Libby Loves Science
When I think of science, I think of a man in a lab coat creating chemical reactions in a lab, but that is not always the case. Libby Love Science shows us that science does not always take place in a lab but sometimes can take place in a kitchen, where one can have a chemical reaction by mixing and pouring ingredients to make pancakes. Libby wants to host a science booth at the fall festival. She uses many household items to mix and have chemical reactions to make bubbles or have a rocket take off into space for the kids to experiment with at school. Libby finds out that not all chemical reactions go as planned and sometimes they don’t work, but you can always try again. I like this book because it has instructions for easy experiments to complete at home with family and friends. My favorite experiment listed from the book is how to make your own homemade ice cream. Using salt and ice can cause a chemical reaction to freeze the milk and turn it from a solid to a liquid. Libby love Science has very fun and colorful illustrations.
|Author||Kimberly Derting and Shelli Johannes, with illustrations by Joelle Murray|
|Page Count||40 pages|
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