Lets read and find out books
Lets Read and Find Out Science 2 Energy Makes Things Happen : Kimberly Bradley :These are favorites at our house! Mark is extremely science-oriented and Janine seems to be following in his footsteps. He spends hours pouring over Visual Dictionaries and Wildlife Encyclopedias and watching Wonders of God's Creation and other science videos. He is really quite knowledgeable for his age. While it is no surprise that he liked these science books also, I was surprised that they were not too "simple" for him, with the availability of all those adult-level books. Much can be absorbed from these - they illustrate and explain advanced concepts at levels children can appreciate.
Books in the Lets-Read-and-Find-Out Science Stage 2 series
Explains in simple text and illustrations what is known about the force of gravity. Franklyn M. Branley was the originator of the Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science series and the author of close to popular books about scientific topics for young readers of all ages. PreSchool-Grade 3 This update of the edition remains a succinct and lively presentation of a baffling scientific phenomenon. Although Branley never defines gravity, its effect on life is clearly shown in terms easily comprehensible to its target audience. Madden's cartoon-like illustrations are specifically wedded to the scientific information presented by Branley. The main revision is in the addition of more varied and vibrant color to Madden's animated illustrations, heightening their humor and visually enhancing the verbal explanations.
The Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science Books series, originally published by Crowell, now HarperCollins , is an American children's book series designed to educate preschoolers and young elementary school students about basic science concepts. Many Let's Read and Find Out titles have either been reillustrated sometimes more than once or reissued under different titles. Some of these titles may be duplicates because of the renaming. Since the s, the series has been divided into two levels. Stage 1 books "explain simple and easily observable science concepts for preschool- and kindergarten-age children. Stage 2 books "explore more challenging concepts for children in the primary grades and include hands-on activities that children can do themselves. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.