The Science of Light: Things that Shine, Flash, and Glow (Hardcover)

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The Science of Light: Things that Shine, Flash, and Glow (Hardcover)


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With a striking glow-in-the-dark cover, this intriguing science book invites young readers to find light all around. 

An Orbis Pictus Honor Book

Sun shines.
Stars twinkle.
Aurora borealis glimmers.

Dramatic paintings of lightning, fire, fireworks and more introduces the sources of light—both natural and manmade—and encourage children to look around and observe.

Kids will gasp in surprise at the beautiful glow-in-the-dark cover, and the bold spreads within.  Margaret Peot's distinctive art style captures the elusive nature of light. Bioluminescent squid, fireflies and phytoplankton reveal light sources in living things. Fireworks and light bubbles sparkle on the page. 

This foundational science book will kindle curiosity in physical science and the natural world. The simple text makes science accessible to all ages.

Toddlers will delight in the colorful art at storytime. As they grow, kids will return to this nonfiction favorite and discover new ideas each time. Science vocabulary and definitions are included in the back of the book.
Margaret Peot is an artist, writer, and teacher. She paints costumes for Broadway theater, as well as dance shows and ice shows, and she creates activity book sets and instructional arts and crafts books. She wrote and illustrated Crow Made a Friend, an I Like to Read Book, for Holiday House. 
Product Details ISBN: 9780823448722
ISBN-10: 082344872X
Publisher: Holiday House
Publication Date: December 6th, 2022
Pages: 40
Language: English
"While this book is beautiful and engaging it also makes a great teaching tool which can be enjoyed by a wide range of readers."—School Library Connection

"A breathtaking book that introduces STEM concepts to young learners. . . ."—School Library Journal

"Illuminating, even literally. . . ."—Kirkus Reviews