Cityscape: Where Science and Art Meet
This is a very cool book. Cityscape shows how you can find shapes in the world all around us, in houses, buildings, clouds, and even in nature. I like this book and think it is unique because the pictures are real-life photographs of things we see every day. This is a fun picture book that inspires me when building. This book is a perfect example of S.T.E.A.M., Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. Each component is essential when building structures, one does not realize the amount of time and planning that was used to create a town, each road, sidewalk, and bridge was all planned for. As pictured, a squirrel must plan to build his home in a way that will not only keep him safe and protected from predators but also protected from the rain and other elements outside. This book is really great to use when using building blocks to help build better structures. In the back of the book, there are many questions listed for one to ponder and think about how buildings are made and how they can adapt and be built better in the future.
|Author||April Pulley Sayre|
|Page Count||40 pages|
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