Coppa, F.J. & Curran, T.J. (1976).
The Immigrant Experience in America.
Boston: Twayne Publishers.
A good discussion of the experiences of an Asian immigrant in America.
Daniels, R. (1990).
Coming to America: A history of immigration and ethnicity in
American life. New York: HarperCollins Publishers.
A history of all the immigrants coming into America from 1500 to present.
Hann, J., Reader's Digest (1991).
How Science Works
. London: Dorling Kindersley Limited.
A book of physics activities including an explanation of the physics behind the activities.
Haslam, A. (1995).
Make it work! Flight
. New York: Scholastic.
An excellent guide to the exploration and demonstration activities in this unit. Activities are step by step and progress from the most basic elements of flight to fully powered flight by the end of the book.
Hoff, R. (1967).
America's Immigrant's: Adventures in eyewitness history.
New York: Henry Z. Walck, Inc.
A collection of stories from those who migrated to America during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
"How Planes Fly." HowStuffWorks (http://www.howstuffworks.com), by HowStuffWorks, Inc. 2002.
Lopez, D. (1995).
The nature company discoveries library: Flight
. Sydney: Time Life Books.
A complete look at flight. The book begins by studying animals that fly and examining how that led to human flight. Many colorful pictures.
Macaulay, D. (1998).
The new way things work.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company.
Text book style approach to covering physics concepts. Includes helpful illustrations of all the concepts.
Perrin, L. (1980).
Coming to America: Immigrants from the far east.
New York: Delacorte Press.
A close look at the history of Asian immigrants.
Tung, W.L. (1974).
The Chinese in America 1820-1973: A chronology and fact book.
New York, Oceana Publications, Inc.
A chronology of the Chinese in America from 1820 to 1973 with important documents included.
Yans-McLaughlin, V. (1990).
Immigration Reconsidered: History, sociology, and
politics. New York, Oxford University Press, Inc.
A collection of essays which challenge ethnocentric American or European perspectives on immigration.