Monday, July 7, 2008

Living Science Author: Robert E. Wells

Giving children a sense of perspective can be challenging. Robert E. Wells has written a series of colorful, engaging, and detailed books that demonstrate a variety of perspectives in a fun and lasting way. What's Smaller Than A Pygmy Shrew? is about size, from atoms to the universe. His other titles include Can You Count To A Googol?, What's Faster Than A Speeding Cheetah, What Is Older Than A Giant Tortoise?, How Do You Know What Time It Is?, Is A Blue Whale The Biggest Thing There is?, and Did A Dinosaur Drink This Water? And then there's more science-based How Do You Lift A Lion? about using simple machines to move heavy objects. These are family favorites!

2 comments:

tie-dyed doula said...

thank you for this blog!! I have a baby starting K this year and I was wanting to know some things to do for Science. He has such an imagination and real zeal for activity-he can't sit still. So, reviewing these books are helping to GREATLY! thank you!
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Kris! said...

Thank you--and have fun with your science!

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