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Larry Scheckel’s conversational tone and added humor make I Just Keep Wondering a delightful read – filled with 121 Q &A about science and other stuff.
Here’s what our readers are saying::
I Just Keep Wondering by Larry Scheckel is a 5 star non-fiction book about many everyday questions you might ask yourself when your mind wanders. Some examples are: “When you get your hair wet, why does it look darker?” and: “What causes tap water to taste more chlorinated some days than others?”…. After reading this book, I became much more interested in the world around us. If you like science, and are a curious person at heart, I Just Keep Wondering is a book for you.
This review was written by our 5th grade son, with no parental edits. S – 4/24/2020
“The book is great—121 kid-friendly questions ranging from the highly technical (“how are galaxies made in the cosmos?”) to the more lighthearted (“what do scientists do for fun?”). I gather it’s part of a series but this was the first one we read. My favorite: Q91, “Are viruses alive or dead?”...neither, really, with a really thorough explanation of why that status benefits the virus. Timely!” M – May 8, 2020
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