Baby Loves Aerospace Engineering! (Baby Loves Science) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-05-07 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" I didn't know what to expect from this board book, but it's wonderful. Cute illustrations, appropriate introduction to aerospace engineering (though, this is stated by a non-engineer). Would recommend and purchase. " said.

" Cybils nominee for Best Board Book 2o16. More later. " said.

" All ages can learn from the simple board book - blastoff! " said.

" I cannot even express how much I love that this book exists and how excited I am to give it to my niece. " said.

" Board book, ages 0-2This book breaks down the science of flight and space travel to its very basic elements and explains how birds fly, how airplanes fly, and how rockets can blast off into space. I love how simplified things are so that even the tiniest children can begin to understand. I love how this series makes science accessible to small children. I wish I'd had this series when my son was younger. " said.

"My brother basically is an aerospace engineer, so of course his wife bought this board book for their baby.

I was mostly excited that it has a brown baby (#HiddenFigures!). The toddler is never gendered, though the Bird is referred to as "she."

My brother commented, "It does touch on airfoil design...though it just calls it a bird's wing"

It had less science than I was hoping for, though I do appreciate the normalization of a brown (girl?) child interested in flight (the kid is wearing old-fashioned pilot headgear throughout, and I love the kid's star pants).
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" This is one of the best books about scientific concepts for young children that I have seen: it explores the idea of flight in first birds, then aeroplanes, then rockets in simple but effective language. Lovely illustrations that really convey the ideas. An absolute must-read! " said.

"Aerospace Engineering for babies begins with a bird. How does a bird fly? Introduced in the simplest terms possible, this book covers how birds, planes, and rockets fly. I love that this book takes an interest like flying that many little kids love and introduces them to the science. The illustrations are darling. The word choice is playful. Toddlers will enjoy this book for its colorful pictures, appealing topic, and for the swooshing and whooshing. On the other hand, I have trouble imagining a baby listening to the longer text. A fun science book for toddlers who love finding airplanes in the sky." said.

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