Book Review: Newtonian Physics for Babies
Complex Science Made Simple
Newtonian Physics for Babies is just one of the many books by Chris Ferrie that simplify scientific concepts for kids interested in STEM.
Chris Ferrie is actually a scientist, and he has a knack for being able to convey complex science messages in a simple way. In this case he explains Newtonian Physics.
In just 24 pages, with an average of one line per page, Chris has managed to explain Newtons Laws. This book uses a ball as an example showing forces being applied, and it finished with the famous apple falling from a tree.
Gravity, force, and mass; all explained simply in this book.
Chris Ferrie Books
Chris has written a whole series of books, which you can find on his website.
I love science books, and love it when my kids read science books. Kids will learn and have fun reading Newtonian Physics for Babies, and I recommend this book be added to your kids book collection. A great introduction to STEM learning.
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