Wednesday, March 25, 2020

"Once Upon an Atom" by James Carter and William Santiago (Little Tiger)

Little Tiger's brilliant non-fiction range gets down to the atomic level with a truly fantastic book for budding scientists.

"Once Upon an Atom: Questions of Science" by James Carter and William Santiago is perfect for younger children who are just discovering the magic of science, and the amazing ways in which science features in our everyday lives.

With clever rhymes and clear explanations, James and William take us on a journey that stretches right back to the Big Bang, then brings us bang up to date, sending us out into space to find out all about amazing experiments out there in the inky blackness, and down on earth as we begin to learn more and more about our amazing world through the main science disciplines.

It's the perfect book for kids who are beginning to attend science clubs for the first time, or are just finding out about the sciences at school.

With tons of beautiful illustrations, it's perfect for curious kids who love asking "Why!"

Sum this book up in a sentence: A dazzling introduction to the sciences for younger kids who love to find out more about their world, even at a microscopic level!

"Once Upon an Atom: Questions of Science" by James Carter and William Santiago is out now, published by Little Tiger (kindly supplied for review). 

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