, David. More brain boosters. 1st ed. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1975. 127 p.
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