Can you say why the sky is blue? Or explain how an X-Ray can take a picture of your child's bones? It's not easy to be knowledgeable in all walks of science, but here's lively help for when the questions start coming.
This book is old enough that I had the pleasure of reading it when I was a young kid. Now I'm headed off to college and can look back and see what this book did for my childhood. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Daniel
Entertains the 5 year olds and the 12 year olds. I bought a set for home and for my third grade classroom. A good read for all ages.Published 3 months ago by twinmom
I bought 3 of these as I work with 3 friends who have small children. After a conversation about how to answer some of the questions their children had asked, I thought these books... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Rhonda J. Nequette
I first saw this book on the subway in a child's hand. I just had to know the anwers to How Come?Published 9 months ago by Audrey . Franklin
I bought this for my 5 year old and I find myself running to the bookshelf all the time. Whenever my son asks me those questions, which I knew once upon a time, this book serves... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Brad D. Geiger
I purchased this book because I work in an after school program primarily teaching science. The book arrived on time, in the expected condition, and I am very pleased.Published 15 months ago by Christine M.
There is a lot of good information in this book; but the writing style is unusual and difficult to follow even for an adult at times, so certainly for the children who are the... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Nick57
This is a compendium of 126 simple questions of the type that we all might ask ourselves during the course of our lives, questions like:
*How come fish and dolphins... Read more