Science Ideas in 30 Seconds

Publisher: Ivy Kids

Review

This easy-to-read book illuminates a series of great science ideas, from Ancient Greece to the present day. Ideas about subjects such as motion, gravity, DNA, nuclear energy, antimatter and more are concisely covered and clearly explained in short chunks, and presented in their chronological context. Mini 'missions' challenge keen young scientists to test these famous theories, or find out more about the subjects discussed.

Attractively illustrated, this is a fresh and lively introduction to science that is ideal for the classroom or the school library, and will help make some complex ideas accessible and easily digestible.

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