Light Waves

Light Waves

An introduction to the physics of light from one of the most trusted names in juvenile STEM writing.

How does light work? Where does it come from? What is it made of? These are the questions answered in Light Waves, a kid-friendly introduction to the physics of light! Decorated team David A. Adler and Anna Raff, who received two stars from Publishers Weekly and Booklist for Things That Float and Things That Don't, are back to explain the basics of the electromagnetic spectrum, photon particles, light scattering, reflection and refraction, and solar energy. Hands-on activities demonstrate how light travels and how to bend light yourself! Don't miss this much-needed nonfiction physics picture book.--from the publisher

32 pages            978-0823436828           Ages 7-10

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