Quantum Entanglement for Babies (Physics for Babies) (Volume 4) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-07-25 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 14 user ratings

" Still a little confusing for babies, but I just love that these books exist! " said.

" Uummmmmmmm...huh? Obviously written for parents, other than the brightly colored board book part. " said.

" Um, sure. I’ll bet a physics geek will love it. " said.

" OK, I still don't have a full grasp on quantum entanglement, but a spark has been lit! I love this series. Yes, it's for babies, ha! " said.

" Gets an extra star for being even more hilarious of a concept than General Relativity for Babies. Stars for the effort. " said.

" I feel like this is designed more for adults' amusement than for actually teaching babies quantum entanglement. It does do a fairly decent job of explaining in a simplistic manner though. " said.

" As much as I love the advanced science for babies books, this one failed to hit the mark for me. Even as an adult, reading this book intended for babies, it didn't really make the concept very clear to me. But hey - bright blue and red circles on the pages sure appealed to my 1-year-old! " said.

" Although my 3yo has memorized this book, I don't think it was explained very well. It seems its an effort to draw pictures per the complex definition meant for adults. Quantum entanglement could have been explained more relatively to kids in other ways too. " said.

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