See Inside Science (Usborne See Inside) Board book – 24 Nov 2006
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'Perfectly pitched for Key Stage 2, a mix of facts, humour and novelty flaps...This series is proof that the right non-fiction still sells' - The Bookseller; 'It would be impossible to praise this series too highly' - The Bookseller; 'A super collection of information books from Usborne, which really engage the reader by providing interesting information, colourful graphics and plenty of flaps with yet more information' - Parents in Touch
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The contents of this book are as follows:
In the beginning (covers the Big Bang)
Heavenly bodies (lots of information about space, stars and planets)
Life as we know it (different types of creature, DNA, food webs etc)
The smallest things (info about cells, atoms)
The secret behind everything (energy)
Mixed reactions (elements)
Putting things together (amazing contraptions)
See into the future (how scientists are trying to learn more about our world)
As with all the See Inside... books, this book has lots of lovely illustrations that often explain the subject matter quite nicely. There are over 50 flaps to lift up, with further information underneath them - my sons always love peeking under to see what else it's going to show or tell them.
There is loads of information in this book - some of it that I'd say is quite advanced. However, it's all explained in a very child-friendly and fun way and may well ignite further scientific curiousity in your child! I would imagine that it's most suitable for children from age 7 upwards, as there are quite a few tricky words and concepts in there, due to the nature of the subjects covered.
Another good book from the See Inside... guys - we'll be getting more of the series! Recommended!
The book contains pages of interesting facts designed for kids. There are plenty of little and big flaps to open that help explain and make the subject more fun. Packed with great illustrations.
An excellent addition to our bookshelf.
There are nine sections in the book: In the beginning; Heavenly bodies; Life as we know it; The smallest things, The secret behind everything; Mixed reactions; Putting things together; See into the future and What's what.
There are lots of facts to discover - some will help with homework, others will wow teachers due to the strange facts you can discover in this book.
There is much to learn from this book - although some of the information could be difficult to understand, this book explains it in a way that children will understand and I think it will also encourage further investigation - through other books or the Internet. A great book to introduce children of all ages to science!
I recommend this as a great present to give to a child who is beginning to ask How or Why? An introduction to science, in child friendly language, which will give children the insight into a subject they will hopefully want to learn more about after reading this book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Usborne always do great books. It's sturdy with lots of information and kids always love lifting the flaps to read more!Published 4 days ago by GD
excellent, as are all the usborne flap books...informative and usefulPublished 2 months ago by april
Daughter is very interested in facts, so this book keeps her engaged without lots of "chat"Published 3 months ago by Nicola Wimpory
The best children's science book i have seen - one that they can start when very young and keep learning from for years. Read morePublished 4 months ago by V S
not sure how Osbourne do this but another cracking kids bookPublished 5 months ago by supercarrambler
My 5 year old loves these books - informative and fun.. I also learned a few things!Published 6 months ago by tcmh