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This is book number 3 in the Baby Scientist series.
Baby Scientist is an adorable board book series that brings fun, accessible science concepts to baby’s world using simple language, recognizable settings, and vibrant art. Read them all with your baby scientist!
Baby Botanist studies plants. In her lab coat, she looks at plants both large and small. She finds plants growing in many places.
Can plants grow on water?
What foods come from plants?
Find out with Baby Botanist!
Baby Scientist series creator and author Dr. Laura Gehl holds a Ph.D. in neuroscience from Georgetown. She has nearly twenty years of experience teaching and writing about science for elementary, middle, and high school students.
Don’t miss the other books in this series, including Baby Astronaut, Baby Oceanographer, and Baby Paleontologist.
“The illustrations are colorful, uncluttered, and humorously engaging. A nice addition to this baby-attuned series.” —Kirkus
“Adorable entry in the Baby Scientist board book series.” —Booklist
Dr. Laura Gehl holds a B.A. in psychology from Yale University and a Ph.D. in neuroscience from Georgetown. She has nearly twenty years of experience teaching and writing about science for elementary, middle, and high school students. Her career has included editing the award-winning educational periodical Science Weekly (grades K-6) and writing about science for clients such as the American Diabetes Association, the New York Academy of Sciences, and the National Academy of Sciences. Dr. Gehl frequently speaks at schools, bringing science into many of her presentations. She lives in Maryland.
Daniel Wiseman is a husband, dad, illustrator, and creative director. When he isn’t drawing, he can usually be found doing one of these great things: perfecting his biscuit recipe, hiking up a mountain in some faraway location, singing loudly in his car, riding his bike, or napping. Daniel currently lives in Knoxville, Tennessee.
“Adorable entry in the Baby Scientist board book series.” — Booklist
“The illustrations are colorful, uncluttered, and humorously engaging…A nice addition to this baby-attuned series.” — Kirkus Reviews