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Science Sleuth Girls will have fun using the observation and problem-solving skills of a Science Sleuth to crack the case of the missing Girl Scout cookies. Molecules that form crystals, tiny fibers that make-up paper, non-Newtonian fluids, and ink fingerprints will never again escape girls. eyes once they grab their hand lenses and accept their mission as Science Sleuths!

 

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