The Science Book

The Science Book Sara Stein introduces young readers to embryonic life from the outside in and helps them to seek out the invisibles what really happens when you touch taste see smell and think The New York Times

  • Title: The Science Book
  • Author: Sara Bonnett Stein
  • ISBN: 9780894801204
  • Page: 364
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sara Stein introduces young readers to embryonic life from the outside in and helps them to seek out the invisibles what really happens when you touch, taste, see, smell and think The New York Times.

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    1. This book about various aspects of science really appealed to me as a nerdy kid. Everything the cover highlights is answered inside, and more . . . and especially interesting is the section on how a human develops from a fertilized egg to a full-term baby. (I incorporated a factoid I learned in this book into my first silly novel!) There were little bite-sized pieces of science knowledge all through the book with illustrations teaching kids about complementary colors, chemical compositions, elec [...]

    2. I've owned "The Science Book" by Sara Stein for years. It was given to me as a child by a well-intentioned family friend who was probably captivated by the cartoonish cover. The book itself is full of fun pictures and diagrams. If you flip through it quickly you'll see a human foot, growing seedlings, and cute furry dogs.When I was little I read some of the book, but not all of it. I definitely didn't read pages 139-148 where it clearly and accurately describes how human beings reproduce. For a [...]

    3. The Science Book! One of those great books that appeared in my home without any apparent origin and always included some kind of cool adventure I could test out or tell someone about. This book explains why things are the way they are, with a collection of factoids about biology, physics, chemistry, geology, astronomy, and more. It's illustrated with helpful diagrams and photos, gives kids interesting stuff to test out that helps tie these theories to the practical, and it contains actually inte [...]

    4. This is a well-written science book for kids. The style is such that one can read it cover to cover, or look up concepts to review.

    5. This is one my favorite childhood books, and I probably started reading it when I was in third or fourth grade. I LOVE this book.

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