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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Wonders of Creation: Modern Science in the Torah by Levi Tsehmeister, Nati Ben David, and Avraham Nativ is a fascinating book to introduce young readers to the basic concepts of science and technology, space, engineering, medicine, and history in an entertaining way. The authors connect the Torah stories with scientific knowledge and enable young readers to learn about the various fields of science and technology, medicine, and history directly from these stories. Every story in the book makes learning engaging and interesting by weaving stories of the Torah with science, medicine, and history. The book answers many questions and gives facts about science and the historical truth of the Torah in a unique and different way, making learning interactive and fun.
Learning scientific facts and history can be boring to youngsters and the authors adopt a fresh approach when it comes to teaching. The historic facts of the Torah and science have been blended together with expertise. Everything, be it the sky, the earth, the atoms, and other topics have been presented in a manner that children will find fascinating. There is a lot of information here and the way of presenting it makes this book appealing to young readers. This is definitely a good book for teaching children about science and creation stories in a manner that makes it captivating. It is a great book for home too and can be included in a personal library.