Secure your bib, open wide, and get ready to unpack the properties of matter. Chemistry is all around us—starting with Baby’s high chair . . .
Are you hungry? . . . Let’s experiment.
Why wait for college when you can teach your toddler advanced science right now? After sterilizing your workstation, prepare to explore solids, which can be combined with liquids to form an optimal mixture. Now test your mixture. Eureka! Isn’t feeding time a total . . . gas? In a bright, graphic board book loaded with dry humor and comic timing, photos of happy, outrageously messy toddlers (and exhausted parents) complement a tongue-in-cheek running dialogue, interspersed with factual asides that define basic concepts of chemistry. So rest assured, with a high chair tray as a lab bench, your precocious little one can master chemistry multiple times a day!
About the Author
Jill Esbaum is a writer of both fiction and nonfiction. Her books includes titles Scholastic’s Nature Numbers series as well as the Little Kids First Big Book, Explore My World, and other series with National Geographic. She is also the author of Jack Knight’s Brave Flight.