SUNDAY OPTIONS: Explore children’s science

SUNDAY OPTIONS: Explore children's science

Also, if haven’t already, be sure to join our 2022 Reading Challenge. Suitable for all ages, the challenge can be found on our website, at the library or through the Beanstack platform or app. Any of the recommended titles from this week’s picks could be applied to at least two challenges – learn something new from a book and Read a book published in 2021 – and maybe even more depending on the book you select. For more information go to our website or ask at the library.

Minuteearth Explains by Minuteearth
In their debut illustrated science book, the team behind the popular YouTube channel Minuteearth answers all your child’s wackiest questions alongside engaging images of the natural world.

The Science of Song: How and Why We Make Music by Alan Cross
This fully illustrated resource explores the science and history behind our connection to music revealing how music and the ways we experience it have transformed over the years.

The Big Book of Amazing Lego Creations with Bricks You Already Have by Sarah Dees
Perfect for both little and big builders, this brand-new LEGO project book offers more than 75 never-before-seen creations that use eight unique themes, inviting children to expand their imaginations more than ever before.

Story Highlights

  • Whoever said that science isn’t fun has not checked out these cool new science books for kids at the BWG Library. If you are looking for fun, entertaining, and educational books look no further. These science books explore subjects from music, cooking, LEGO to weird questions and fun indoor activities. If you are looking for ideas to keep everyone busy drop by the library and borrow these or any of our hundreds of science, craft, and activity books.

  • The Complete Cookbook for Young Scientists by America’s Test Kitchen
    Over 75 kid-tested, kid-approved recipes and experiments teach young chefs about the fun and fascinating science of food.

Let’s Play Indoors by Ryan Eyers
This book encourages children to take the lead in deciding how to spend their time and is a perfect companion for rainy days or periods spent offline.