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How Did Whales Get So Big? And Other Curious Questions about Animals, Nature, Geology, and Planet Earth

By: MinuteEarth(Author)
120 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: Dragonfruit
How Did Whales Get So Big?
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  • How Did Whales Get So Big? ISBN: 9781642506310 Hardback Nov 2021 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Have you ever wondered where Earth's water came from? Or why leaves change colour in the fall? Humans are all curious creatures, and children are the most curious of all. In their debut illustrated science book, the team behind the popular YouTube channel MinuteEarth answers all of your child's wackiest questions alongside engaging images of the natural world.

Amazing science for children, explained simply. With over 300 million views, MinuteEarth simplifies such serious subjects as geology, ecology, and biology for kids. Featuring their signature puns and fun illustrations, this first book in the MinuteEarth Explains series explores topics ranging from strange animal behaviour to extreme weather, making science entertaining and unforgettable.

Curious questions about our awesome planet. Whether your child is obsessed with the wonder of nature, can't learn enough about dinosaurs, or is fascinated by volcanoes, MinuteEarth Explains captures their imagination and fosters an interest in animals, the earth, and ocean life. By combining humour with rigorous research, this book of science for children is sure to provide engaging learning.

Age Level: Junior scientist

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MinuteEarth is a team of scientists, writers, and illustrators working to foster a love of science and stewardship of our planet. Their audience includes people of all ages, backgrounds, and from every country on earth. Their videos have been translated into several languages, including Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, and Italian. They have also launched a TV show in Japan, MinuteBody, exploring curious things about the human body.

Their YouTube videos explore topics ranging from animal behaviour to earth science and public health. They combine rigorous research, quirky humour, and distinctive stick figures to convey complex scientific information in an engaging and approachable way.


By: MinuteEarth(Author)
120 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: Dragonfruit
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