What does DNA stand for? I would never have thought I could find the answer in a picture book. “The Baby Biochemist-DNA” does an incredible job of nailing the important aspects of DNA structure. Primary kids even will understand what DNA does in their cells. They’ll get a jump-start on biology concepts they’ll learn more about in high school. I recommend this book for primary, middle school and high school kids. Its straight forward, simple but bang on explanation of cell structure down to the DNA level is also entertaining. The illustrations are fabulous. This is a must add to your book collection for any level of science teaching.
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Fairy-tale science? Who would have thought the two could go together? But incredibly they do like peanut butter and chocolate. And they deliver science curriculum concepts in a unique fun way. Fairy-tale science makes science fun to learn for primary aged kids!
The Quantum Realm Philly the Photon review contains my own opinions and impressions. I did, however, receive a complimentary publishers copy of the novel. Despite some minor weaknesses in character dialogue,it is a thoroughly engaging story for kids and parents.
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Carved in Bone, despite some minor weaknesses in plot, is a thoroughly engaging story perfect for science buffs and fans of CSI.