This is a book for all the curious kids whose parents won't let them take apart the family's brand new digital camera. The stuff around us has some pretty cool insides that we don't usually get to see. That's why National Geographic Kids is dissecting all kinds of things in How Things Work: Inside Out. Read along as we dissect, explore, and explain how things do what they do. Complete with exciting diagrams and illustrations, accessible explanations, trivia, and fun features, How Things Work: Inside Out explains cell phones, 3D printers, lava lamps, skyscrapers, and everything in between.
I have one of those genius/curious types. Always questioning everything and looking up things no matter where we are.
How Things Work Inside Out is full of colorful, easy to read information that is perfect for kids ages 7 and up. It is full of fun facts, graphic details which will definitely please the types who need to see how something works from the inside.
Why do trick candles always relight? It's in there. You will learn the chemistry of the candle and take a closer look at how these things work including 3D printers, cell phones and more. It really is a very interesting book.