Baby Robot Explains... Rocket Science: Big ideas for little learners (Board book)
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This fun first board book with neon-bright pictures shows it's never too early - or late! - to learn about big ideas, and build confidence in science.
Just like your little one, Baby Robot is a brilliant scientist in the making. He wants to know how to fly to the Moon, so Rose-bot tells him about rocket science. Based on his firsthand experiences, Baby Robot has imaginative ideas for getting to space. Rose-bot explains why he can't climb there or fly in a plane, helicopter, or balloon. She knows you need a rocket, and she tells Baby Robot all about how space rockets work.
The first title in a series of STEM books for babies, Baby Robot Explains... Rocket Science is the perfect way to bring science to life for little ones. Humorous illustrations, with bright, popping neon color, and a read-aloud, picture book story are combined with very simple scientific explanations - written with the help of science consultant Lisa Burke - to make the topic accessible.
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