Quantum Physics for Babies (Baby University) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-11-06 
Review Score: 3 out of 5 star From 145 user ratings

" Ohhhh if only it were that easy. " said.

" This is one of David's favorite books. We bought this one back in May with three others and all four have significant wear. They are requested every night. Sometimes several times a night. " said.

" Amazing book! This is going to become my “most gifted” book set.The Science for Babies series is brilliantly done. In this book, the author manages to break down the basic concepts of Quantum Physics into a few easily digestible nuggets. " said.

" It's never to early to introduce little ones to science. I bought this book of my baby registery as Father's Day for my husband. It's very simple book but I think it's enough to get our son interested in science when he is older. " said.

" I selfishly got this for Ozman for Easter because I know nothing about quantum physics, don't speak math or science, and thought it would be a good primer. It is phenomenal. I knew about bonds and energy but to see it laid out in its most basic and concise format? It was almost a revelation. Ozman didn't care though, he insisted on a train book afterward because he was bored by this one. " said.

"I love quirky and unique book like this! The title itself is misleading. This is no quantum physics for babies. This is quantum physics for all ages, because everyone, from young kids to adults will get to enjoy this book (and the series of other similar books by the same author) and learn something new from it. 23-month old little-AJ pointed at the circles and said "ball! Ball!" It is obvious that he has not a slightest idea what he is actually looking at and what this book is all about.

I wish there were more books like this when I was younger or in high school time. This would be a perfect education tool for anyone who want a 1 minute crash course on a really sophisticated subject of atoms. Simple and clear illustrations, extremely easy texts, with a big theory to present.

Readers can learn about neutrons, protons, electrons, and how the electrons moving up and down the circular lines. Just don't ask me what exactly is the use of each of those colourful balls, why does the electron want to take more energy or release energy to jump up and down the lines, and why exactly do we want to find out the quantum or the amount of the energy. And please don't ask me what exactly does a quantum physicist do, even though I was told at the last page that I am now one!

Overall, this is nice fun book, although I must confess the book raises more questions than providing sufficient answers. Great for kids with inquisitive minds (not so great for the non-science background parents that need to answer those questions.)

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" Lots of Kids books gonna be on this feed in the next few years since I'm Daddin' hard so be warned.Obviously love the science angle. Lots of good reread value too, because I feel like I forgot everything I had read like two minutes after I was done. Lots of fun though and such a cool concept. " said.

" Cute primer about atoms and energy. " said.

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