LEGO Science: A Lego Adventure in the Real World
Did you know that the blue whale could blow up 1,250 balloons in a single breath? Or that the Earth's core is as hot as the surface of the sun?
Including information about almost every scientific topic in the universe, readers will find out everything they ever wanted to know about fascinating animals, electricity, energy, weather, our galaxy, technology of tomorrow, and so much more. They'll even meet real-life scientists and read all about their exciting work. Complete with hundreds of stunning photographs, fun facts, mini comics, and building ideas, LEGO Science is the perfect book for young readers curious about science. Includes a buildable scientist minifigure
The LEGO(R) nonfiction series is exceptional as it combines the world's most powerful toy brand with the most trusted name in children's publishing.
Penny Arlon writes children's nonfiction, taking inspiration from her own children. Her books range from preschool titles to family reference books, and include the Art Attack books, based on the award-winning CITV (UK) children's television program, and all 14 titles in Dorling Kindersley's Eye Know series. She is the author of almost all the books in the Scholastic Discover More emergent and confident reader strands, which have won numerous accolades and prizes.