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Optical Physics for Babies (Baby University) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-09-11 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 23 user ratings
ISBN:1492656216
LANGUAGE:English

"I won an advance copy of Optical Physics for Babies from Goodreads giveaway. This is a paperback book not board book format.

The book has very simplistic illustrations that will catch baby's attention and allow them to focus. The story line or explanation of optical physics is simply told also. For example, a simple illustration of a light bulb colored red with a red arrow coming from it depicts that :light travels in a straight line...". The next page shows the same bulb with a rectangle mirror in front of the red arrow and the story line is "until it hits something."

I think that children will enjoy the illustrations and the simple explanation of optical physics will hold their attention.
" said.

" This is really for parents and big brothers and sisters. " said.

" Fascinating. An in-depth view of optical physics that delves into subject matter relevant to all babies. " said.

"Ferrie, Chris Optical Physics for Babies. BOARD BOOK. Sourcebooks Jabberwocky, 2017. $10.

A quick look at optical physics and light refraction with a heavy emphasis on rainbow optics. Makes sense, because rainbows are a property of refraction that everyone looks for after a rainy day.

Great for a science teacher friend at any level of education. My science teachers liked this one a lot. Even my optometrist husband gave this one a thumbs up. I really do think that even small children can understand this relationship after going through this a few times. I guess the real question is – will they care? I think of this series like Jennifer Adams’s BabyLit books – they are more for the adults than for the children. I would really suggest buying these for your school library for your science teachers to use.

Pre-K, EL, MS, HS, GIFT – ADVISABLE. Cindy, Library Teacher
http://kissthebook.blogspot.com/2017/...
" said.

"I won an advance copy of Optical Physics for Babies from Goodreads giveaway. This is a paperback book not board book format.

The book has very simplistic illustrations that will catch baby's attention and allow them to focus. The story line or explanation of optical physics is simply told also. For example, a simple illustration of a light bulb colored red with a red arrow coming from it depicts that :light travels in a straight line...". The next page shows the same bulb with a rectangle mirror in front of the red arrow and the story line is "until it hits something."

I think that children will enjoy the illustrations and the simple explanation of optical physics will hold their attention.
" said.

"Ferrie, Chris Optical Physics for Babies. BOARD BOOK. Sourcebooks Jabberwocky, 2017. $10.

A quick look at optical physics and light refraction with a heavy emphasis on rainbow optics. Makes sense, because rainbows are a property of refraction that everyone looks for after a rainy day.

Great for a science teacher friend at any level of education. My science teachers liked this one a lot. Even my optometrist husband gave this one a thumbs up. I really do think that even small children can understand this relationship after going through this a few times. I guess the real question is – will they care? I think of this series like Jennifer Adams’s BabyLit books – they are more for the adults than for the children. I would really suggest buying these for your school library for your science teachers to use.

Pre-K, EL, MS, HS, GIFT – ADVISABLE. Cindy, Library Teacher
http://kissthebook.blogspot.com/2017/...
" said.

" Fascinating. An in-depth view of optical physics that delves into subject matter relevant to all babies. " said.

"I won an advance copy of Optical Physics for Babies from Goodreads giveaway. This is a paperback book not board book format.

The book has very simplistic illustrations that will catch baby's attention and allow them to focus. The story line or explanation of optical physics is simply told also. For example, a simple illustration of a light bulb colored red with a red arrow coming from it depicts that :light travels in a straight line...". The next page shows the same bulb with a rectangle mirror in front of the red arrow and the story line is "until it hits something."

I think that children will enjoy the illustrations and the simple explanation of optical physics will hold their attention.
" said.

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