The Amoeba Sisters’ Cartoon Guide to Biology

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Children's Books

Sarina Peterson & Brianna Rapini

Mango

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Trade Paperback
208 Pages
color illustrations throughout

Science Simplified

Join The Amoeba Sisters in this Fun Science Book for Kids (Ages 6-9)

Biology doesn’t have to be hard. With The Amoeba Sisters, teachers and students alike can learn basic concepts of biology through easy-to-learn mnemonics, illustrations, comparisons, and so much more!

This isn’t your basic biology book. Over 1 million people have tuned into The Amoeba Sisters YouTube channel to learn science and biology facts in a whole new way. In their debut science book for kids, you can dive deeper into biology concepts that may have felt baffling before. You’ll learn essential science concepts through a journey filled with colorful illustrations, mnemonic devices, real-life explanations and comparisons that you and your kids can easily understand.

Teaching biology in a whole new way. Most science books for kids are text-heavy and read like typical school textbooks. With this biology book, not only can your child learn everything they need to learn about biology, but parents and teachers alike can also find new ways to teach this ever-intimidating subject.

Inside The Amoeba Sisters’ Cartoon Guide to Biology, you’ll find:

Explanations for basic biological concepts and why they’re important
Illustrations and mnemonic devices that even teachers would find helpful
28 concepts, including as enzymes, DNA structures, photosynthesis and so much more

If you liked science books for kids like The Ultimate Book of Planet Earth, Life Cycles, or The Wondrous Workings of Planet Earth, you’ll love The Amoeba Sisters’ Cartoon Guide to Biology.

 

Sarina Peterson & Brianna Rapini

The Amoeba Sisters channel was established in 2013 when Brianna was visiting her sister, Sarina, in Dallas, Texas. When she gave Sarina a lesson on enzymes that compared them to a popular arcade game, they immediately saw the need to get those learning devices out to students who were disengaged from science. Their YouTube channel now has over 1 million subscribers, with over 126 million views. The Amoeba Sisters channel was established in 2013 when Brianna was visiting her sister, Sarina, in Dallas, Texas. When she gave Sarina a lesson on enzymes that compared them to a popular arcade game, they immediately saw the need to get those learning devices out to students who were disengaged from science. Their YouTube channel now has over 1 million subscribers, with over 126 million views.
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