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Science books for kids

Science books for kids
If your kid only talks about science and is eager to learn more and more, then these books might just be what you are looking for to make him happy and more interested in science.

First, the solution to the most unbearable and irritating problem – the “but why?” This question is a world of pain for all parents and siblings. However, the book Big Questions From Little People by Gemma Elwin Harris addresses this question in various topics, such as why is the sea salty, and why can’t animals talk like us, and more. A scientific approach to a serious problem!

A book to inspire female scientists – “Women in Science: 50 Fearless Pioneers Who Changed the World, by Rachel Ignotofsky. As we know, male scientists that changed the world are well-known. On the other hand, there is not enough information about important women in this field, which just might inspire your little girls to become a scientist, too!

Does your kid love cats and space? Great! Professor Astro Cat’s Frontiers of Space by Dr Dominic Walliman focuses on a cat, the smartest cat around, ready to explore the universe. This book will tackle some of the most puzzling problems about space and explain it to kids. The author of this book is a quantum physicist, so we can be sure that he’s delivering accurate information.

There are many others great science books for kids such as Animalium by Jenny Broom or What Mr Darwin Saw by Mick Manning, however, the first three are a must-have.