Kids will surely love our collection of picture books about Physics. They certainly helps us better explain the science of push and pull and how everything moves.
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Chris Ferrie Books - Chris has a lot of books that are perfect for babies or kindergarteners. An example would be “Rocket Science for Babies” where Rocket Science is explained through simple terms and colorful drawings.
I am Albert Einstein by Brad Meltzer - A story about Albert Einstein and about how his life was up to when he discovered the theory of relativity.. It is very inspiring because even though we think Albert Einstein is out of this world, it shows in his story that he was also a kid, a little different, and even failed some of his classes! Just like us, we can never be perfect and we’re never the same, but that doesn’t make it bad. It’s good to be different and a little weird.
Baby Loves Gravity by Ruth Spiro - A cute and simple book for kids. It explains gravity through simple terms and cute drawings.
Baby Loves Thermodynamics by Ruth Spiro - A cute and simple book for kids. It explains thermodynamics through simple terms and cute drawings.
Forces Makes Things Move by KImberly Brubaker Bradley - A simple yet in-depth book about forces including friction, push and pull, and gravity.