- Board book: 88 pages
- Publisher: CHARLESBRIDGE CHILDREN (4 June 2019)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1632890356
- ISBN-13: 978-1632890351
- Product Dimensions: 18.1 x 6.3 x 18.4 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 1.2 Kg
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 34,454 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Irene Chanis the illustrator ofBaby Loves Quarks!andBaby Loves Aerospace Engineering!She is also an art director, designer, artist, and amateur photographer. She currently lives in Atlanta, GA. Visit Irene atwww.eneri.net.
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Baby Loves Science!
Little books about big ideas
Take your little scientist on a tour of the world around them! Fly high with the basic concepts of aerodynamics, get down to earth with the forces of gravity, think step-by-step like a coder, and celebrate the thermodynamic power of the sun with this collection of four board books.
Little readers, big thinkers
Expertly vetted for accuracy, Ruth Spiro's text introduces the foundations of scientific thinking: logical thinking, problem-solving, experimentation, and curiosity about the world. Advanced concepts are anchored firmly in the real world that Baby experiences every day. Beautiful illustrations by Irene Chan bring science to life!
- Baby Loves Aerospace Engineering!
- Baby Loves Coding!
- Baby Loves Gravity!
- Baby Loves Thermodynamics!
- Periodic table poster of the alphabet
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I won't review each one separately because there are already a lot of reviews on these individual books' listings.
We bought this set for our 9 month old after we fell in love with Baby Loves Quantum Physics (not included in this set). Even though it's early for baby to understand these concepts, the author does a great job of making them approachable for young children, and the illustrator does a wonderful job of making the books colorful and entertaining. I love that each book has babies in it - not enough children's books do. My little guy loves looking at the babies and pointing to them.
His favorite in this set is Gravity. His least favorite (at least at this age!) is Coding. I was a little disappointed because I work in IT :), but it's more because it's got a little harder words and concepts to break down than the other topics. The great news is that these books can be read for a few years. I love that these provide a foundation for STEM lifelong learning.
This set also includes a paper ABC poster. Most of the words are used in the books in some way so your little one will find them familiar. It's maybe 12x12 so it's not huge, but you could laminate it and/or throw it on the wall.
My husband has a Physics Ed degree and is a high school science teacher, and he absolutely loves these books too. He wants to take the Thermodynamics one into his class to show his students that are struggling!
Overall we love these books and this is a great set to help your baby start learning some complex concepts.
Thermodynamics is a bit incorrect because geothermal life exists.
We experimented with gravity by dropping the book on the floor. I don't recommend this because now my kids use gravity as an excuse for clumsiness or intentional destruction.