Children's Literature

"Energy Makes Things Happen." By Kimberly Brubaker Bradley, illustrated by Paul Meisel. HarperCollins Publishers: New York, 2003. ISBN 0-06-028909-0.

"Why Doesn't the Earth Fall Up? And Other Not Such Dumb Questions About Motion." By Vicki Cobb, illustrated by Ted Enik. Lodestar Books: New York, 1990.

"Why Doesn't the Sun Burn Out? And Other Not Such Dumb Questions About Energy." By Vicki Cobb, illustrated by Ted Enik. Lodestar Books: New York, 1988.

"How Things Move." By Don L. Curry. Yellow Umbrella Books: Mankato, 2001. ISBN 0-7368-0724-1.  

"Making Things Float and Sink With Easy-to-Make Scientific Projects." By Gary Gibson, illustrated by Tony Kenyon. Copper Beech Books: Brookfield, 1995. ISBN 1-56294-617-X.

"The Magic School Bus Plays Ball: A Book About Forces." By Nancy Krulik, illustrated by Art Ruiz. Book adaptation of an episode of the animated TV series The Magic School Bus, based on the series by Joanna Cole and Bruce Degan. Scholastic, Inc.: New York, 1997. ISBN 0-590-92240-8. 

"Around and Around." By Patricia J. Murphey. Children's Press: New York, 2002. ISBN 0-516-26863-5. 

"Push and Pull." By Patricia J. Murphey. Children's Press: New York, 2002. ISBN 0-516-26864-3.

"Science Magic With Forces." By Chris Oxlade. Aladdin Books Ltd.: London, 1994. 

"Forces and Motion." By Simon de Pinna, photography by Chris Fairclough. Raintree Steck-Vaughn Publishers: Austin, 1998. ISBN 0-8172-4962-1.  

"The Usborne Internet-Linked Library of Science: Energy, Forces & Motion." By Alastair Smith and Corrine Henderson. Usborne Publishing: London, 2001. 

"Forces." By Robert Snedden. Reed Educational and Professional Publishing: Chicago, 1999. ISBN 1-57572-869-9. 

"The Usborne Illustrated Encyclopedia: Science and Technology." Usborne Publishing: London, 1996.  

"Forces and Energy." By Alan Ward. Franklin Watts: New York, 1992. ISBN 0-531-14132-2.