Tiny Science: Atoms and Molecules

Anna Claybourne

Illustrated by Matt Lilly
6-9 years
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09 June 2022
32 pages

Tiny Science - giving MINI-scientists MAXIMUM understanding of the MICROscopic - get to grips with atoms and molecules!

A fun and visual series exploring the science of things we cannot see with the naked eye, zooming right in on the itty-bitty creatures, objects and machines that have an enormous impact on us and the world around us. Perfect for children keen to get up-close to the building blocks of our world.

Tiny Science: Atoms and Molecules places these key parts of life UNDER THE MICROSCOPE to find answers to ATOMazing questions, such as ...

- Aren't atoms un-splittable?
- Why does chocolate melt?
- How do lasers and atoms relate?

Fun cartoon-style illustrations interact with real-life pictures of many amazing microscopic features, making this series ideal for engaging readers aged 8 and up.

It's time to explore the infinitesimal!

Other Tiny Science books in the series:
Genes and DNA

Microscopic Creatures