Here is a list of good science books for kids that cover a range of topics and are suitable for various age groups:

  1. “The Magic School Bus” series by Joanna Cole and Bruce Degen
    • A classic series where Ms. Frizzle takes her students on magical science adventures inside the human body, to outer space, and more.
  2. “Ada Twist, Scientist” by Andrea Beaty
    • Follow Ada Twist, a young girl with a passion for science, as she conducts experiments to satisfy her curiosity.
  3. “National Geographic Kids: Everything” series
    • This series covers a variety of topics, including animals, space, history, and more, with engaging photos and fun facts.
  4. “The Darkest Dark” by Chris Hadfield
    • Based on astronaut Chris Hadfield’s childhood, this book tells the story of a boy overcoming his fear of the dark to pursue his dream of becoming an astronaut.
  5. “Rosie Revere, Engineer” by Andrea Beaty
    • Join Rosie, a young aspiring engineer, as she learns the value of perseverance and creativity in pursuing her inventions.
  6. “The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind” by William Kamkwamba and Bryan Mealer
    • Based on a true story, this book follows a young boy in Malawi who builds a windmill to bring electricity to his village.
  7. “Iggy Peck, Architect” by Andrea Beaty
    • Iggy Peck, a young architect, demonstrates the importance of following one’s passion and embracing creativity.
  8. “National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Space” by Catherine D. Hughes
    • An informative and visually appealing book that introduces young readers to the wonders of space.
  9. “Hidden Figures: The True Story of Four Black Women and the Space Race” by Margot Lee Shetterly
    • A picture book adaptation of the remarkable true story of four African American women mathematicians who played crucial roles at NASA.
  10. “The Way Things Work” by David Macaulay
    • A comprehensive and entertaining guide to understanding how machines and everyday objects work, with detailed illustrations.
  11. “What If?: Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions” by Randall Munroe
    • For older kids and teens, this book explores unusual and humorous questions with scientific explanations and illustrations.
  12. “The Usborne Science Encyclopedia”
    • A well-organized and visually appealing encyclopedia covering various science topics, suitable for a wide age range.
  13. “Women in Science: 50 Fearless Pioneers Who Changed the World” by Rachel Ignotofsky
    • Explore the lives and achievements of 50 trailblazing women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
  14. “The Story of Life: A First Book About Evolution” by Catherine Barr
    • An introduction to the concept of evolution for young readers, explaining the diversity of life on Earth.
  15. “The 101 Coolest Simple Science Experiments” by Holly Homer and Rachel Miller
    • A hands-on guide featuring simple and fun science experiments that kids can do at home.

These books cover a range of scientific topics and are sure to captivate young minds with their engaging storytelling and informative content.

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