All children are naturally little scientists. Scientist: A person engaging in a systematic activity to acquire knowledge that describes and predicts the natural world.
I shared my favorite Science-themed books last week (and math-but still-sciency selection the previous week), but my online pals have some additional ones to share on our blog hop below– be sure to check them out. I’m currently in the middle of science/sci-fi series Divergent and feeling unapologetically YA about it. I finished book #2 in the wee hours last night and will be making a trip back to the library today for book #3 ASAP.
I’ve found Divergent just a bit too mature for my middle-schooler… in a couple years when she’s in high-school (gah!) she can read the series. To my fascination I realized the author basically dreamed up a novels based on personality typing (I’d have an aptitude for Candor faction, fyi.), especially timely after my recent review of Anne Bogel’s new book, Reading People: How Viewing the World Through the Lens of Personality Changes Everything.
And now for the link up!
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