Little Kids First BIG Book of Science from National Geographic Kids
This Little Kids First BIG Book of Science from National Geographic Kids has 5 chapters. Starting with What Is Science, Life Science, Earth and Space, Physical Science, and ending with Great Inventions. Each chapter is broken down into smaller sections, from 4 – 17, that will make it more manageable by our little ones. It has 128 pages and is hard covered. Great for kids age 4 – 8 years old. The 8 year old should be able to read this without much trouble. This is an interesting book to perk their interest in science. You never know you could have a Scientist in your home.
This lively introduction to the fascinating world of science explores the different kinds of science, what scientists do, and the amazing things that scientists study: animals and plants; oceans and space; earthquakes and volcanoes; sound and light; inventions and more!
Make sure kids’ first experience of the wonders of science is a thrilling eye-opener with this fun reference book. Fun activities, games, and simple experiments encourage interactive learning, showing kids that anyone can use scientific observation and experimentation to be a scientist and discover new things. With bright images and age-appropriate text, this book inspires kids to be curious, ask questions, and explore the world around them and maybe even grow up to be a scientist one day, too! Topics include astronomy, botany, paleontology, malacology (that’s the science of clams, snails, and other animals with shells!), zoology, and more.
About the Author
KATHLEEN WEIDNER ZOEHFELD is the award-winning author of more than 70 books for children, including What Lives in a Shell?, an NSTA/CBC Outstanding Science Trade Book for Children and winner of the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s Best Children’s Book award; What Is the World Made Of?, a Children’s Book of the Month Club Main Selection; What’s Alive?, also named an AAAS Best Children’s Book; Dinosaur Tracks, “a great choice for even the most discriminating dinophiles” (School Library Journal); Dinosaurs Big and Small, winner of the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Best Book Award; Dinosaur Parents, Dinosaur Young, an ALA Notable Book; and Secrets of the Garden, “a wonderfully informative and enjoyable journey through one family’s backyard garden, from spring planting to fall harvest” (Kirkus).
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