Tour and Giveaway for Explore the World of Chemistry: The Ultimate Alphabet Book for Nanoscale Scientists! by Christi Sperber


Join us for this tour from Dec 2 to Dec 15, 2020!

Book Details:

Book Title:  Explore the World of Chemistry: The Ultimate Alphabet Book for Nanoscale Scientists! by Christi Sperber
Category:  Children’s Fiction (Ages 3-7),  26 pages
Genre:  Children’s Picture Book
Publisher:  Nanoscale Scientists Publishing LLC
Release date:   Oct 2020, 2020
Format available for review:  print, ebook (PDF)
Will send print books out:  USA
Tour dates: Dec 2 to Dec 15, 2020
Content Rating:  G. This children’s book is for everyone.

Book Description:

Explore the World of Chemistry: The Ultimate Alphabet Book for Nanoscale Scientists is the perfect way to jump-start your child’s interest in chemistry with engaging images and relatable concepts. Whether recognizing and learning their letters, expanding their vocabulary, or learning important chemistry concepts, this book has them covered. It caters to children of all ages (and adults too!) with the important science information, beautiful illustrations, and a format that appeals to different learning styles (reading out loud for audible learners and colorful illustrations for visual learners) – this book is sure to engage any reader.

This book contains a selection of words gathered from the following titles by Christi Sperber: The General Chemistry Alphabet Book The Organic Chemistry Alphabet Book The Inorganic Chemistry Alphabet Book, and The Biochemistry Alphabet Book

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Explore the World of Chemistry: The Ultimate Alphabet Book for Nanoscale Scientists! by Christi Sperber is not your ordinary alphabet book, this is for sure. It is a book that children of all ages will enjoy reading. Small children will learn their alphabet, older ones will learn a lot of scientific words and their meaning. I love the bright vibrant colors of this book, and any child will love choosing this book just by the cover. The cover design by Elly Vergunst is very striking and Endi Astiko does an amazing job with the illustrations. The characters and backgrounds are adorable and so colorful. Explore the World of Chemistry would be a wonderful addition to your child’s library as well as any library or place where children will be. I enjoyed reading this book by Christi Sperber and I think you and your child will as well.

A special thanks to the author/publisher for a copy of this book. I am not required to write a positive review, the opinions here are mine alone. I am disclosing this with my review in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

I encourage you to read Christi Sperber’s Guest Post below to learn about the STEM concepts way of learning

Guest Post from Christi Sperber

One topic: STEM concepts at early age

When I was growing up, my parents always encouraged STEM learning in our house. My brother and I always participated in the science fair each year (which he won almost every year) which was great for encouraging critical thinking and problem-solving skills. I did not know at the time that my experiences participating in the science fair were going to be beneficial to me later. In addition, my dad was a chemical engineer and whenever he helped us with our homework he would always make sure he explained every concept to us so we could fully understand the problems and think logically through a problem instead of just using basic equations that we memorized. This was a great way to teach us, but only if we had three hours to spare on one homework problem.

My brother, who is three years older than me, used to make up extra math problems for me to solve that he was learning in his math class. I specifically remember that he taught me about graph coordinates and how to draw a graph at least six months before I was introduced to it in my own class. The concept seemed so easy to me at that point and I could not figure out why it was baffling so many students.

Since I was already exposed to graph coordinates, the concept was not intimidating; that is why I think it is extremely important for children to be introduced to STEM concepts starting at a young age. In my experience, most students are intimidated by STEM subjects and therefore either disengage from classroom discussion when STEM is being taught, or just skip the class all together. By showing children terminology and basic concepts used in STEM you can foster a mentality that STEM is fun and intriguing, and it is not something to be afraid of or intimidated by. “N is for Noble gas” is a page in my alphabet book, Explore the World of Chemistry, and it has a brief definition that states: “Noble gases are gases, like helium, that do not react often”. The reader does not need to know what helium is, and maybe they have never heard of it before, but the colorful and fun picture shows children playing with balloons which is something children can relate to. These concepts serve as a primer for children so that they become familiar with STEM concepts early in life.

Meet the Author:

When Christi Sperber was pregnant with her first daughter, Emma, she wanted to add STEM books to Emma’s bookshelf. But the Mom who has a Master’s in Chemistry noticed that there weren’t many chemistry-related books available for babies and toddlers. The few that did exist, she noticed, weren’t factually correct. That’s when Sperber had an idea: launch her own publishing company – Nanoscale Scientists Publishing LLC – to introduce young kids to the wonderful world of science at an early age.

connect with the author:  website ~ facebook ~ pinterest ~ instagram ~ goodreads
Tour Schedule:

Dec 2 – Reading is My Passion – book review / guest post
Dec 2 – Splashes of Joy – book review / guest post / giveaway
Dec 3 – Because I said so — and other adventures in Parenting – book review / author interview / giveaway
Dec 4 – Cheryl’s Book Nook – book review / giveaway
Dec 4 – Rockin’ Book Reviews – book review / guest post / giveaway
Dec 7 – Pick a Good Book – book review / author interview / giveaway
Dec 8 – Library of Clean Reads – book review / giveaway
Dec 8 – Rajiv’s Reviews – book review / giveaway
Dec 9 – Jazzy Book Reviews – book review / guest post / giveaway
Dec 10 – The Review Crew – book review / guest post / giveaway
Dec 11 – Locks, Hooks and Books – book review / author interview / giveaway
Dec 14 – Amy’s Booket List – book review / giveaway
Dec 15 – I’m Into Books – book review / giveaway

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