In the world of science there are so many amazing scientists that as a parent its challenging to decide who to introduce to kids. Its even more difficult to find picture books that can capture a young minds curiosity. Scientist, Scientist, Who Do You See? Does an incredible job at introducing scientific figures into your child’s life.
A Scientific Parody
One of the classic books of our time is Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? It is well loved because of its simple graphics, and how it introduces animals and colors in a fun way that is simple for kids to understand. Scientist, Scientist, Who Do You See? Is written in the same manner.
Instead of introducing colors and animals it focuses on various Scientists and how they impacted the world around them. The sentences are crisp and clear. The images are simplistic yet colorful and engaging.
The vocabulary gives me all the heart eye emoji’s. Each page has woven scientific terms in while maintaining a fun sing-song rhythm. I adore books that help me introduce new words and expand my kids understanding. With words like laboratory, botany, inventing and diversity your kids are bound to have questions about what words mean. Their curiosity will then allow you to dive further into a rabbit hole searching for a deeper understanding.
Scientists are scattered all around the globe. In Scientist, Scientist, Who Do You See, they do a great job of including people from around the world, from different cultures and various races. Each scientist has one sentence about them on their main page but the back has even more information to share with your slightly bigger kids.
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The writer, Chris Ferrie, is a physicist, a mathematician and a father of four. He wanted to pass on his love of science and knew that kids are small sponges. As a result he has written some books to introduce big concepts in a small way. I have loved each and everyone that we have read.
Ferrie Book Reccomendations
I strive to only recommend things that we personally use in our home. Here are books that we currently own written by Ferrie.