All Kids Ask Questions is a series that attempts to start children (with help from an enthusiastic adult!) on their early journey of curiosity and inquiry.
Children are naturally curious. They observe what happens around them and their curiosity leads to them frequently asking questions such as ‘What’s this?’, ‘Why?’ and ‘How?’. These are the sort of questions that scientists ask too!
This book, What’s in the Sky?, answers these questions:
• What is a star? Why does it twinkle?
• Do stars only come out at night? Or are they in the sky in the day too?
• What are constellations? What do they look like?
• What is our Solar System?
The author, Dr Jane Lloyd, holds a doctorate in science education and specialises in primary Science education. She has international experience working with teachers and children from both Singapore and the United Kingdom, and has been involved in online training of Science teachers in the United States. As well as writing for children, Jane is also the author of a series of Science textbooks for primary school children.