This Book Thinks You’re a Scientist: Experiment, Imagine, Create
This Book Thinks You’re a Scientist: Experiment, Imagine, Create is a cool book about some interesting experiments. This book includes the sections “Learn to Look,” “Forces and Motion,” “Mathematics,” “Earth and Space,” “Light,” “Matter,” “Sound,” and “Electricity and Magnetism,” and this book thinks it’s a laboratory. In “Learn to Look,” you learn how to look at the world around you. Next, “Forces and Motion” will teach you about gravity and friction and that most forces have two parts: push and pull. “Mathematics” has fractal patterns, tessellations, and the Four-Color Theorem. It also has Farmer John, the fox, the chicken, and the corn! “Earth and Space” teaches you about constellations, the Earth, the Moon, and astronauts. “Light” gives you information about color, your eyes’ color cells, and the mirror. It also has an obstacle course for light. “Matter” has information about carbon dioxide, chromatography, and solids, liquids, and gasses. “Sound” has the eardrum, low and high pitch, and design-your-own-instrument. “Electricity and Magnetism” is all about static power and how cereals have iron and make you cool. Now this book thinks it’s a laboratory and is a combination of all of the things we have learned, including tessellations, the Earth and the Moon, shadow pop-outs, matter, sound, and static energy. So if you read this book, I am sure you’ll like it.
|Author||Science Museum, London; Illustrated by Harriet Russell|
|Page Count||96 pages|
|Publisher||Thames & Hudson|
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