How do you dry off? Find out how in this new, colorful, easy-to-read STEM book! “STEM” is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Though these subjects are incredibly important to both education and society as a whole, they are often overlooked, especially after primary education is complete. A goal of this book is to introduce STEM to kids and make them excited about learning these central subjects.
In Why Do I Dry Off?, your child will learn all about evaporation and the process of liquid changing into gas, an important part of the water cycle. Accomplished author and educator Vicki Cobb teaches your child all about this important aspect of STEM, while still making it fun and entertaining through bright illustrations, easy-to-understand language, and experiments broken down step-by-step. Your child will be so enthralled, they won’t even realize they’re learning!
Introduce your child to vital STEM subjects and encourage them to learn about the world around them with Why Do I Dry Off?!
Vicki Cobb is the well-known author of more than eighty-five highly entertaining nonfiction books for children, including Bet You Can’t, which won the New York Academy of Sciences Children’s Science Book Award. Currently, she is president and founder of INK Think Tank: Nonfiction Authors in Your Classroom. She has won numerous awards, including a Sibert Honor and a special Lifetime Achievement Prize from the American Association for the Advancement of for the Advancement of Science in 2012. She lives in Greenburgh, New York.
John Kurtz is a Napa, California, native currently residing in Georgia with his wife Sandrina and family. John is a self-taught illustrator and has a vast portfolio including children’s books, advertising, education, and television for clients across the United States and Europe.
Publisher: Racehorse for Young Readers (June 23, 2020)