Mars for Kids (Tinker Toddlers) Reviews

Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 4 user ratings
ISBN:1950491994
LANGUAGE:English
Book Introduction:

Simple concepts about up-and-coming STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) to kick-start your future genius!

3-2-1.... BLAST-OFF! It’s official! We are going to Mars!

From the award-winning Tinker Toddlers series, Mars for Kids is a vibrant non-fiction picture book that will take you and your loved ones on an amazing space adventure. Learn how Earth and Mars are similar, why we want to go to the red planet, and how it will be like when we get there. 

This book will help familiarize your little one with interplanetary travel and encourage early learning and reading. The colorful, beautiful, and visually stimulating illustrations and two levels of learning encourage the child's sense of wonder, adventure, and curiosity (and might stimulate your senses too)!

Great addition to homeschool curriculum for preschoolers, kindergarten, or to any classroom library.

2 Levels of Learning: Level 1 baby basics in black text and Level 2 in the purple text to build on.Glossary: Key vocabulary words are bolded in the text and simple science definitions are provided in the backInviting Font: Large, clear, and color-coordinated font for easy digestion of material

Look for all the books in the Tinker Toddler series:

The Solar System for KidsMars for KidsABCs of The Solar System & BeyondMachine Learning for KidsArtificial Intelligence for KidsNeural Networks for KidsABC's of Machine Learning

What readers have to say about the series:

"Big concepts in a well-explained book! - I love the complexity and also the simplicity of this book. It is an excellent way to introduce my kids to advanced science topics in an age-appropriate manner. The drawings are so cute. I am thrilled with this purchase." - ACS

"Must read - These books make great gifts and great discoveries in the classroom." - Raman Bhasin

"Beautiful treatment of a complex topic - This book was a delightful surprise. As someone who teaches young kids about computer science, I expected this to be stilted and/or boring but it was lovely and engaging! It's a great intro to an important topic." - Stephanie Hosford

"New topic written in easy fun manner - Incredible way for parents to share with their child a relevant and upcoming topic of machine learning in a a fun way." - John Ngui

"Simply easy for the child to grasp scientific concepts! A fun way to learn - I believe that the collection is a great way to introduce these topics to our children, these topics will help them better understand the world of science and technology that they are growing up in" - Angela K.

"An Extremely Engaging Book for Curious Minds - My partner and I absolutely loved the artwork and found the content to be remarkably better when compared to books of a similar vein that are currently available. We think the book a perfect way to introduce early science readers to children as it is captivating and feeds the curiosity.” - Sakshi

"Kind, gentle, and engaging early introduction to big topics - All three books provide an engaging exploration that gently introduces a child to big topics." - Yuri

"Useful beyond its intended scope - It would actually (and unfortunately) be quite helpful to use these pages in a PowerPoint to explain neural networks to adults." - MP

"Must Buy! What a great addition to Kids' STEM collection" - Amitoj Gill

November 2020 New Book:

Books & Books Press (November 17, 2020)
DK Children (November 10, 2020)
Clarion Books (November 10, 2020)
Nomad Press (November 13, 2020)
Frances Lincoln Children's Books (November 24, 2020)
Penguin Young Readers (November 3, 2020)

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