Organic Chemistry For Babies
  • Organic Chemistry For Babies
  • Organic Chemistry For Babies
  • Organic Chemistry For Babies
  • Organic Chemistry For Babies
ISBN: 1492671169
EAN13: 9781492671169
Language: English
Release Date: May 1, 2018
Pages: 24
Dimensions: 0.07874" H x 7.99211" L x 7.99211" W
Weight: 1.11 lbs.
Format: Board Books
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Book Overview

Help your future genius become the smartest baby in the room by introducing them to organic chemistry with the next installment of the Baby University board book series

Simple explanations of complex ideas for your future genius

Organic Chemistry for Babies is a colorfully simple introduction to the structure of organic, carbon-containing compounds and materials. Co-written by Chris Ferrie and Cara Florance--an expert who has a PhD in Biochemistry and a BS in Chemistry with work experience in astrobiology and radiation decontamination--this installment of the Baby University board book series is the perfect way to introduce basic concepts to even the youngest scientists.

The book boasts a tongue-in-cheek approach that adults will love all while enlightening babies (and grownups ) in the basics of organic chemistry. Readers of Organic Chemistry for Babies will be one step ahead of pre-med students

After all, it's never too early to become a scientist It only takes a small spark to ignite a child's mind.

Other Baby University titles include: Astrophysics for Babies, Rocket Science for Babies, and more

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   Perfect gift for a young future chemist
It's a fun gift to help introduce the concepts of organic chemistry. Some of the molecules names and concepts are a little advanced for someone who is learning to read. The book also assumes the reader knows what an atom is, which raises some interesting questions.
   Simple and direct
This book is great for both the reader and the child to enjoy together. Indeed, I would certainly recommend reading this to a bright child, who is pretty much all of them when given enough love.
   Fast & Easy to use
This book is very well-illustrated and my children will enjoy it. I was reading it and so many things when I was growing up and in school we weren't ever taught, Mrs Clinton said.
   Damaged even though I bought them new
The pictures are really good, but the book itself was ruined. I thought I was buying them new, but there was wear on the spine already and multiple marks on the front covers. It's a present for my one year old niece. It's just that the tape isn't damaged already.
   It came damaged.
I've never bought a book, but I thought it was cute and that it would be a good baby shower gift. It's too late to go and reorder another one.
   Perfect gift for child of parents who are chemists.
Their biological daughter, Grace, turns 6 months old today. Although Dean said he couldn't guarantee that babies would read, he firmly believed that reading was a wonderful practice. It's just that baby got a book and Dad could enjoy as a wonderful joke if nothing else. If so, I'd say it's great. As she grows, she'll be able to read the pictures as well. There will be new ways to learn and apply what we've learned in the classroom.
   Not an age-appropriate introduction to chemistry
My husband is a chemical engineer and wanted this for our daughter and son. The scientist was disappointed, saying it was a very inappropriate introduction to organic chemistry for babiespreschoolers. Had the author touched on some other appropriate chemicals? My husband has really enjoyed some of the other books by this author, as have our children, she said. It was a total miss, Broadway's creator and executive producer said.
   Great for 3+
This book isn't for babies, and I'll be putting it away until she's three. Even with that being said, it really is an excellent introduction for little ones who are developmentally ready to grasp concepts of the world around them.
   Great series
As a nanny I read baby books all day, and this series has saved my sanity!
   Pacifiers in the shape of cyclohexane, as the cover-art...says it all!
This is so cute, said Blair. The book features illustrations by children's book illustrator Pauley Perrette. The cover illustrates a great example of how a pacifier can be made of such materials, as it shows a great example of how a pacifier can be made of such a thin film. It breaks down a complex topic into its simplest parts. He really opens up the topic for younger children who might not have otherwise had any exposure to this topic until college.