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Scientist, Scientist, Who Do You See?

de Chris Ferrie

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A scientific twist on a beloved children's classic that's sure to delight both parent and child! Scientist, Scientist, Who do you see? I see Marie Curie in her laboratory! The adored children's classic Brown Bear, Brown Beargets a nerdy makeover in this picture book by the #1 bestselling science author for kids! Young readers will delight at taking a familiar text and poking fun at it all while learning about scientists and how they changed the world. Back matter includes brief biographical information of the featured scientists. This sweet parody is the perfect inspiration for scientists of all ages! Full of scientific rhyming fun, Scientist, Scientist, Who Do You See?features appearances by some of the world's greatest scientists! From Albert Einstein to Marie Curie and Ahmed Zewail, from Charles Darwin to Chien-Shiung Wu and Grace Hopper... and more!… (més)
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This book had a repetitive pattern talking about these scientists. Each page had a new scientist with their name, pattern of words, and picture with what they did in the science industry. There were many scientist including Einstein, Darwin, and Carver. The book had scientists of many races and both males and females. The last page of the book gives information about what each of the scientist did or discovered in more detail. I liked this book because all children would be able to relate to at least one of the scientists. It also shows many different fields of science including computer technology, botany, and many more. I would use this book to start a new unit. I would read it and right down the scientists in that field to study more in our unit. ( )
  meghanhoward | Oct 21, 2019 |
Most people are familiar with the children's book "Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?" and this uses that format to introduce readers to several famous scientists. The story is written in the same rhyming way giving a bit of information about what each person did. From Charles Darwin, Marie Currie and George Carver we meet a diverse group of people. They are both male and female as well as various nationalities. The things they are famous for also run the gamut. The illustrations are simple showing the scientist holding something they discovered or used in their discoveries. Of course at the end of the story stands Katherine Johnson seeing a group of young scientists looking at her. At the back of the book is a section "About the Scientists" which shares details about the most notable contribution of each figure mentioned in the book. Then the young child scientists are challenged to find questions to answer to be the next person to change the world. This would be a great book to read to children to tweak their interest in science and scientists. Using this to introduce a unit on biographies or science fair projects would be a great use of this book. The publisher generously provided me with a copy of this book via Netgalley. ( )
  Carlathelibrarian | Feb 5, 2019 |
Scientist, Scientist, Who Do You See? by Chris Ferrie is an adorable rhyming poem teaching children about a variety of scientists and their most notable achievement, from Curie and Einstein to Turing and Darwin, and many others besides. Many are scientists of ages past, though some are from our current time. There were one or two people I had never heard of. I had to go look them up! There were a few I would have loved to have seen such as Watson/Crick and Neil deGrasse Tyson. My cublings quite enjoyed the book as well, and I got many curious questions, so that worked! Perfect addition to any school library or class curriculum for young learners.

***Many thanks to Netgalley and Sourcebooks/ Jabberwocky for providing an egalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. ( )
  PardaMustang | Jul 1, 2018 |
Using the classic structure of Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? by Bill Martin Jr., Chris Ferrie has created a whole new experience for young scientists. Featuring scientist from past and present, each scientist looks to a picture of another scientist which highlights their notable work such as Grace Hopper making a computer enquiry or George Carver studying botany.

The scientists presented in the story are from all over the world and show both genders equally as well as many ethnicities, creating a wonderful platform for children allowing them to see that anyone can be a scientist. This fact is promoted on the last page, where a diverse group of children are looking back at the scientists. The familiar rhythm of the story along with fun pictures generates a wonderful new way to introduce scientists to young children. Having read this with my two year old as well as several school groups, I believe this book is best enjoyed by ages 2-8.

This book was received for free in return for an honest review. ( )
  Mishker | Apr 24, 2018 |
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A scientific twist on a beloved children's classic that's sure to delight both parent and child! Scientist, Scientist, Who do you see? I see Marie Curie in her laboratory! The adored children's classic Brown Bear, Brown Beargets a nerdy makeover in this picture book by the #1 bestselling science author for kids! Young readers will delight at taking a familiar text and poking fun at it all while learning about scientists and how they changed the world. Back matter includes brief biographical information of the featured scientists. This sweet parody is the perfect inspiration for scientists of all ages! Full of scientific rhyming fun, Scientist, Scientist, Who Do You See?features appearances by some of the world's greatest scientists! From Albert Einstein to Marie Curie and Ahmed Zewail, from Charles Darwin to Chien-Shiung Wu and Grace Hopper... and more!

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