How Things Work Facts and Fun Questions and Answers Things to Make and Do by Okido
  

Synopsis

How Things Work Facts and Fun Questions and Answers Things to Make and Do by Okido

How Things Work is a hands-on, action-packed title to share with young children. The starting point is the child and the questions they ask about how things work, from how to build a house to what powers a rocket to reach the moon. The title is organized around key questions: Whats it made from? Hows it made? What makes things go? What makes things move? What are sound and light? How do we keep in touch? How big or small? Who does what? There are things to do both on and off the page, including games, recipes and craft activities. The book is aimed at children of four and over to use at pre-school, school and at home.

Reviews

This eye-catching book of infographics explains how different processes work. . . . A solid addition for general collections or those in need of science-related activity books.

About the Author

OKIDO is an innovative group of designers, illustrators and authors, who create and art-and-science magazine of the same name for young children. Dr Sophie Dauvois teaches university level science, and Rachel Ortas is an illustrator and artist-in-residence at Central Saint Martins.

More books by this author

Other Formats

Book Info

Format

Hardback
64 pages

Author

Okido
More books by Okido

Publisher

Publication date

13th April 2015

ISBN

9780500650448


I love lovereading4kids because I’ve read amazing books I would never have picked up, and its opened doors to new genre’s I now love.

Harriet Cunningham

I love Lovereading as it provides an honest opinion and showcases a range of fiction. Suited to both parents & kids alike, it’s a must-use.

Georgie Rowe – age 16

Lovereading is just a convenient way to find new books and hear others opinions on them.

Sarah Murray – age 15

You give me age appropriate ideas of books I can read and buy for the children and find out what other children their age think of them too.

Katie Lonsdale

Love “Lovereading4kids” as my son gets to hear about & read new books before his mates which keeps him interested in reading=a very happy Mum

Liz Evans

It’s a community united by a passion for books and promoting the best there is in children’s literature.

Sam Bateman and family

I have told all my friends, family & teachers to see for themselves just how great the site is. Without fail, they are hugely impressed.

Alexander Boxall – age 11

I love finding new books to read. My mummy and me look at the new ones coming out. I have written reviews of some of them!

Jessica Cobbin – age 7
Lovereading

Lovereading 4 schools