A mother and daughter go about their day as chemical reactions in their everyday lives occur around them in Everyday Chemistry, a nonfiction picture book by writer Julia Sooy and illustrator Bonnie Pang.
Science is all around us in our daily lives. Specifically, chemistry! When your bread toasts, when your shampoo foams, when the playground slide rusts--those are all chemical reactions. In this book, a mother and daughter expereince all these things and more as they go about their day, from when they wake up, to when they go to bed.
This story is a great way to introduce young readers into the world of science!
About the Author
In the third grade, Julia Sooy did a book report on a biography of Albert Einstein; she's been interested ever since.
Originally from Richmond, Virginia, she now lives and works in New York City. Our World Is Relative is her debut picture book.
Bonnie Pang is an illustrator and comic artist from Hong Kong. She studied geography at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, then illustration at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California. She illustrates mostly children’s books, and creates the web comics Roar Street Journal and IT Guy & Art Girl. When she’s not drawing, Bonnie loves cooking, baking, and taking walks in nature.