Item# KIDS002ES Magic School Bus Electric Storm
Item# KIDS002EFT Magic School Bus and the Electric Field Trip
Price: $8.50 Each
Here are two really interesting and informative books published by Scholastic and they are both Magic School Bus books - super educational books for boys or girls. Will give them a fun insight into electricity in easy to understand teaching! Order one title or both for a discount.
The Magic School Bus and the Electric Field Trip book has plenty of information tucked into the pages! This is also for ages 7 and up, but would be a great story to share with your children! Ms. Frizzle's class is learning firsthand about how electricity works -- by traveling through the town's power lines! Jumping from atom to atom, the kids ride the electrical current within many familiar appliances, including a television and a vacuum cleaner!
The Magic School Bus Electric Storm book is a chapter book for ages 7 and up... "When Ms. Frizzle announced that we'd be studying the weather, I thought it would be pretty boring. Boy, was I wrong! Ms. Frizzle promised to take us on a field trip that would give us a real jolt of excitement -- little did we know what she had in mind. Before we knew it, we'd become a bolt of lightning and we were off on an electrifying adventure!"
These are books that will teach your child at an early age about electricity and what daddy/mommy does for a living....Order the pair today and receive a discount in price. Remember that we include shipping into the cost of all our products, so no surprises at checkout!
Magic School Bus and the Electric Field Trip book for lil' apprentice's:
The Magic School Bus and the Elecric Storm Book for lil' apprentices!
Also for your consideration is another electricity oriented book for children....
"What Makes The Light Bright, Thomas Edison?",
by Melvin and Gilda Berger. $6.95 Softcover, 45 pages, published by Scholastic Books, grades 3-5. In this educational book, you will find answers to twenty questions about Thomas Alva Edison...you'll also learn about Edison's inventions -- from the light bulb to an improved telephone to the phonograph to a film projector. Experiments you can do at home demonstrate how a modern lightbulb works and how the inside of your flashlight shows the flow of electricity. With plenty of photographs and illustrations, you'll see Edison as a young boy doing experiments in the basement, the laboratory of his "invention factory" and much, much more.