How Do Refrigerators Work? by Christina Wilsdon, Debra Voege
  

How Do Refrigerators Work?

Written by Christina Wilsdon, Debra Voege
Illustrated by
Part of the Science in the Real World Series

RRP £29.95

Synopsis

How Do Refrigerators Work? by Christina Wilsdon, Debra Voege

Nearly every home has a refrigerator to keep foods tasty and safe to eat. But how does this handy kitchen appliance keep foods cool? How Do Refrigerators Work? explains the science behind the workings of a refrigerator, its history in the household, and how energy and pressure are used to keep foods cool. This science guide is colorfully illustrated to capture young readers' attention.

About the Author

Christina Wilsdon has written articles and books on science and natural history for more than two decades. She is the author of Everyday Things: An A-Z Guide.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Christina Wilsdon, Debra Voege
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Publisher

Chelsea House Publishers

Publication date

1st September 2009

ISBN

9781604134735


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