The Science of Light: Things that Shine, Flash, and Glow   Import  Single ASIN  Import  Muleiple ASIN ×Product

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Review

“While this book is beautiful and engaging it also makes a great teaching tool which can be enjoyed by a wide range of readers.”–School Library Connection

“A breathtaking book that introduces STEM concepts to young learners. . . .”–School Library Journal

“Illuminating, even literally. . . .”–Kirkus Reviews

About the Author

Margaret Peot is an artist, writer, and teacher. She paints costumes for Broadway theatre, as well as dance shows and ice shows, and she creates activity book sets and instructional arts and crafts books. She wrote and illustrated Crow Made a Friend, an I Like to Read Book, for Holiday House.

Additional information

Publisher ‏

‎ HOLIDAY HOUSE (28 February 2023)

Language ‏

‎ English

Hardcover ‏

‎ 40 pages

ISBN-10 ‏

‎ 082344872X

ISBN-13 ‏

‎ 978-0823448722

Reading age ‏

‎ 4 – 7 years

Dimensions ‏

‎ 28.8 x 0.91 x 23.6 cm

2 reviews for The Science of Light: Things that Shine, Flash, and Glow   Import  Single ASIN  Import  Muleiple ASIN ×Product

  1. Heidi Grange

    Stunning illustrations combined with poetic text.
    The glow in the dark cover jumps out at the reader, it’s what caught my attention when I first saw it. Combining stunning paintings with brief text the book makes a great introduction to light for young readers. Each two page spread highlights one kind of light starting with the sun and moving through the aurora borealis, lightning, fire, fireflies, and other natural sources of light concluding with human-made light bulbs and fireworks before returning to the stars. Each spread is described using short descriptions such as “Fire warms” or “Clusterwink snails blink”. The illustrations stand out with the way they seem to jump off the page. The back matter gives additional information about light as well as a bibliography, websites appropriate for kids to explore the topic more, and an index. I thoroughly enjoyed the beauty found in this book and look forward to sharing it with my students. Highly recommended.

  2. Ian McWethy

    Gorgeous.
    Gorgeous images of all the ways light appears in nature. Our son loves the bioluminescent animals (and of course the glow-in-the-dark cover.) Meanwhile I’m trying to figure out how to hang the art on my wall.

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