VANCLEAVE, Janice. American, b. 1942. Genres: Physics, Sciences, Biology, Chemistry, Earth sciences, Mathematics/Statistics, Geography. Career: Writer, 1984-. Leader of science workshops for teachers and students; Bible study instructor. Publications: JANICE VanCLEAVE'S SCIENCE FOR EVERY KID SERIES: Astronomy, 1989; Biology, 1990; Chemistry, 1991; Earth Science, 1991; Math, 1991; Physics, 1991; Geography, 1993; Dinosaurs, 1994; Geometry, 1994; Human Body, 1995; Oceans, 1996; Ecology, 1996; Constellations, 1997; Food and Nutrition, 1999. JANICE Van- CLEAVE'S SPECTACULAR SCIENCE FAIR PROJECTS SERIES: Animals, 1992; Gravity, 1992; Molecules, 1992; Magnets, 1993; Earthquakes, 1993; Machines, 1993; Microscopes, 1993; Volcanoes, 1994; Electricity, 1994; Weather, 1995; Rocks and Minerals, 1996; Plants, 1997; Insects and Spiders, 1998; Solar System, 1999. THE BEST OF JANICE VanCLEAVE SERIES: 200 Gooey, Slippery, Slimy, Weird and Fun Experiments, 1993; 201 Awesome, Magical, Bizarre, & Incredible Experiments, 1994; 202 Oozing, Bubbling, Dripping & Bouncing Experiments, 1996; 203 Icy, Freezing, Frosty, Cool & Wild Experiments, 1999. A+ PROJECT SERIES: A+ Biology, 1993; A+ Chemistry, 1993; A+ Earth Science, 1999; A+ Astronomy, 2001. JANICE VanCLEAVE'S PLAY AND FIND OUT SERIES: Science, 1996; Nature, 1997; Math, 1998; Human Body, 1998; Bugs, 1999. OTHER: Janice VanCleave's Guide to the Best Science Fair Projects, 1997; Janice VanCleave's Science Experiment Sourcebook, 1997; Janice VanCleave's Science around the Year, 2000; Janice VanCleave's Teaching the Fun of Science, 2001; Guide to More of the Best Science Fair Projects, 2001.
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