Baby Loves Thermodynamics! Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-07-18 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" I had my doubts but it's a cute book introducing the idea of energy from the sun. " said.

" Less here’s how heat transfer works and more the sun makes plants grow. " said.

" Another great science concept book for babies! " said.

" Engaging, cheerful pictures make the concepts relevant and accessible to my one-year-old. Love the theme of Spiro's "Baby Loves Science" books. " said.

" Great for kindergarten - this series explains scientific principles in very very simple language, with one few-worded sentences per page. Great for "how the world works" units. Although in board book format, I'd happily use them with older students. " said.

" This one is great. I figured it would be one of the board books supposedly written for kids, but really written for parents, but it's not! It is a very simple explanation written about thermodynamics on an age-appropriate level. Can't wait to check out the rest of the series. " said.

" The book talks about how trees get energy to grow from the sun which makes fruit, which baby eats to get energy to grow. I particularly liked using this book as an example of how eating will help my little one grow bigger. " said.

" Great! Energy has to come from somewhere, and this book gives fantastic examples that are going to be easy for even the littlest of kids to grasp the concept.Will definitely be buying this series for my little one! " said.

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