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Rainbow Science: What, Why, How?: A Primer (Eye on Science)

This book is about Patricia Bath
Dive into the vibrant world of "Rainbow Science: What, Why, How?: A Primer (Eye on Science)," where the mysteries of rainbows unfold through the eyes of two curious elementary school kids, Noa and Patrick. After a rainy day, these young explorers, accompanied by the wisdom of Dr. Patricia Bath, embark on a colorful journey to understand the origin and order of rainbow colors. Published on July 5, 2018, this book is not just a scientific exploration but also a heartwarming narrative that champions educational and health equity. Set in a multicultural and inclusive classroom, where diversity in race and abilities like Patrick’s hearing disability are portrayed as enriching elements that enhance friendship and learning, this book offers a unique mirror coloring feature, making it interactive for younger siblings or friends. Ideal for elementary school readers, "Rainbow Science" serves as a perfect tool for parents and teachers to introduce children to the beauty of science and diversity, fostering a love for learning and an appreciation for all.
Published by Independently published on July 5, 2018
48 pages
ISBN: 9781973191803
Best for readers in Elementary School
This book provides valuable insights into Education Equity and Health Equity, highlighting key issues and advancements within these areas

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