Series: Look inside
By Minna Lacey
A fun and informative flap book introducing young children to the wonders of science. Science topics from nature to forces and the human body are brought to life with colourful illustrations, flaps to lift, simple facts and fun experiments to try at home. Full of surprises to keep enquiring minds entertained, including flaps beneath flaps, sliding tabs and even a mini booklet crammed with information on the planets. Includes simple practical experiments for children to try themselves.
“This is quite simply an amazing fact-packed book, which covers a range of science-related subjects in a way that young children will love.”
First 4 Dads
Minna Lacey has been writing books for Usborne since 2004, about all kinds of topics - from machines and nature to Christopher Columbus and the Olympics. Born in London, Minna worked as a journalist in Bogota, Colombia, and New York before returning to London to write. She loves reading, drawing, photography, ping pong and Salsa dancing, and has two children called Finn and Poppy.
Read the following reviews or write one of your own.
“Look inside science”
Gifted it to my 6 yrs old nephew. He just loves the book.
Dr Sarika Dakshikar
“In common with all Usborne titles, this book is cram-packed with information, presented clearly and informatively. Children will have great fun searching out all the flaps (over 110 of them!) and finding the entertaining pictures hidden beneath them. There is just the right blend of information and pictures, with odd snippets of humour along the way to keep their attention...This is a super introduction to science and a great way to get children involved.”
Parents in Touch
“Packed with fun and has over 110 flaps to lift... full of 'lessons' any child of eight-plus (and any adult) would find fascinating.”
Newbury Weekly News
“Any kids’ book that causes you, the parent, to give yourself a mental high five is a total winner. We’ll have more of these, thanks!”