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by Allan Fowler

eBook All the Colors of the Rainbow (Rookie Read-About Science) download ISBN: 144200701X
Author: Allan Fowler
Publisher: Paw Prints 2009-07-10; Reprint edition (April 9, 2009)
Language: English
ePub: 1434 kb
Fb2: 1665 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Science Nature and How It Works

Overall, Read About Science reader All the Colors of the Rainbow is wonderful, if you are looking for a interesting book about rainbows that is not too hard, however, not dumbed down for a 5 to 8 year old.

8 people found this helpful. This book for young school-aged children provides a very nice explanation of rainbows and prisms and the nature of light. I sent this book to my grandchildren (ages 4 and 6) in San Diego who will likely never see a rainbow where they live. I sent it along with two hanging prisms so that they could make their own rainbows.

Rookie Read-About Physical Science series introduces the youngest readers (Ages 6-7) to physical science .

Rookie Read-About Physical Science series introduces the youngest readers (Ages 6-7) to physical science concepts. Each book features critical-thinking questions throughout the text; a simple, hands-on experiment; a glossary and more. Overall, Read About Science reader All the Colors of the Rainbow is wonderful, if you are looking for a interesting book about rainbows that is not too hard, however, not dumbed down for a 5 to 8 year ol. .Feb 07, 2017 Alex rated it really liked it. I enjoyed this book because I like rainbows. I also enjoyed this book because this book was about rainbows.

Rookie Read-About Physical Science series introduces the youngest readers (Ages 6-7) to physical .

From friendly dolphins to giant pandas, from icebergs and glaciers to energy from the sun, from magnets to solids, liquids, and gases, Rookie Read-About Science is a natural addition to the primary-grade classroom with books that cover every part of the science curricula. Includes: animals, nature, scientific principles, the environment, weather, and much more!

Rookie Read-About Physical Science series introduces the youngest readers (Ages 6-7) to physical science concepts. Rookie Read-About Science (Paperback). By (author) Allan Fowler.

The book is a useful, easy-to-read introduction to the topic. All the Colors of the Rainbow (9780516264158) by Allan Fowler. Rookie Read-About Physical Science series introduces the youngest readers (Ages 6-7) to physical science concepts. ▲. Have a question about this product? Ask us here. Find Related Products.

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10 nonfiction texts about science are presented in a flipbook format. The Read Along option can be activated to hear the text read aloud with word-by-word highlighting. In addition, key content vocabulary words are highlighted in yellow. All About Sound - All the Colors of the Rainbow - Flies Are Fascinating - It Could Still Be a Flower - It Could Still Be a Worm - Life in a Pond - Looking Through a Telescope - Recycle That! - What Is Gravity? - Where Land Meets Sea.

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All the Colors of the Rainbow (Rookie Read-About Science) – by Allan Fowler. Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Minnie’s Rainbow – A fanciful book about rainbows and colors, but it does include a Mylar sheet and instructions on making your own rainbow

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Explains how rainbows are formed by the colors in sunlight shining through water.
Comments: (7)
Phalaken
I read this with my daughter (age 6) for our color/rainbow unit in our homeschool. She loved this book!
This is an excellent add on science book for young children. The book is small with big font for beginning readers. Short in length, however, very informative to children. The pictures are wonderful, mostly real life pictures. Gave my daughter a good science lesson on how rainbows are formed (bending light). I also love how this book talks very briefly about Sir Isaac Newton.
Overall, Read About Science reader All the Colors of the Rainbow is wonderful, if you are looking for a interesting book about rainbows that is not too hard, however, not dumbed down for a 5 to 8 year old.
Modimeena
My 6-year-old grandaughter liked it. I was disturbed by one inaccurate statement in the book, to the effect that mixing light colors give the same result as mixing pigments.
Sarin
This book for young school-aged children provides a very nice explanation of rainbows and prisms and the nature of light. I sent this book to my grandchildren (ages 4 and 6) in San Diego who will likely never see a rainbow where they live. I sent it along with two hanging prisms so that they could make their own rainbows. It was a nice companion gift and their Mom reports that it made a big hit.
Mautaxe
Great series for young readers. Gave my grandsons this books to accompany a prism that they are mesmerized with!
digytal soul
my nices love rainbows. this book answers your childs questions and yours!
Cordantrius
This book was perfect for my preschoolers! I love it!
Hilarious Kangaroo
pretty skimpy book, but simple. Did the job, but expected more.
Grandson (9) loves it. Very educational