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ETO Record Number
184
Author
Dalgleish, Sharon
Title
Renewing Energy
Secondary Title (usually periodical title)
Volume (periodical)
Number (periodical)
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Call Number
TJ808 .D35 2003
333.79/4 21
Edition
Editor
ISBN
0791070182
Format
Keywords
Renewable energy sources--Juvenile literature.
Fossil fuels--Environmental aspects--Juvenile literwsture.
Renewable energy sources.
Fossil fuels.
Power resources.
Pages
32 p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm.
Location Published
Philadelphia
Publisher
Chelsea House Publishers
Date of Publication
2003
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Abstract
One of those books with a page that starts with a picture of a caveman lighting a fire, then a modern woman wielding an iron; Although the art may be odd, there are many useful facets to this book. Each page has a "Stop and Think" question and "You can do it!" tips to get readers to think about their personal energy-use. The short index belies the wealth of topics related to energy production and use in this 32-page book.
Notes
Series: Our world, our future