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Reviewed by Kristen Van Kampen (Teen Reviewer) for Readers' Favorite
“What do you want to be when you grow up?” It is a common question to young children, and sometimes they don't know enough jobs to properly answer it. However, The Illustrated Alphabet of STEM Jobs by Eve Heidi Bine-Stock introduces children to twenty-six jobs of a wide variety, one for each letter of the alphabet, with some well-known jobs, like a meteorologist, and other jobs that children may not have heard of, like a biomedical engineer. From astronomer to zoologist, the book explains in rhyme what a person would do if they had that job. This book really makes you consider other job options.
I enjoyed reading The Illustrated Alphabet of STEM Jobs by Eve Heidi Bine-Stock. The book is well written and the rhyming has a fun rhythm to it. I really liked that I was both introduced to jobs I hadn’t heard of, and learned more about jobs that I already knew about. This book would be good to teach children about certain jobs and also to teach children the alphabet. The book is written in an easy to understand way, which is perfect for children, the target age group. The book has fun, bright pages that are sure to capture a child's attention. I like that the first letter of each job (the letter that is represented on the page) is in a different color to emphasize it. The book contains vivid full-color pictures that help to depict the job and certain parts of it. I would definitely recommend this book to children.