The list author says: "There are many excellent science books for children that teach children, but that might teach parents and teachers at the same time. This is a list of some of the best children's science books."
"Good choice for book explaining, teaching solar system to children. Good photos in this book, very good glossary. Facts and text about the solar system. It is a good choice for a classroom or library supplementary book for children ages 7 through 11 about the solar system."
"Grades 2 and 3 - Simple science and environmental nature book for children. It helps them to see the costs of encroachment to the habitats of animals, and what some solutions. It will help children to become more environmentally conscious and responsible."
"Good Kindergarten science book (for every K classroom). Kindergarten Earth Science, Geology, all about rocks. There is something stable and comforting about rocks. Perfect early childhood science book."
"Great science lesson in simple astronomy. The puzzle is colorful and durable. You can put it up, with glue, like a painting after you are done, for the children, or in their bedroom. It is a pretty picture."
"Kind, interesting picture book for children. Parents can read this to Pre-K children, or Kindergarten and first grade children can read themselves. Good photos, close ups on interesting things such as flowers, dog's hair, birds feathers. Nice text, simple for children."
"Wonderful nature and science book about lions. It features two maps, India and Africa, showing where lions are actually located. So many great photos here for children (and of interest for adults). K through 5th grade. Subheading, how lions make babies, good for children of all ages. A definite for the classroom - A+"
"Beautifully illustrated, educational book for grade school children. Good for children from Kindergarten, because of its excellent pictures, but can be seriously read up to the 5th or even early 6th grade. There are eleven animals (and insects) featured, as well as a map of where the world's deserts are located."
"Detailed designs of bugs with hidden designs of other animals of the same ecosystems. There are about a dozen or so themes in this book such as Cactus City, Island Paradise, Dazzling Display, Between the Trees, In the Woods, Water World, Minibeast Safaris, Insect City, Busy Beehive. Well designed and eye-captivating. Recommended classroom bug for grade school, all ages/grades."
"Nicely illustrated book of value in the classroom that teaches children about animals in North America. The more-common animals such as whitetail deer, wolves, raven and beavers are considered, but also, less common animals such as the pine marten and snowshoe hare are considered. 3rd or 4th grade. There isn't an adult who won't learn something new from this nature book."
"Interesting piece of literature, written and illustrated by a young person, Freshman, I assume in high school, from a publisher who specializes in this type of work. Nice illustrations, interesting facts, inspirational book for children and young people. Grades 4 through 7th grade. Interesting facts and details about the rainforest."
"Very interesting book that just about every boy in the world would enjoy. It is beautifully illustrated, so beautiful, that you feel like you would want to be there if you could. Around 4th grade level."
"Beautiful nature/science puzzle-book for children grades 2 to 4, from 7 to 9 years old. The illustrations are bright, brilliant, interesting, instructive. Also, it contains five simple puzzles of these wonderful illustrations within the book. It is eye captivating in a positive way. Not scary."
"Illustrated children's book that is suitable for 1st grade or thereabout. It is a reading book, nicely illustrated. Educates the child on fireflies, using different settings and different angles. Children are intrigued by fireflies. A good book to teach the child the process of inquiry of a simple creature/event - fireflies lighting in the night. Much good science-related information."
"Time magazine has an excellent science and nature magazine for children. It is a prefeence in the grade school classroom. Always interesting and full of great pictures, facts, activities. Facilities good teaching and learning."
"Another good example of good packet of science education in Time Magazine's for kids version. Very good for 2nd to 5th grade. Good for the classroom. Digestable packets of info that teachers can use for one lesson per issue."