StyleNest round up the best science and nature books for your little bookworms, to celebrate World Book Day, 6 March 2014.
Capture your child’s imagination this World Book Day with our pick of the most engaging, informative and simply delightful science and nature books. Not only will it help them engage with learning and school, but will truly bring the world to life around them.
What on Earth? Wallbook of Science & Engineering
Delight young minds with this book where reading can be right to left, left to right, top to bottom or vice versa and learn how humans have shaped the modern world. It is packed full of information to get lost in for hours.
Professor Astrocat’s Frontiers of Space
Award Winning Animation from Ben Newman makes this an enchanting read for children and grown ups alike. Let Professor Astrocat guide you through the stars to the very frontiers of Space.
How The World Works
An amazing book to learn about our incredible planet. Beautiful illustrations come alive with pages to pull-outs, flaps to lift and dials to turn helping to reveal the wonders of the earth.
The Bumper Book of Nature
A treasure trove of wonderful activities to help your child fall in love with the natural world. Whether you live in a city, suburb or deep in the countryside it will inspire and entertain from dawn to dusk.
A visual feast for all ages. Beautiful illustrations depict geographical features as well as places of cultural and historical interest. There’s even a selection of carefully drawn animals and plants to grab the attention of budding zoologists.
Age of the Dinosaur
Bringing alive the giant reptiles that roamed the earth millions of years ago this dinosaur book is sure to be a hit with the entire family.
The Everything Kids Science Experiment Book
Challenge the world around you with this instructive book which will help you construct fun and informative science experiments in your very own home.
Usborne See Inside Science
This book gives little enquiring minds and hands a glimpse behind the mysteries of science as well as explaining the basic principles that make the world go round.
A Bee in The Cathedral
An imaginative and engaging book which uses fun and interesting comparisons from the modern world to excite, inform and help it all make sense.
Every good scientist needs to accurately record all the results of the experiments inspired by all their reading. This lovely notebook has a hand silk screen printed cover and contains enchanting silhouettes on every page.
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