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Baby Loves Aerospace Engineering!

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Baby Loves Aerospace Engineering! by Ruth Spiro
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Oct 04, 2016 | ISBN 9781607349457
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This colorful new board book uses a simple yet engaging story about a young girl and a bird to explore the wonders of flight, from a bird’s flapping wings, to a plane’s engines, to a rocket’s launch into orbit. In age-appropriate language, Spiro explains how each type of flight works — and how young children can see those principles at work around them every day. Simple enough to appeal to the littlest listeners, but accurate enough to satisfy an expert, this charming new book is a great way to foster a love of science and a curiosity about the world! Illustrator Irene Chan’s bright and stimulating pictures are a perfect complement to this fun story, provide lots of visual interest for pre-readers. It’s a unique way to get kids thinking about the “whys” all around them from an early age — and, as an added bonus for parents, it’s a far more interesting read than the average baby board book. Highly recommended for age 0 to 3.
—A Mighty Girl

Baby Loves Aerospace Engineering is an adorable introduction to the world of aerospace engineering. Your child will delight in bright and bold images as simple text explain the basic fundamentals of flight, from birds to planes to rockets. Ruth Spiro and Irene Chan’s explanations and images will satisfy an expert and captivate your child in this one of a kind STEM board book.Practice this Comprehension Strategy-Retelling: Baby Loves Aerospace Engineering is a wonderful book to practice retelling with your child. After you read, let your child take a turn and read the book to you. Offer help if they need it but otherwise let them lead the way! This is a great strategy to build confidence in their ‘reading’ and strengthen their memory and inference skills. 
—Raising A Reader

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