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Quantum Physics for Babies
Quantum Physics for Babies is a colorfully simple introduction to the principle which gives quantum physics its name. Baby will find out that energy is “quantized” and the weird world of atoms never comes to a stand still. It is never too early to become a quantum physicist!
Newtonian Physics for Babies
Newtonian Physics for Babies introduces Newton’s three laws of motion. Although centuries old, Newton’s laws are still used today to predict the motion of objects at the human scale. With Newton’s laws, we can do simple things like predict where a thrown ball will land all the way to complicated things like landing a man on the moon. And now baby will know them too!
General Relativity for Babies
General Relativity for Babies is a simple introduction to Einstein’s crowning achievement. Baby will learn how mass warps space-time and how spinning black holes can send ripples of gravitational waves through space.
Rocket Science for Babies
Quantum Entanglement for Babies
Quantum Entanglement for Babies is a colorful and simple introduction to one of Nature’s weirdest features. Entanglement has puzzled even the world’s greatest scientists. Maybe with an early start, Baby will be the first to understand it!
Optical Physics for Babies
Optical Physics for Babies is a colorfully simple introduction to the principles of linear optics. Baby will find out what the difference between reflection and refraction is and why both are necessary to create wonderful things, like rainbows.
Goodnight Lab: A Scientific Parody
In the great green lab
There was a laser
And a lab notebook
And a picture of Einstein with a stern look
Life as a scientist can be strenuous. Find comfort in saying good night to everything that is strewn around your laboratory with this sweet parody of the beloved classic Goodnight Moon. While poking fun at the clutter and chaos of lab life, this book gives scientists of all ages the tools needed to say good night and rest before returning to the world of research in the morning!