I Just Keep Wondering: 121 Questions and Answers About Science & Other Stuff

Larry Scheckel
Tumblehome Learning, May 1, 2019

Here you’ll find entertaining and expansive answers to 121 questions you didn’t even know you had, such as: Why can’t you tickle yourself? Why are cooking directions different at high altitude? Why does the full moon look really big on the horizon but smaller when it’s high in the sky? Where does the light go when you turn off the switch? The answers may surprise you, and they’ll leave young readers eager for more.

About the Author

Larry Scheckel is the author of I Always Wondered About That, I Wondered About That, Too and Ask a Science Teacher. He taught physics and aerospace science for 38 years and received the Presidential Award from the State of Wisconsin six times. Scheckel has written 900 weekly columns for the Tomah Journal, many of them subsequently published in The Science Teacher and The Physics Teacher. He speaks frequently at science teacher conventions, summer workshops, and has been a Science Olympiad coach, robotics mentor, and museum presenter.

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