The science and math of toys are topics of new books from Schottenbauer Publishing. Presenting data from real experiments collected by the science writer and publisher M. Schottenbauer, Ph.D., these books bring the "high tech" end of play to audiences everywhere!

In these books, students can enjoy learning about the physics of favorite toys for youth and children, including blocks, dominoes, marbles, balls, and more! Several series of science books feature graphs and data, illustrating common mathematical functions, plus a variety of concepts from physics. The science books can be integrated into classes such as math, physical science, physics, and physical education, anywhere from 7th grade through high school, as well as some introductory college and university classes.

Books include the following:

- Sports
- Balls, Gymnastics, Ice Skating, Hockey, Ballet & more!

- Transportation Toys
- Toy Cars, Trains, Boats, Planes, & more!

- Construction Toys
- Balsa Wood Construction & more!

- Music Toys
- Recorders, Band & Orchestra, Guitar, & more!

- Entertainment Toys
- Toys, Blocks, Dominoes, Marbles, & more!

- General Physics Toys
- Marbles, Spinning Tops, & more!
- Electric Sets, Magnets, & more!

**Anthologies of 28 Graphs**
- The Science of Play
- The Science of Ball Sports

The same publisher offers similar books on additional popular topics, including sports, transportation, construction, environment, music, entertainment, and general physics. All of these book series are available in several formats and languages, including the following:

*Geometry Workbooks*
- Print & E-Book Editions
- Available in English & German
- Olympics Books Available in 15 Languages
- Ballet Book Available in 3 Languages (English, German, & Chinese)

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