Rocket Science For Babies
  • Rocket Science For Babies
  • Rocket Science For Babies
  • Rocket Science For Babies
ISBN: 1492656259
EAN13: 9781492656258
Language: English
Release Date: May 2, 2017
Pages: 24
Dimensions: 0.59" H x 7.91" L x 7.91" W
Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Format: Board Books
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Book Overview

Help your future genius become the smartest baby in the room

Written by an expert, Rocket Science for Babies is a colorfully simple introduction to aerospace engineering. Babies (and grownups ) will learn about the basics of how lift and thrust make things fly. With a tongue-in-cheek approach that adults will love, this installment of the Baby University board book series is the perfect way to introduce basic concepts to even the youngest scientists. After all, it's never too early to become a rocket scientist

Baby University: It only takes a small spark to ignite a child's mind.

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   Really lovely concept, maybe a bit too simple
I really like this series, it '' is pretty cool. We have a couple of them and we have given them as gifts. But if I'm honest, I think it is a little too simple for babies. My eight month old loves his books, we read a lot every day. I really like the concept of these science books for babies ''. The quality of the product is also good, both in length and in size. I wish the illustrations were a little more complex and that a storyline was somehow woven into. I get the sense that my son gets a little impatient with the simplicity of these books, where he will really focus on more complex books.
 
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   Put my Nieces and Nephews on the Career Path to Success
Currently, I think that their parents learn more about rocket science than they do, but it is a fun and engaging portrayal of complex topics. I 'll try to update this review in 30 years to let you know if this book has made an impact.
 
5
   GREAT BABY BOOKS that are FUN (Parents easy read too)
They need parents to read ALL kinds of books, but from the earliest age they need seeds planted to encourage them to learn math, science, arts and creative subjects. This author has insight and has given fun, EASY to read and UNDERSTAND. Help your child as they grow up as they learn, learn and plant seeds of high quality for their education.
 
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   Fun idea but inaccurate
Since he is an engineer with some experience in aerospace, I thought he would enjoy it, but he quickly pointed out that the book isn 't accurate. I am not sure if it is inaccurate in an attempt to simplify concepts, but it just doesn 't work when you read it. Good idea, but needs better execution.
 
5
   Combines the benefits of special one on one time and the knowledgw of science.
My four year old granddaughter and three year old grandson both enjoy reading the books in this series over and over again. It is very helpful to get them exposed to the vocabulary and concepts of science contained in the books. I can tell that they are learning because their brain gets tired after reading three consecutive books and they are ready for a break, but that doesn 't stop them from bringing the books back to me later that day to read again. My grandson has the words memorized on the pages and will hopefully begin to read the words actually.
 
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   I like the idea of introducing science to babies and young ...
This book could not decide if it was about aerospace or rocket science. It mentioned putting wings on rockets that travel in space, which is inaccurate. I like the idea of introducing science to babies and young children, but it defeates the purpose if it is incorrect.
 
5
   Good idea
My son is an aerospace engineer! This is a funny gift for his baby! I love these new books coming out for babies! They are not the regular eating patterns of the Baby books ''. I commend those who push the boundaries of what is presented to our children!!!
 
3
   Boring drawings.
Love the concept of introducing science to young children, but the illustrations are really lagging and honestly felt lazy on the part of the author. My son only tosses it aside because the pictures arent engaging. The baby loves me a lot. My a year old likes Baby Loves Quarks the best.
 
5
   Great for Nerd Parents and Babies
I am a meteorologist and my sister is a mechanical engineer, so when I came across this series of books while shopping for my new nephew, I had to grab them all. While the illustrations are minimalist, it does not much matter that this is for an infant. They are solidly built up to where a baby can not destroy them. My sister thinks they're great and these should last many more nieces and nephews to come.
 
4
   Simple Science
As I said before, I love this series of books as a physics and math teacher. I wish it would have been around when my children were babies, but of the books in the series, this is probably my least favorite, though I still enjoy it. Like the other books in the series, it presents nice ideas and takes them simply with complex diagrams. Even recognizing that I am talking about baby books, this seems simpler because it covers something more practical in the sense of . I prefer the theoretical. Still, as I said, I think that sharing these books with your baby can generate an interest in science. This makes them worthwhile.
 
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