Category Archives: children’s science

How The Machine Learned The Alphabet – Zubkov

In this post, we will see the book . About the book A little book describing how machines (computers) a can learn various things and think. The book was translated from Russian by Vladimir Korotky and illustrated by Boris Kyshtymov. … Continue reading

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Tomorrow? … Yesterday? – Zubkov

In this post, we will see the book Tomorrow? … Yesterday? by Boris Zubkov. About the book A book describing history and evolution of measuring time at different epochs. Discusses various natural phenomena which were used to keep calendars and … Continue reading

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Great Grandmother Universe – Krivin

In this post, we will see the book Great Grandmother Universe by Felix Krivin. About the book A little book for children with beautiful illustrations describing several fascinating aspects of astronomy and the universe which we live in. The book … Continue reading

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What The Bat Told Us – Boris Zubkov

In this post, we will see the book What The Bat Told Us by Boris Zubkov. About the book Tools such as battering rams, saws, spears, knives and hammers, bridges, parachutes, aeroplanes, radar and the ant, the gecko, the rattlesnake, … Continue reading

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Duffer’s New Adventures by Aureliu Busuioc

In this post, we will see the book Duffer’s New Adventures by Aureliu Busuioc. About the book This little book will tell you all about adventures of a little smart boy named Duffer. The book was translated from Moldavian by … Continue reading

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How Man Learned To Fly – Belyayev

In this post, we will see the book How Man Learned To Fly by Alexander Belyayev. About the book All of us want to fly like birds. Now flying seems to be an everyday thing for us. But attempts to … Continue reading

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How Color Protects Wildlife –

In this post, we will see the book How Color Protects Wildlife by Ghennadii Snegiryev. About the book You are walking in the woods and hear only rustling and chirping. But invisible eyes are watching you and ears are listen­ing. … Continue reading

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There Was Once A Hedgehog – Akimushkin

In this post, we will see the book There Was Once A Hedgehog by Igor Akimushkin. About the book This little book describes the habits and habitats of hedgehogs. How do they live? Where do they live? How do young … Continue reading

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