What Are the States of Matter?
The Facts on Matter
Why does matter even matter? Matter takes up space and can be broken down into of one of three main states: solids, liquids, or gases. Readers learn how to determine which state of matter an object is in, how that state can change, and how these different forces work together to help us in our daily lives. For example, water can be turned into ice to cool our drinks and air can be pumped into tires so we can ride a bike. This book entertains and educates with real-world examples, fun facts, and engaging images.