Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science Stage 2 (6 Books)

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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,What's It Like to Be a Fish Goldfish are the focus of this overview; several other fish are illustrated and labeled, but without supporting text or size comparisons. Facts about physiology are explained in an elementary manner. The author compares piscine and human breathing, states the function and structure of scales, discusses feeding habits and blood temperature, and provides other basic information. Step-by-step instructions for setting up a goldfish bowl are included. The pen-and-ink, watercolor, and pastel illustrations are adequate. A useful addition to a subject area that has a paucity of material on this level.

2,How Animal Babies Stay Safe A baby scorpion rides on its mother′s back.A baby alligator hides in its mother′s mouth! What about a baby leopard? A baby elephant?Read and find out how animal babies stay safe.

3,What Make a Shadow When you run, your shadow runs. But you can never catch it! What makes a shadow? Where does it come from? When the sun is shining, everything has its own shadow -- trees, houses, cars, even clouds and planes way up in the sky. You have a shadow, too. As the sun sets, all shadows become part of a much larger one -- the night!With simple words and charming illustrations, Clyde Robert Bulla and June Otani explain how shadows are produced. Young readers will discover what makes the shadows they see and will be introduced to the fun of making shadows of their own.

4,Where Do Chicks Come From Read and find out all about eggs -- and how baby chicks grow inside of them. Learn how chicks develop,how they get the food they need to grow, and how a mother hen helps keep them safe in this simple introduction to the life cycle of a baby chick.

5,My Feet We use our feet all the time! With her trademark simple words and delightful pictures, Aliki explains the many ways our feet are important to us. Our feet hold us up, help us balance, and most importantly, take us wherever we want to go. 

6,My Hands In simple words and pictures, the author explains the many different ways our hands are important to us. Every day, in summer and in winter, our hands, and our feet, help us to work, play, enjoy and explore the world around us. From the author of "Manners" and "Feelings".


《自然科学启蒙》系列绘本第二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。
  • 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。 









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