Mystified? Solve It With Science Whodunit? Was it Dr. Jones, in the lab, with the beaker? Eric and Natalie Yoder may have the answer. They are authors of One Minute Mysteries: 65 Short Mysteries You Solve With Science, a new book that uses mysteries and problem solving to get kids energized about science.
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Mystified? Solve It With Science

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Mystified? Solve It With Science

Mystified? Solve It With Science

Mystified? Solve It With Science

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Whodunit? Was it Dr. Jones, in the lab, with the beaker? Eric and Natalie Yoder may have the answer. They are authors of One Minute Mysteries: 65 Short Mysteries You Solve With Science, a new book that uses mysteries and problem solving to get kids energized about science.