Guest Posted March 18, 2012 Share Posted March 18, 2012 I was looking at this book/encyclopedia on Amazon: Energy, Forces, and Motion and one of the reviews says: This is actually a fantastic book in a fantastic series of books. However, your money is better spent purchasing the Usborne Science Encyclopedia, which includes this entire book as well as the rest of the books in this series basically bound together in one volume. Does anyone know, is the volume referred to in this review this Usborne Science Encyclopedia? I can't find any that are new on Amazon and I also can't see any table of contents. Also, is this the one that SWB suggests to use? (I don't have the latest edition of WTM, only the 2nd ed.) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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