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My sister thinks they're great and these should last for many more nieces and nephews to come. Sentences are short and to the point, making it clear to those of us who know very little about these.
I think I might finally understand lift!
His board books are illustrated with eye-catching graphics for baby geniuses and written with a tongue in cheek humour for their adult friends, who might also learn a thing or two about aerospace engineering."
Rocket Science for Babies offers fun early learning for your little scientist! Simple illustrations and text to help explain a concept. math book featuring essential STEAM words from the #1 Science author!Babies and toddlers are curious and ready to learn! My son just tosses it aside because the picures arent engaging. Really enjoyed this book as both a learner and as a parent. Reviewed in the United States on April 19, 2018. Uh-oh, it looks like your Internet Explorer is out of date.
With a tongue-in-cheek approach that adults will love, this installment of the Baby University board book series is the perfect way to introduce basic concepts to even the youngest scientists. Launch your future Rocket Scientist! Later they will also find out that "Mass drags space." Please try again. I now understand lift, thrust and air flow.
Clever and eye catching for a little one. Babies (and grownups!)
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We’d love your help. Fans of Chris Ferrie's ABCs of Biology, ABCs of Space, and Quantum Physics for Babies will love this introduction to aerospace engineering for babies and toddlers!
Reviewed in the United States on September 1, 2017.
I'm not sure I approve of their final pages announcing that, simple concepts having been encountered within them, "you are now a rocket scientist". They bought this book for my younger kiddo as kind of a joke, thinking it would just be a cutesy short explanation of how rockets go boom and how stuff stays in orbit.
My grandson has the words on the pages memorized and will hopefully begin to start actually reading the words. Written by an expert, Rocket Science for Babies is a colorfully simple introduction to aerospace engineering.
So I think this series of books is still a win, if imperfect. Since he’s an engineer with some experience in aerospace I thought he’d enjoy this, but he quickly pointed out that the book isn’t accurate. As for babies, that’s a stretch, but they will love the pictures and the concept of print. Rocket Science for Babies: A Fun Space and Science Learning Gift for Babies or White Elephant Gift for Adults from the #1 Science Author for Kids (Baby University). It only takes a small spark to ignite a child's mind. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 10, 2018, A great concept.
In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. The illustrations are very basic, as is the writing style. Your child will learn the basics of rocket science and Chris Ferrie does not disappoint. Why is the sky blue?
I am Chris Ferrie, father of four and happy husband. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Babies (and grownups!) Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 13, 2017, Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 4, 2019. The importance of the STEM fields in our world cannot be overstated. Possibly pictures could be a bit more striking but I am being picky, I’m not a rocket scientist so hope it is accurate . For more than a decade, Neil deGrasse Tyson, the world-renowned astrophysicist and host of the popular radio and Emmy-nominated... To see what your friends thought of this book. Help your future genius become the smartest baby in the room!
Maybe if my parent’s would have read me “Rocket Science for Babies” I’d have done better in science class. This is going to become my “most gifted” book set.
I preferred the "baby loves" series.
Amazing book! I can tell that they are learning because after about the third consecutive reading their brain gets tired and they are ready for a break, but that doesn't stop them from bringing the books back to me later in the day to read again. Babies (and grownups!)