Q Is for Quark: A Science Alphabet Book
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Q Is for Quark: A Science Alphabet Book

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A is for Atom, B is for Black Hole, C is for Clone-hang on to your test tubes, we'¬?re covering a lot of ground here! But both the science-curious and the science-phobic are in for a treat as the author of one of the wittiest math books around takes on a new topic. Ranging freely from DNA to jet-propelled squid to proof that it'¬?s best to prepare dragon tonic using the me...more
Paperback, 64 pages
Published October 13th 2009 by Tricycle Press (first published August 6th 2001)
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Magila
3.5

Just not as deftly put together and illustrated as some of the other math books by the same author. The humor is also a bit lame.

This book should be on the shelves of most homes, but it's not an everyday book. It's also not a book children are likely to "crave." It's a good book that covers science and is appropriate for late stage picture book readers who want to read on their own.

The material is dense and the illustrations are sparse.
Sally
I'm not as familiar with this book as G is for Googol, but it's the exact same premise, but for science. I think the material is a little more advanced and theoretical. Still for upper elementary and middle school and up. Many adults could use the fun introduction to a wide selection of science topics!
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As a child, I was filled with a sense of awe as I contemplated the universe. The huge numbers of stars and their sizes and distances never failed to amaze me. With binoculars and magnifying glass, I also focused on closer subjects like birds, flowers, frogs and bugs.

But science and math weren't my only fascinations: I also loved bicycles, baseball, boats…and ice cream. Years later, on a clear spr...more
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