The holiday season is coming fast. Faster than you thought and, uh oh, before you even realized, you are only a few days away from the big family dinner, and you still haven’t picked any presents yet. Nieces, nephews, godchildren, little cousins, younger brothers and sisters, the cost of gift can be overwhelming if you are part of a family with many young children and pre-teens.
Books Books are always make great presents that won’t break the bank, and are especially popular with children. Novels, image books, girls magazines, guides for girls or boys, there are tons of books to choose from.
Science books for kids If the kid you are buying for loves science, why not get him or her a science book? They make great present, are educational and lots of fun, over the holidays or on a rainy day. To find great science books for kids, just follow my recommendations!
Great science books for kids
The Everything Kids’ Science Experiments Book
The Everything Kids’ Science Experiments Book by Tom Robinson is a wonderful book with easy to do and comprehend experiments. Experiments are themed and each theme have experiments of different complexity. The nice thing about them is that they mostly use materials that can be found in most household.
Dr. Art’s Guide to Science: Connecting Atoms, Galaxies, and Everything in Between
The Dr. Art’s Guide to Science by Art Sussman Ph.D. is an interesting book that will keep the interest of any older child or teenager. This book brings out the fun side of science, something that is unfortunately too often forgotten at school. This book will be enjoyed by all kids for sure, but I bet even mom and dad will be caught peeking in the book to learn some fun facts once in a while.
My Big Science Book
My Big Science Book by Roger Priddy is ideal for younger kids and early graders. This book is excellent to introduce young kids to science and will engage them with their relevant experiments that explain many things of our daily lives.
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