A two-book set, "Space. Microworld" is an excellent opportunity to introduce a child to the basics of biology and astronomy. The set includes two illustrated encyclopedias, and each one will reveal many secrets of the surrounding world to a young reader.
Invisible World. Knowledge book
This book tells about the microworld and its tiny inhabitants. Reading it, a child learns about the structure of the cell and of bacteria, and learns the basics of using a microscope by conducting simple biological experiments. This encyclopedia is an excellent study aid for a beginner microbiologist.
Space. Non-empty emptiness. Knowledge book
With this book, a young reader will become an expert on outer space. The child will be acquainted with the structure of the Solar system; will learn everything about the planets, the Moon and the Sun; and learn to distinguish between meteors and meteorites. The book also tells about deep-sky objects and the basics of astronomical observations.
The encyclopedias are written in a lively and easy-to-read language – the core audience of the book is children over 6 years old. Each book contains many colorful illustrations and useful practical information – and instructions for conducting simple scientific experiments at home.
|Author||Invisible World: O. Mazur|
Space. Non-empty emptiness: O. Mazur, D. Savchin
|Number of pages||Invisible World: 96|
Space. Non-empty emptiness: 144
|Year of release||2017|