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Whose Bones Are These?

Crime-Solving Science Projects

Series: Who Dunnit? Forensic Science Experiments

By Robert Gardner

Trace evidence is often the most important evidence involved in a crime. Analyze bones and blood spatter patterns, find out if bullets came from a suspect’s gun, and more! Many experiments include ideas you can use for your science fair, using the scientific method, and each chapter ends with a crime for you to solve.

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Other books in Who Dunnit? Forensic Science Experiments

<h2><a href="../Who_Can_Solve_the_Crime/3820">Who Can Solve the Crime?: <i>Science Projects Using Detective Skills</i></a></h2>
<h2><a href="../Who_Forged_This_Document/3821">Who Forged This Document?: <i>Crime-Solving Science Projects</i></a></h2>
<h2><a href="../Whose_Fingerprints_Are_These/3823">Whose Fingerprints Are These?: <i>Crime-Solving Science Projects</i></a></h2>

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"Would make a good addition to a collection. Would be a great resource for science fair projects."

TriState Young Adult Book Review Committee, March 2010

"This useful book takes advantage of the ghoulish attraction children have for blood and gore in order to teach some of the science of forensics . . . [it] could easily be used to entertain students who have an interest in crime shows as well as reluctant readers who would enjoy the chances to actively test what they have just learned."

Children's Literature

"The websites listed are excellent . . . This book could be a resource for students for a science fair project, but should not be limited to that use because the experiments are just plain fun."

National Science Teachers Association Recommends Web site, posted May 17, 2010

"These books are more accessible for beginners . . . and contain more visuals."

School Library Journal, May 2010

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