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by Bill Slavin

Download Transformed: How Everyday Things Are Made eBook
ISBN:
1554532442
Author:
Bill Slavin
Category:
Science Nature & How It Works
Language:
English
Publisher:
Kids Can Press; Reprint edition (August 1, 2007)
Pages:
160 pages
EPUB book:
1353 kb
FB2 book:
1578 kb
DJVU:
1379 kb
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Rating:
4.3
Votes:
250


I got this for my son who just turned 5. He loves to learn how things work and how things are made and is forever asking questions.

His works include Stanley's Party and The Bear on the Bed He lives in Millbrook, Ontario. I got this for my son who just turned 5. Each two-page spread uses drawings to illustrate how an everyday item is made. The descriptions are detailed enough for an older child but simple enough that I can "reword" them a little on-the-fly so that they're easy for him to understand.

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Автор: Slavin Bill Название: Transformed: How Everyday Things Are Made Издательство . Описание: In this big book crammed with info and illustrations, kids will discover how nature is transformed into everyday items.

2007 Язык: ENG Размер: 2. 4 x 2. 2 x . 4 cm Поставляется из: США Описание: In this big book crammed with info and illustrations, kids will discover how nature is transformed into everyday items.

in their book Transformed: How Everyday Things are Made-a book that is at once informative and delightful. It is easier to interest someone in how things work if you start with familiar household items-and this book does an excellent job of focusing on items of interest.

The authors have managed to achieve a rare and delicate balance in their book Transformed: How Everyday Things are Made-a book that is at once informative and delightful. This book belongs to the "how things work" genre, and while it invites comparison with David Macaulay's The Way Things Work, this book clearly stands apart in subject matter and presentation.

Transformed by Bill Slavin 9781554532445 (Paperback, 2005) Delivery UK delivery is usually within 10 to 12 working days. Read full description. Transformed How Everyday Things Are Made by Bill Slavin 9781554532445. Brand new: lowest price.

Book Description Hardback. Condition: Very Good. The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged.

How Everyday Things Are Made. by Bill Slavin & illustrated by Bill Slavin.

My daughter was enthralled. MiguelPut, August 4, 2014. Written by a customer while visiting librarything. 0 0. Customer Q&A.

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CDs start out as sand. Blackboard chalk comes from tiny sea creatures. The objects all around us --- every single product in the world --- is made from elements found in nature. Discover how nature is transformed into more than 60 things we eat, drink, play with, wear or use every day. Technology changes constantly, but the stages raw materials go through to become finished objects remain much the same. On every page of this big book, these processes are described and illustrated step by step. The text and artwork combine playfulness with encyclopedic attention to detail. This unique and fascinating book will inform and entertain every step of the way. Includes a glossary, index and further resources to help children, parents and teachers.
  • Zololmaran
This is the perfect book to answer the 3-year-old's questions about how metal and plastic are made, and how they then get made into objects we use. Following in the tradition of the David McCauley books, the illustrations and descriptions are both clear and entertaining, and not just for kids! I bought a copy for myself after I gave one to the three-year-old.
  • Braswyn
Whimsical illustrations and good explanations. Great book for a curious kid. Answers all the questions, including some I never had!
  • Tenius
Thank you to the others who reviewed this book and convinced me to order it. My 6 and 9 yr. olds have genuinely enjoyed this book, bringing it out to read instead of watching TV in the evenings. As the others have said, the illustrations alone will inform the reader a great deal about whatever is being discussed, so it is appropriate for reluctant or early readers. The text offers addition information, of course, and also cool facts that my children like to quiz me on and repeat to their friends. It gets my daughter reading about technology, a new development in her world of fairies and princesses.
  • Drelahuginn
I got this for my son who just turned 5. He loves to learn how things work and how things are made and is forever asking questions. Each two-page spread uses drawings to illustrate how an everyday item is made. The descriptions are detailed enough for an older child but simple enough that I can "reword" them a little on-the-fly so that they're easy for him to understand. He and my 7-year-old daughter both find the book very fascinating and have enjoyed sitting down and looking at the pictures even though neither of them is a totally fluent reader yet.
  • BroWelm
We have owned this book for at least 4 years now and my son, who is now 10, keeps coming back to it and is absorbed for long stretches reading it. My 13 year old daughter still likes to pick it up, and now my 6 year daughter likes us or a sibling to read it to her. One of our perennial favorites in the non-fiction category. For the techies and non-techies in our house, this has been great.
  • Fonceiah
My son would only ever read captain underpants, but I finally got him reading something else with this! He's 8, so the colorful pictures and illustrations kept him interested while he actually read and learned something!
  • Agrainel
I bought this book for my very inquisitive seven year old granddaughter. She is forever asking questions about any & everything. I thought this book would help answer some of her questions and s;ow her down a little. She loves the book, the only problem is now she is asking more indepth questions. Great book for any inquisitive minds.
My son loves to know how things are made and this book was in his class library. He read it over and over again and at the end of the year, he had to have it! He is always excited to read it and says that this is one of his favorite books.