Tristan's Laboratory of ABCs


Children - Educational
38 Pages
Reviewed on 03/07/2021
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Tristan's Laboratory of ABCs by Christina Waters is an educational and informative book that teaches the alphabet using STEM elements. This science-related alphabet is engaging and will educate children on many scientific words. It is a good foundation of STEM for readers. Along with teaching the alphabet, the book also introduces readers to science in an interesting way and is a perfect book for younger readers. Usually, books related to STEM concepts are written for older children. This book is perfect for introducing small children to STEM elements without making it boring. Let's read the book and see how the alphabet can be taught in an innovative and different way.

I like Christina Waters's unusual approach to introducing small children to STEM elements by combining these with teaching the alphabet. Robin Waters's illustrations give them an idea of what the elements look like and make it easy for them to recognize and learn the words quickly. The glossary at the end of the book explains exactly what each word means, making it easy for parents and tutors to explain it to youngsters and help them understand easily. I would recommend Tristan's Laboratory of ABCs for a personal bookshelf and also in school libraries as it can be used for reference in learning about STEM elements and also making science less intimidating to children.