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British Science Week- Books that encourage the love of Science

By LoveReading4Kids on 1st March 2019

From the 8th-17th March it's British Science week! 

This year there is a huge variety of things to do and plenty of ways you can get invloved! 

Check out the activity packs for kids on the main website:

A way to get learning Science is to check out some great books to inspire you. Whether that's a space book or human Biology! We have a great list of STEM books right here: 

One of our top pics is 'The Sticky, Stinky Science Book' by Kris Hirschmann. This book dives into fun activities to do at home, whether this is a gross science experiment making gloopy slime to taking shells off raw eggs without breaking it! Experiments also include factual entries about the crazy and gross science in the real world, making this book a fun and factual read! 

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Another great read is '15 Minute STEM' by Emily Hunt. With 40 quick and easy STEM activities to do at home each with step-by-step instructions, it's a great way to boost creativity and imagination! 

Find the book below: Hunt.html

An amazing way of boosting creativity is by reading stories based on cool and unique science. A great book that mixes science with the sense of adventure is 'Max Einstein The Genius Experiment' by James Patterson. Max Einstein is a 12-year-old who works with a diverse group of young geniuses to solve the world's toughest problems through science. 

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Another cool science fiction book is the Tara Binns series by lisa Rajan, her latest being 'Tara Binns Double-quick Doctor'. Each story in this book banded series has a reading guide at the back which provides pratical support, stimulating STEM activity ideas. Tara Binns could help inspire girls to open their eyes to their full potential with this captivating STEM book series. 

Find the 'Double-quick Doctor here:

We have hundreds more STEM books to inspire kids on our main page. Check them out, you may find your perfect science book in time for The British Science Week!

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And remember, get reading STEM! 

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