Popular Literature 2014

Popular Literature 2014

Popular Literature 2014
Secret download viaSelecting the top 10 books is a rather difficult task, because a great many of them are published. Therefore, probably, it is worth explaining the selection criteria. It seems to me, in the first place, books that are unusual in the form of the material and its structure are of interest. Therefore, in this list there is not a single habitual encyclopedia – precisely because of their “habit”. This included unexpected and amazing publications, and sometimes just funny books about science and everything connected with it. Any of them will be a great New Year’s gift. The most winter bookLena Schoenberg. “Hot facts about ice.” Scooter, 2014 This is an excellent winter book, it has a lot of children’s questions and answers that are understandable to children. Did you imagine that there is salt ice, spring ice, drift ice, pack ice and even ice lard in the world? Let’s open a secret: the so-called accumulation of ice needles mixed with water. Have you ever heard ice music? It turns out that you can make a musical instrument out of ice blocks – an ice guitar or an ice violin. Lumps of ice suspended on ropes can be used as bells. For whom? A good winter gift under the Christmas tree for younger students.The fastest bookMike Goldsmith. “Scientific discoveries in 30 seconds.” RIPOL Classic, 2014 Ripol has already released three books in the 30 Seconds series, and they are all wonderful. In addition to the “Discoveries”, it is “Earth in 30 seconds” and “Cosmos in 30 seconds”. The principle of books is simple: each page is one topic that can be mastered in 30 seconds, and a task that can be done in about the same time. In our book – 30 discoveries that turned the world upside down. Scientific theories are presented in historical order, so that the child makes discoveries with humanity. The book has a lot of infographics, color and fonts are unusually used. She, like the entire series, is focused on modern children and speaks the same language with them. Read about Mike Goldsmith’s other book, Eureka, on our website. For whom? For older preschoolers and younger schoolchildren, for those who ask the question “why” a hundred times a day? The most confusing book is V. Levshin, Em.Alexandrova. “In the maze of numbers. Travel from A to Z with all the stops. ” ID Meshcheryakova, 2014 This is an old Soviet book that has long been awaiting reissue. Boy Chit, making his way through the maze, enters the rooms, marked with letters from “A” to “I”. In each room, his companion Arithmetic or Ari explains to him some mathematical principle associated with the corresponding letter. In each room, readers are invited to solve simple examples and problems associated with set, roots, fractions, etc.

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