Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science Stage 6 (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. 

Book Titles:

1, Our Skin Ka-choo! Brrr. Yawnnnn. Have you ever wondered what makes you sneeze when you're in a dusty room? Or shiver when you get out of the bathtub? Or yawn when you're tired? All of these actions are reflexes. Your body makes them happen even though you don't tell it to. Budding young scientists will be amazed as Melvin Berger and Paul Meisel reveal the mysteries behind the reflexes that happen in our bodies every day and offer fun-filled experiments to try on family and friends.

2, Ant Cities
Did you know that ants have jobs? Ants may not look like they are doing anything important, but each ant that lives in a hill has a special job, whether it is cleaning the nest, digging new tunnels or gathering food. And in each ant city there is a queen ant who is busy laying eggs.In this popular Stage 2 Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science book, Arthur Dorros explores the fascinating and complex ways in which these industrious insects work together to keep their ant cities alive.

3,The International Space Station The International Space Station races through space at 17,500 miles per hour. How do people live there? What may they discover? Find out the story of the twenty-first century's great scientific adventure.
4, Where Does the Wind Blow? Feel the wind blowing gently across your face. Watch it ripple the grasses, sway the branches, and push the clouds across the sky. Where does it come from? Where does it go? This endearing story was written by the author when her young son lived half way around the world. It is a loving reminder that some experiences still link them, regardless of distance. The wind is one of these, connecting all of us on this planet we call home.
5, Why Frogs Are WetFrogs can jump thirty times their own body length, catch insects on the wing, and breathe underwater or on land. But they must always keep their skins wet. Read and find out why!
6, What Makes Day and NightAccompanied by NASA photographs and Dorros’s colorful, lively drawings, the text explains the Earth’s rotation in clear and simple terms. An experiment using a lamp as the ‘sun’ further clarifies the principles introduced.’


 《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。
  • 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。 
  1.  《我们的皮肤》 我们的身体从头到脚都包裹着什么东西呢?没错,就是皮肤!皮肤能够阻止细菌和其他脏东西进入我们的身体。不过,有时侯它也很敏感,需要好好保护。读一读,看看我们的皮肤究竟有哪些奥秘吧。
  2.     蚂蚁城市》 当一只蚂蚁钻进一个小土丘不见了的时候,你曾经很好奇地想知道它到哪儿去了吗?在这座土丘底下,很可能有几千米的通道和几百个房间呢。读了这本书,你也能自己做一个蚂蚁农场哦。
  3.   《人类如何飞向天空》 几百年来,有无数的人们梦想在空中飞翔。这其中有数不尽的试验和失败,可是到了今天,飞行已经是很普遍的事了。这本书告诉你,这些飞行梦想家怎样克服重重障碍,终于使人类与飞机能够自由自在翱翔天际。
  4.   《风从哪里来》 你感受过风轻拂你的脸颊吗?你听到风从窗前低声吟唱了吗?你知道有时候风的速度比汽车还快吗?读一读这本书,了解更多关于风的奥秘,学着制作你自己的风向标吧!
  5.   《为什么青蛙湿漉漉的》 青蛙能跳自己体长三十倍的距离,能捕捉飞行中的小虫子,能在水下或陆地上呼吸……不过,无论如何,它们必须保持皮肤湿漉漉的。读一读这本书,你就能明白其中的奥秘啦!
  6.  《为什么会有白天和黑夜》 如果你住在月球上,会发现那里的白天和黑夜分别有两个星期那么长!在地球上,我们也有白天和黑夜,不过加起来只有二十四小时,这多亏了地球旋转得快。用一盏灯当太阳,你自己当地球,看看为什么会有白天和黑。

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