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Introduce children to the language of Biology, from Abdomen to Zooplankton.
Teach the alphabet and science while children’s brain growth is exploding! The vocabulary words have been hand-picked to cover many areas of the study of life.
This book is the perfect size for little hands. Slip this book into your bag when you’re on the go and wire brains for science!
Proud winner of the:
- 2020 Parent’s Choice Award – Non-Fiction book category
Age Range: 0-7 and children of all ages will learn from these books
Paperback Book: 60 pages; thick, glossy coated 100# paper pages
Language: English; uses dyslexic font for easier readability
Product Dimensions: .12 x 5.25 x 5.25 inches
Shipping Weight: 4oz
Our original Science ABC books were created by scientists and educators to introduce science to children in a fun and engaging way, with vibrant illustrations. Sooo much more than standard ABC books, these books:
- Teach the alphabet
- Introduce science vocabulary
- Explain the meaning of the word via short and easy definitions
- Provide extended learning with longer definitions and further detail
- Increase readability with a dyslexic-friendly font
- Are made in the USA
The target age group is 0-7. However, children of all ages will learn from these books, as they have been engineered with opportunities for multiple levels of learning.
Introduce the language of science to the children in your life during the explosive brain growth period. You’ve covered ‘apple and ‘ball’ – why not add ‘asteroid’ and ‘buoyancy’?
About the Author:
A.C. Lemonwood is the author of Jumbo Minds’ Science ABCs. She is inspired by children’s enthusiasm and curiosity, qualities that make youngsters natural scientists! In addition to having a great respect for scientific discovery and the pursuit of knowledge, she enjoys making the language and concepts of science fun and easy to understand. Science Rocks!
About the Illustrator:
David Cowles is a widely-acclaimed illustrator, caricature artist, and video director/ producer/ designer. Cowles’ work has appeared in Rolling Stone, Time, Newsweek, People, The Village Voice, Fast Company, Los Angeles Magazine, The Chicago Tribune, The New York Times, The New Republic, and Vanity Fair, among others. Cowles has produced a pilot for Playhouse Disney, several award winning videos for They Might Be Giants, as well as videos for Sesame Workshop, The Rochester Philharmonic, The Democrat and Chronicle and the award winning spot H2O Hero.