Ghosts and Atoms is a children’s audiobook about science. The author, Estudio Haus, introduces listeners to different kinds of monsters that live in the world of atoms. These creatures are made up of particles that scientists have only recently discovered. Along with learning about these new monsters, kids will also learn some basic physics concepts like gravity and motion.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for children who are interested in learning about science. It introduces listeners to different kinds of monsters that live in the world of atoms. These creatures are made up of particles that scientists have only recently discovered.
- The author does a great job of explaining complex scientific concepts in a way that is easy for kids to understand.
- The audiobook is narrated by a talented and enthusiastic actor, which makes it more fun to listen to.
- This book is packed with interesting information about monsters that live in the world of atoms.
- Some of the concepts introduced in the book may be too difficult for young children to understand
- The audio narration can be a bit monotone at times
- Some of the illustrations included in the book are not very well done
Learn more about the author
Estudio Haus is a team of science lovers who create educational content for kids. They believe that learning should be fun, and their books are full of interesting characters and engaging stories.
“This book is awesome! It’s full of cool science facts and really interesting monsters. My favorite part was learning about the atom monsters. They’re so weird and creepy!”
“This was a really enjoyable book! I learned a lot about atoms and the different kinds of monsters that live there. The author’s writing is clear and easy to understand, even for kids like me who don’t know much about science. My favorite part was when the monster from Higgs Boson Land attacked Levitating Larryland.”
“This book is so cool! I never knew science could be this much fun!”
“Ghosts and Atoms is a fun, informative audiobook about the strange and often monstrous creatures that live in the atom. Kids will learn about new particles like quarks and gluons, as well as more familiar ones like protons and neutrons. They’ll also learn some basic physics concepts like gravity and motion. The narrator has a clear, easy-to-listen-to voice, making this an enjoyable introduction to monster science for kids.”