Solar Power

From the Series Compact Research: Energy and the Environment
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The Obama administration has given high priority to development of alternative energy sources. Many energy experts say that the sun's vast potential has barely begun to be tapped, and that solar power is the energy of the future. Through objective overviews, primary sources, and full-color illustrations, this title examines, Is Solar Power a Viable Energy Source? Could Solar Power Replace Fossil Fuels? Could Solar Power Help Stop Global Warming? What Is the Future of Solar Power?

Interest Level Grade 7 - Grade 12
Reading Level Grade 7
Copyright 2010
Genre Nonfiction
Publisher ReferencePoint Press
Series Compact Research: Energy and the Environment
Language English
Number of Pages 96
ISBN 9781601520746, 9781601524003B
Title Format Reinforced book, Print + Ebook
Release Date 2010-08-01
Author Peggy Parks
Dewey 333.792
 

School Library Journal

Gr 9 Up These titles pack a ton of useful research information into small packages. The organization will appeal to researchers with limited prior knowledge, as the books begin with “At a Glance” summaries and then expand to chapter-length discussions. Chapters pose questions (“How Do Biofuels Affect the Environment?”), explore the issues in a clear narrative, and conclude with sections of primary-source quotes, compact facts, and informative illustrations. Deforestation feels like the odd man out, but it clearly explains the problems with the use of wood as a fuel, and describes efforts to change that trend.

School Library Journal

Gr 9 Up–These titles pack a ton of useful research information into small packages. The organization will appeal to researchers with limited prior knowledge, as the books begin with “At a Glance” summaries and then expand to chapter-length discussions. Chapters pose questions (“How Do Biofuels Affect the Environment?”), explore the issues in a clear narrative, and conclude with sections of primary-source quotes, compact facts, and informative illustrations. Deforestation feels like the odd man out, but it clearly explains the problems with the use of wood as a fuel, and describes efforts to change that trend.

School Library Journal

Gr 9 Up–These titles pack a ton of useful research information into small packages. The organization will appeal to researchers with limited prior knowledge, as the books begin with “At a Glance” summaries and then expand to chapter-length discussions. Chapters pose questions (“How Do Biofuels Affect the Environment?”), explore the issues in a clear narrative, and conclude with sections of primary-source quotes, compact facts, and informative illustrations. Deforestation feels like the odd man out, but it clearly explains the problems with the use of wood as a fuel, and describes efforts to change that trend.

Author: Peggy Parks

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