Chemistry for Kids

I Wonder Why Soap Makes Bubbles: And Other Questions About Science

I Wonder Why Soap Makes Bubbles

Kingfisher


Author: Barbara Taylor

I suggest you get a copy of I Wonder Why Soap Makes Bubbles: And Other Questions About Science a powerful child's book. The author is Barbara Taylor and it was published by Kingfisher. It was available sometime in 2013. The children's book is 32 pages long. The book is 10.83" Height x 9.02" Length x 0.12" Width. It has a weight of 0.41 lbs. To obtain your personal copy of this book, visit the add to cart button on this page.

This extremely popular and long-running series has been revamped for a new generation of readers, producing use of a clean, crisp redesign and colorful covers. The conversational format is perfect for delivering solid information inside a natural, amusing and imaginative way. The series explores questions that young readers ask in regards to the planet about them in an unrivalled child-friendly style.

Designed both to entertain and to inform, this book answers all of those tricky concerns about science in everyday life and how the globe works. ” to understanding the natural world with questions which consists of “ why do shadows happen? ” and “ Why does a teaspoon get hot when you stir cocoa? ” and “ Why could be the grass green? ” Combining incredible information with awesome artwork, it is guaranteed to amaze and inspire! Starting with understanding the world about you with issues such as “ what makes cakes rise?



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