The Magic Block – What magical quantities does this “magic block” have? It seems to stick to some types of things and not others? Why or how can this be?
In this STEM book for early readers we find out about a magic magnetic block, with an explanation at the end on properties of magnets.
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Author: Lavina Mahbubani, Illustrator: Rohit Karandadi
Text and Images from The Magic Block – STEM for early readers
Rinky loves her elder brother’s handwriting.
He writes with a very special shiny ink pen.
One day, when Bhaiya is not at home, Rinky looks for his pen.
She slides open his drawer.
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