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Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Children’s Book Review: The Baby University Series

Title: The Baby University series
Author: Chris Ferrie
Reviewed by: Chloe Fuksa, owner of Putnam Six Bookstore

The Baby University series is an extensive collection of board books that are both entertaining and informative. With the thick pages, these books are rip-proof and durable, perfect for little tykes. Like their tagline says, these present “simple explanations of complex ideas for your future genius.”

In some of the books, like ABCs of Mathematics and ABCs of Engineering, the pages go through the whole alphabet highlighting different aspects with that letter. A is for addition, for example, while B is for battery and C is for Carnot engine. Below each letter is also a short explanation that kiddos can return to as they grow older and have a better understanding.

Other books in the series, like Rocket Science for Babies or Quantum Physics for Babies, have a much simpler style, with colorful illustrations and just a few words per page. There are even more groups too, like Baby Medical School and Baby Biochemist. Little ones aren’t going to understand what an electron is or how a rocket works, but they’re hearing the words and seeing the pictures, and being introduced to STEM concepts at an early age.

The classic board books – say, Very Hungry Caterpillar or Brown Bear, Brown Bear – are classics for a reason, but if you’re looking for something different and new, either for your kiddo or as a gift, this series is a great place to start. These books are unique and fun, and there is such a large variety of topics. Plus, adults can learn some new things too while they read!

Call (580) 297-5089 to reserve your copy today!

Chloe Fuksa
Chloe Fuksahttp://putnamsix.com
Chloe Fuksa is the owner of Putnam Six Bookstore, located in Sunset Plaza. Like many others in her hometown, Chloe was sad to see Hastings close and decided to open a local independent bookstore in October 2018. Chloe loves that books can comfort you and teach you, they can make you laugh and make you cry, they can transport you to faraway places and inspire your wildest dreams.



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