From New York Times bestselling author and world-renowned scientist and autism spokesperson Temple Grandin comes a book about exploring the world around us, asking questions, and making sense of what we see.
Why do stones skip? What are seashells made of? How do birds build nests? In this book about exploring the world around us, Temple Grandin guides readers through questions she's wondered about throughout her life, ever since she was a child—and shows us just how she went about finding her answers. With chapters on rocks, the beach, the woods, and the skies, as well as on birds, bugs, and critters, this book delves into the way nature functions and gives us the tools with which to engage and explore even more on our own.
With 40 projects inside to help readers understand and explore, this is a perfect read for inquisitive young minds!
by Temple Grandin
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by Sy Montgomery, Temple Grandin
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