Science, Matter and the Baseball Park
by Catherine Ciocchi, Illustrated by Chantelle Thorne and Burgen Thorne
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Pub Date 21 Mar 2023 | Archive Date Not set
There is much to see at the ballpark, and it all matters because it's all matter!
In this fast-paced rhyming story, baseball and science fans alike will be delighted to see all the solids, liquids and gases that make game day extra special. As the camera zooms in on instant replay, things slow down long enough to see all those atoms in motion. The scoreboard, a slushie, and even the air - wherever you look, it’s matter in there.
With cleverly constructed, action-oriented illustrations that make learning about science simple and fun, this book knocks matter out of the ballpark and is sure to score a homerun with enthusiastic young readers.
Average rating from 5 members
I do feel this is a well done series to teach children about the very basics of science.
I find the concept representation visualisation with baseball a great idea! Things are shown vividly considering the age group of the readers and in a way the adult reader accompanying the children reading the book to handle the explanation well.
Amazing indeed. Kudos to the team!
Thank you, Gnome Road Publishing, for the advance reading copy.
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