This is a list of 10 science books for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and school aged children.
1. Pop! A book About Bubbles by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley
What are bubbles made of? Why are they always round?
Read and find out about the science behind soap bubbles, and learn why bubbles always go POP!
2. Bees like Flowers by Rebecca Bielawski (Free Kindle Book)
Watch our happy, helpful friend the Honey Bee, always so busy and buzzy and find out why bees and flowers are such good friends. Illustrations using vivid colours include many real flower species which children may recognise from their garden or have seen growing in the wild, 3 of them are named at the end of the book too. The narrator shows us what these fascinating bugs have been getting up to in her garden. What we can learn: concepts: Simple ideas about the life of a bee Bees are insects Some common flowers: Daisy, Poppy, Sunflower
3. The Tree Book for Kids and their grown-ups by Gina Ingoglia
The birds, the bees, the flowers and the…TREES! How do trees grow? Why do leaves change? What kind of tree is that? The acclaimed Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s guide answers all kids’ (and their parents’) tree-related questions in an easy-to-understand way. It features 33 different trees that grow in North America, from rural Georgia to the streets of New York City to the California suburbs. Each profile includes a beautiful botanical watercolor illustration by author Gina Ingoglia showing the tree as it appears in a particular season, as well as life-size depictions of its leaf, flower, and seed. Readers of all ages will be in awe over the wonderful world of trees.
4. Bugs: A Stunning Pop-up Look at Insects, Spiders, and Other Creepy-Crawlies by Geoge McGavin
A pop-up book detailing the interesting world of bugs. It includes scientific trivia, and useful information within every page. There is also many detailed illustrations that dive deep into everything about bugs, down to their anatomy. This book is as fascinating and beautiful, as it is educational.
5. Hello World! Weather by Jill McDonald
This book is dedicated to making learning fun for young children. Readers have an opportunity to observe the natural changes of the seasons within a backyard. The book is written in clear and easy to understand terms, with bright illustrations to keep your child engaged and interested.
6. Spectacular Spring: All Kinds of Spring Facts and Fun (Season Facts and Fun) by Bruce Goldstone
A book jam pack with facts about Spring, and what makes the season so special. Take a close look at the animals, plants and all things spring, with amazing photographs, illustrations, and explanations of our outdoor world.
7. The Little Gardener (Teenie Greenies) by Jan Geradi
A fun interactive book that contains many little flaps that hold all the tools and knowledge that children will need to grow their very own garden.
8. Plants in Spring (All about Spring) by Martha E. H. Rustard
A colorful and cute book about how plants bloom and come to life.
9. Birds, Nests & Eggs (Take Along Guides) by Mel Boring
A wonderful book to take along, on nature walks. This book is a take-along guide that helps children identify various types of birds, while giving information about their homes and their young. There is also safety tips throughout, as well as a scrapbook for notes and drawings.
10. Butterfly Butterfly: A Book of Colors by Petr Horacek
A fun and exciting peekaboo book that explores all the vibrant colors and shapes that exist as multiple creatures that live in one girl's garden. Join her on her adventure as she tracks down a beautiful and colorful butterfly.