3 Children's Concept Books
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3 Children’s Concept Books – ‘Smartypants series’ by Anushka Ravishankar

Hello readers! Today I am reviewing 3 Children’s Concept Books of Smartypants series by Anushka Ravishankar. These books are perfect for kids age 7 or more who are curious like a cat in this series to learn mathematical and scientific concepts. I recommend this series to all parents, teachers and kids who would like to introduce some of the complex concept to kids in most simple and hilarious way.

3 Children's Concept Books

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Set Theory for Smartypants by Anushka Ravishankar

Set Theory for Smartypants

Set Theory for Smartypants by Anushka Ravishankar, Pia Alize Hazarika (illustrator)

Publication Date : January 29, 2024

Publisher : Duckbill

Read Date : February 2, 2024

Genre : Children’s concept book

Age : 6/7 +

Pages : 40

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Synopsis

Are you a Smartypants?

Do you ask a lot of questions? Like —

Can a set have a bicycle and a banana?
Can there be a set with nothing in it?
Do cats like tuna or chicken?

If you do, then you just might find the answers in this book.

It has gorgeous pictures, simple explanations and a very curious cat!

Review

Will it look bad if I say I don’t remember when I learned Set Theory in school? That definitely says a lot about how good I am in maths or maths concepts. And after reading this I wish I had this book when I was a kid.

This is a cute book that teaches the Set Theory. I loved how author introduced the Set Theory in most simple language with super easy-to-understand examples that sure will make kids understand the concept in no time.

There are lovely beautiful illustrations with a curious Smartypants cat who makes funny conversation with a narrator that will make kids ask their own questions and make learning the concept even more fun and easy.

Overall, Set Theory for Smartypants fun, cute and lovely concept book that teaches The Set Theory in visual  in a conversational manner.

Set theory concept book

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Rocket Science for Smartypants by Anushka Ravishankar

Smartypants series - Rocket Science

Rocket Science for Smartypants by Anushka Ravishankar, Pia Alize Hazarika (illustrator)

Publication Date : January 22, 2024

Publisher : Duckbill 

Read Date : February 26, 2024

Genre : Children’s concept book

Age : 6/7 +

Pages : 40

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Synopsis

Are you a Smartypants?

Do you ask a lot of questions? Like —

What makes a rocket take off?
What is a satellite?
Can you take off like a rocket if you eat a lot of beans?

If you do, then you just might find the answers in this book.

It has gorgeous pictures, simple explanations and a very curious cat!

Review

I enjoyed Rocket Science for Smartypants more than the other two books as this was more fun.

This connects with Gravity and Newton’s Law of Motion books – both part of this Smartypants series, one of which one I have read- and are very important concepts to understand the concept of Rocket Science.

This teaches kids parts of Rockets, what makes it leave Earth and go up to space, terminology for upward force and speed of rocket to take off, and what makes a satellite or rocket stay at a certain distance and rotate around Earth or other planets.

Like other books, this was explained in a simple language with the visual conversational method. All illustrations are beautiful and the antics and conversations of the cat is the funniest in this.

Overall, Rocket Science for Smartypants is cute, fun, and amazing concept book for kids that all kids and parents would love to read together.

Rocket Science concept book

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Cell Theory for Smartypants by Anushka Ravishankar

Cell Theory for Smartypants

Cell Theory for Smartypants by Anushka Ravishankar, Pia Alize Hazarika (illustrator)

Publication Date : January 29, 2024

Publisher : Duckbill 

Read Date : February 26, 2024

Genre : Children’s concept book

Age : 6/7 +

Pages : 40

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Synopsis

Are you a Smartypants?

Do you ask a lot of questions? Like —

Can you see an animal cell?
Does a Golgi body need exercise?
How many cells does a cat have?

If you do, then you just might find the answers in this book.

It has gorgeous pictures, simple explanations and a very curious cat!

Review

One thing I still remember as biology student is Cell Theory that I think we learned a bit later than kids these days and I still wish I had this book as the concept is depicted so well.

This book teaches – basic cell theory with structure of both animals and plants, different parts of the cells and what they do in the cell and what is the cell’s overall job – all with beautiful illustrations, funny conversations, cat dramtics, and easy to understand language.

I think Cell theory is way too complex for kids age 7 or 8 and yet author made it super easy and simple that will kids more curious about this concept of science.

Overall, Cell Theory for Smartypants is fun and cute science concept for kids that teaches basic cell theory in most simple way.

Cell Theory concept book

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Previous Books in This Series I read –

Vaccines for Smartypants

Earthquakes for Smartypants

Newton’s Laws for Smartypants

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