Ten Fun STEM Books for Children from
Usborne Books & More
"Scientists discover the world that exists, engineers create the world that never was!"
- Theodore Von Karmen
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) are essential to our everyday lives! Here are 10 fun STEM books for children from Usborne Books & More.
Encourage curiosity in young children with this fun lift-the-flap book that answers questions about nature and the weather. You may light a spark for knowledge that lasts a lifetime!
Your child will blast off into space as they explore our amazing solar system. With over 70 flaps to lift, including some double flaps, your child will be fully engaged as they are captivated by the beautiful illustrations and fun facts.
The Shine-a-Light series is one of our top sellers! Your child will learn the hidden secrets of the construction site as they use a flashlight to reveal hidden objects on each page. This series is also available for other subjects.
This book is a perfect introduction to science for young children. They will learn scientific facts about everyday objects such as magnets and mirrors. Hands-on experiments and quicklinks to videos are also included.
This book is perfect for the child (or adult) who loves to take things apart to figure out how they work. The 90+ flaps will keep your little engineer engaged as they learn how different items work from the light bulb to an airplane.
Knowing how to code is increasingly becoming an essential skill in our world. This fun guided instruction book will teach children the basics of computer coding using the free SCRATCH online program developed by MIT.
This book will spark your child's curiosity about their digestive system. The 80+ flaps will keep your child engaged as they learn about the various organs that process their food to give them energy and keep them healthy!
This boxed set includes ten best-selling science books that cover topics such as astronomy, your body, and volcanoes! It would make a great addition to your home library to spark your child's interest in a wide range of science topics.