Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science Stage 1 (6 Books)




This series of books have been published for more than 50 years and enjoy a great reputation around the world. This series of books gradually introduces basic concepts of natural science to kids through vivid pictures and simple language and satisfy kid’s needs to understand the scientific world.


1, I'm growing! With her trademark simple words and delightful pictures, Aliki explains how and why we grow. Our arms and legs, our hair and toenails, our muscles, bones, and skin all grow from the moment we are born. Some people grow faster than others; some people grow more than others. With the help of good healthy food, we all grow in our own way and at our own speed. It will happen to you, too!

2, What Lives in a Shell What makes a shell like a house? A house is a home for you, a nest is a home for a bird, and a cave is a home for a bear. But for some animals a shell is a home. Snails and turtles and crabs and clams all have shells that act as their homes and protect them from harm. In this book you'll learn all about these and other crustaceans creatures, for whom a shell is just the right sort of home.

3, Big Tracks Little Tracks Does a cat use his claws when he walks? How does a rabbit run? What does a skunk smell like? Find out the answers in this classic text that teaches young readers how to track animals by finding footprints and other clues. Marlene Donnellys lovely illustrations and Millicent Selsams gentle text make this a perfect first book for children with a budding interest in animals and nature. Included is a new Find Out More page with lots of hands-on activities.

4, What's Alive How to tell the difference between living and nonliving things—an essential first skill in scientific sorting and classifying—is explored with hands-on activities and colorful diagrams.

5, From Caterpillar to Butterfly Where did the caterpillar go? It seems to have disappeared, but it hasn't. It has turned into a butterfly! From the time a caterpillar first hatches, it eats so fast that its skin can't keep up. It sheds its skin several times as it grows bigger and bigger. Eventually it forms a shell around itself called a chrysalis. Nothing seems to happen for a long time. But then one day the chrysalis splits open, and a beautiful butterfly emerges. What a magical metamorphosis!

6, Sounds are all around us. Clap your hands, snap your fingers: You're making sounds. Read and find out how people and animals use different kinds of sounds to communicate.


《自然科学启蒙》系列绘本第一辑绘本是由美国海登天文馆馆长弗兰克林. M . 布兰利博士及知名幼教专家罗马· 冈斯主编,联 合数十位插画家历时多年创作而成,已有五十余年出版历史,盛誉全球。本系列共14辑(83册),通过生动形象的图画和浅显易懂的语言,循序渐进地介绍了基 础的自然科学概念,满足孩子对科学世界的好奇心。1~4辑介绍了较为常见和容易理解的自然科学概念,适合3~6岁的孩子阅读。5~14辑进一步探讨了难度 较高的自然科学概念,并加入了需要动手、动脑的延伸阅读内容,适合5~9岁的孩子阅读。


  •     内容全面:每辑囊括人体、天文、动植物、天气、地质、环境、物理等内容。
  •     信息丰富:附加需要动手、动脑的延伸阅读内容,帮孩子开拓思维。
  •     专家审核:每册的文字和图片均由该领域专业人士审核。
  •     分级阅读:依文字难易与科学概念的深浅度分为两个阶段:第一至四辑适合3~6岁阅读, 第五至十四辑适合5~9岁阅读。
  •     朗朗上口:语言简练而不失优美,浅显易懂,适合朗读。





5,《毛毛虫变蝴 蝶》:毛毛虫去哪儿了?它好像消失了,其实没有。它变成了一只蝴蝶。刚孵化出来的毛毛虫吃得又多又快,长得也越来越大,旧的皮肤很快就不能满足生长需要而 脱落。经过几次蜕皮后,它变成蛹,外面包上了一层硬硬的壳。一段时间以后,蛹壳裂开,一只美丽的蝴蝶飞出来了。多么神奇的变化啊!


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