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FUN STEM books for Kids! 📚


STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education is becoming increasingly important in today's world, and it's never too early to start getting kids interested in these subjects. One way to do this is by introducing them to fun and engaging books that make STEM topics come alive. Here are some great STEM books for kids that are both educational and entertaining:

  1. The Magic School Bus series by Joanna Cole - This beloved series of books follows Ms. Frizzle and her class as they embark on wild and wacky science adventures. From exploring the human body to journeying to the center of the Earth, these books are full of fun facts and exciting experiments that are sure to inspire a love of science in young readers.

  2. Rosie Revere, Engineer by Andrea Beaty - This delightful picture book tells the story of a young girl named Rosie who loves to invent things. With the help of her great-great-aunt Rose, Rosie learns that failure is just another step on the path to success, and that persistence and determination can help her achieve her dreams.

  3. Ada Twist, Scientist by Andrea Beaty - Another book by the same author as "Rosie Revere, Engineer," this story follows a young girl named Ada who is always asking questions and conducting experiments. When her curiosity leads her to some unexpected results, Ada learns that sometimes the best discoveries come from mistakes.

  4. The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind by William Kamkwamba - This inspiring true story tells the tale of a young boy in Malawi who used his ingenuity and resourcefulness to build a windmill that provided electricity for his village. With themes of perseverance and creativity, this book is sure to inspire young readers to think outside the box and pursue their passions.

  5. Science Comics series by various authors - This series of graphic novels covers a wide range of STEM topics, from coral reefs to robots. With engaging illustrations and easy-to-understand explanations, these books make complex topics accessible and fun for young readers.

  6. Nerdycorn is a great book about STEM for younger readers. The story is about a unicorn but she isn’t your usual unicorn…she loves chemistry and math more than glitter or flowers—and she refuses to change who she is in this sweet and empowering picture book about being yourself—and standing up for yourself, too!

  7. How Does My Home Work? by Chris Butterworth. The inner workings of a home are laid out for kids in fun, retro illustrations jam-packed with the technology behind everyday life.


Whether your child is already passionate about STEM or just starting to explore these subjects, these books are sure to inspire curiosity, creativity, and a love of learning. Happy reading!

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