Literary Classics is an organization dedicated to promoting excellence in literature. Through our AWARDS, BOOK REVIEWS, and SEAL OF APPROVAL PROGRAM, we help you sort through the many books in circulation today. It is our goal to help you select the finest books available. Additionally, our programs offer opportunities for publishers, authors and illustrators to receive recognition for providing excellence in literature.
Sunday, May 25, 2014
What's the Matter, by Renee Heiss, Earns the Literary Classics Seal of Approval
What's the Matter? is a great read for little ones. --It took us a while to pick up on the double entendre in this book's title... but by then we were already hooked. Author, Renee Heiss, has created a fun and interesting book about the states of matter from frozen, to liquid and then gas as told in relation to a personified patch of ice. It is a sad state of affairs when the EnteleTrons discover that the temperature is rising and Ice is in peril of turning into a liquid. The EnteleTrons stay with Ice as he transforms into Liquid and then Gas. Easy to understand and extremely interesting, this book is a great way to teach kids about states of matter. Within the book, there are options to click on links to a video where kids can learn how to make their own thermometer with household items and another link showing how to make a barometer.
What's the Matter? comes highly recommended and we look forward to reading more books in the EntelTron series.
LITERARY CLASSICS Book Reviews & Awards http://literaryclassicsreviews.com
Subscribe to: Posts (Atom)