Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science Stage 5 (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.
 Book Titles:   

1. What Is the World Made ofDid you ever walk through a wall? Drink a glass of blocks? Have you ever played with a lemonade doll, or put on milk for socks? This latest addition to the Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science series introduces the youngest readers to an important science concept: the differences between solids, liquids, and gases. Any child who wants to know why he can't walk through a wall will enjoy Kathleen Zoehfeld's simple text and Paul Meisel's playful illustrations.

 2. Be a Friend to Trees Why should you be a friend to trees? Trees are a valuable natural resource. People depend on trees for food, and animals depend on trees for food and shelter. But most important, we depend on trees because they add oxygen, a gas we all need, to the air. While trees give us many wonderful products, we must also protect them because we can't live without them.  

3. Honey in a Hive In spring and summer, honeybees gather nectar to make into honey. These fascinating insects live and work together in complicated societies, complete with queen bees and workers. Read and find out about honeybees and their creation -- honey!
  
4. Dolphin Can Talk Dolphins are smart. They are so smart that they can talk to each other. Dolphins communicate underwater for the same reason people talk on land: to let others know who they are, where they are, and maybe even how to feel. Also included are activities that explore how dolphins talk to each other.
  
5. The Planets in Our Solar System Where is it partly cloudy and 860°F? Venus. Read about the eight planets in our solar system and Earth's special place in it. This book also includes instructions for making your own solar system mobile, and on the new "Find Out More" page learn how to track the moon and visit the best plant web sites.
  
6. Hear Your Heart Night and day, whether you're asleep or awake, your heart is always beating. Read and find out how your heart works and how to keep it healthy.

  

自然是一个大大的美丽世界,精彩纷呈,奥秘无限。我们用科学启蒙儿童的自然教育。小朋友们,快来一起探索认识熟悉又陌生的自然世界吧! 

 《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。   

丛书特色  

  • 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s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。 
  图书清单:  

1. 《认识固体、液体和气体》你能让冰块消失吗?把冰块放在暴晒的人行道上,它就会融化成水,然后彻底消失!因为冰块从固体变成液体,然后又变成气体了,读一读,找找看,更多关于物质三种形态的奥秘等着你去发现哦!

2. 《和树做朋友》树是一种非常有价值的自然资源。人类从树上采集果实,动物在树上安家、找食。最重要的是,我们离不开树,因为树能为我们提供所需要的氧气。树给予我们许多丰富多彩的产品。我们必须保护树,没有它们,我们就无法生存。

 
3. 《蜂巢探春夏时节,蜜蜂在花间采蜜,酿造蜂蜜。它们真是让人啧啧称奇的昆虫。这些勤劳的小家伙一起工作,一起生活,就像我们人类一样,分工明确,各负其责,组成一个大家庭:蜂王产卵,工蜂劳作。读一读,找找看,你了解多少关于蜜蜂及蜂蜜的知识呢? 

4. 
《会说话的海豚》海豚是非常聪明的海洋动物,能够相互交谈。陆地上的人类需要交流,同样,海豚在水中也需要交流:让同伴知道它们是谁,在哪儿,感觉如何。读一读,找找看,海豚相互之间是怎样交谈的。

 
5. 《我们赖以生存的地球》你知道吗?每天,你都乘着飞船在太空中穿梭。这艘飞船就是地球。地球上有我们维持生存所必需的一切:谁、食物,还有氧气。和航天飞机不同,地球上有许多可再生的资源。读一读,找找看,为什么说地球是一艘多么了不起的飞船呢?
 
6. 《听听你的心跳》白天和晚上,不论你是睡着或是醒着,你的心脏一直都在不停地跳动。这本书告诉你,心脏是怎么运动的?怎样才能让它健健康康的? 

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