• National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of How
  • National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of How
ISBN: 1426323301
EAN13: 9781426323300
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 8, 2016
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 0.5" H x 10.15" L x 10.12" W
Weight: 1.74 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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This charming reference book takes a closer look at the things that surround kids every day and how they work--from cars to vacuum cleaners, animal bodies to humans. More than 100 colorful photos are paired with age-appropriate text featuring answers to questions like How do chameleons change color? How do refrigerators stay cold? and How does my body heal? This book inspires kids to be curious, ask questions, and explore the world around them.

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5
   Awesome . Would buy for all my Friends with Kids
Really good book, great pictures, and great questions. It's one of those books you sit and read with your child or pick it up open-mindedly and learn something new everyday!
 
5
   Great Purchase
I have received many, many, many compliments on the books and the accompanying toys. Several are listed as being in stock. There are so many interesting and useful links in this book, Rowling said. I have them at my house to read to my grandsons when they visit, but I have had adults just sit and read them! It has also become a tradition for me to have a few for my father to have at his house when the great-grandchildren are there. McCartney has also said that he's partial to the foam horns.
 
5
   Lots of great photos and interesting facts
We're huge fans of the entire series. Such a great way to pique children's curiosity, Mr. Dhaliwal said. Please keep these coming!
 
3
   A Bizarre Compilation
Bought the book after seeing it on television and hearing about it from friends. But the choice of topics is bizarre, ranging from animals to How does insulation work? No wonder Dr. Abraham Lincoln called the book "the great American reference".
 
2
   Ok
The book is priced at $59.95 and comes with low quality images. The book is not very clear and hard to read, especially for the kids. I hope the content could be described in a more robust manner, Libowitz said.
 
5
   Perfect for the kids who ask 10,000 questions
We received the ocean book as a present, and my son LOVED it. He's a big believer in knowing how things work and why things do the things that they do. This helped a lot of questions, and was very easy for him to understand, Mr. Dhaliwal said. We read a few pages every night, and we've enjoyed it so much we've gifted it to a few friends as well.
 
5
   Very useful for the kids
I bought this to give to one of the relatives' kid and he really liked it. I looked at the book before giving and it is very informative, said Dr. Goin. I am planning to buy again to give to another kid whose birthday is coming in a couple of months. Thanks for the donation.
 
1
   Bad incorrect science
This book has a lot of errors. I reached out to the editor at natgeo and she said no comment had been returned. One of the ways sugars are made is by adding water to the bottom of a can. Pure brown sugar is dirtier than white, the FTC says. Pure white sugar is completely bleached with sulphur dioxide, leaving it unpasteurized. That said, I don't want my kids to learn that there is a difference between fact and fiction. Spending more on a Smithsonian book.
 
5
   Really nice book
I highly recommend this book to anyone who has ever read it. A great book, well-illustrated and full of great pictures. The book will help my grandson learn a lot of things and help his parents sometimes to answer questions in a way that a 5-year-old can understand. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Dr. Goin at (313) 222-2027 or [email protected] com.
 
5
   Great little book
My 6 year old twins have shown an interest in science. 0 1462228 This was for my 6 year old twin girls who have shown an interest in science. It was overlooked a bit during the Christmas rush, but a few days later one of them brought it out and wanted me to help her read it. It was mostly quiet, but I soon had both girls and their 11 year old brother listening, asking questions, and participating in some of the activities. Even though I'm not a scientist, I can learn a few new things. It's a great book for explaining various aspects of science to kids.
 
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