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Stories by Philip

Wildfire

January 1, 1998 — Philip and Phylis Morrison

The Scientific American Young Readers Book Awards

Among many hundreds received, wefound these two dozen or so children’sbooks within science the most winning.We hope our readers will choose a bookor two to enjoy with a young personthey know.

December 1, 1997 — Philip and Phylis Morrison

Illusions

September 1, 1997 — Philip and Phylis Morrison

The Scientific American Young Readers Book Awards

This year we were impressed by the topical freshness of many of the books we saw. The winners we have chosen, on display in these pages, are from a group of about 700 contenders. They will appeal to a wide variety of tastes and needs.

December 1, 1996 — Philip and Phylis Morrison

Books, December 1990

'Tis the season for science books for young readers

December 1, 1990 — Philip and Phylis Morrison

Books, December 1989

Santa Claus bags a varied collection of science books for children

December 1, 1989 — Philip and Phylis Morrison

Books, December 1988

Again the Christmas pinata is filled with science books for young readers

December 1, 1988 — Philip and Phylis Morrison

Books, December 1987

A vacation trip for young readers around the world of science

December 1, 1987 — Philip and Phylis Morrison

Books, December 1985

A Christmas wreath of new books about science for younger readers

December 1, 1985 — Philip and Phylis Morrison