Cast, C. Vance. Where Does Pollution Come From? Barrons: 1994. A book written for young students that examines where various forms of pollution come from.
Doherty, Paul and Don Rathjen and the Exploratorium Teacher Institute. The Cool Hot Rod & Other Electrifying Experiments on Energy and Matter. This Book presents over 20 experiments exploring energy transformations and how they affect the everyday world. The experiments are miniature versions of some of the exhibits at the Exploratorium, San Francisco's famed museum of science, art, and human perception.
Gardiner, Robert. Energy Projects for Young Scientists. Franklin Watts: New York. 1987. This book gives instructions for a variety of projects and experiments related to solar, thermal, electrical, kinetic, and potential energy.
Hakim, Joy. Smithsonian Books: Washington and New York. 2005. The Story of Science: Newton at the Center. This book is an account of the evolution of scientific thinking from ancient times to the present. It is characterized as juvenile fiction but presents information in a way that is assessable to all ages and levels of readers
Harris, Elizabeth Snoke. Save the Earth Science Experiments. Lark Books: New York. 2008. This book contains a number of science fair projects from global warming to polluted water. This is a good book for students and teachers.
Inventions and Inventors vol.10 Power & Energy. Pub. Grolier Educational, Danbury, Connecticut 06816, 2000. This book is one of a series of volumes covering inventors and inventions from different areas of technology and is divided into chapters. This particular volume tells the story of Power and Energy.
Nersesian, Roy L. Energy for the 21
Century: A Comprehensive Guide to Conventional and Alternative Sources. M.E. Sharpe: New York. 2007. A comprehensive guide to conventional and alternative sources of energy.
Suzuki, David. Looking at the Environment. John Wiley& sons, Inc. New York, 1991. This book is especially written to introduce students to the earth, water, air and how they interconnect. There are numerous activities and projects suggested.
World Book's Young Scientist: Energy, Conservation, World Book, Inc. 1993. This book deals with questions from what is Energy to those of conservation; and from the dirty oceans, Chernobyl to the Green movement.
Walker, David. Energy, Plants, and Man. This book addresses the inter-relationships between energy, plants, Man and the environment.
West, Krista. Carbon Chemistry. Chelsea House Publishers 2009. This book provides a thorough exploration of a fundamental aspect of chemistry. This book provides real-life concrete examples that illustrate the practical importance of the topic. The book provides a highly readable text for young adults.