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Charlotte the Scientist Is Squished

by Camille Andros

Other authors: Brianne Farley (Illustrator)

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Wow! I love seeing the scientific method presented so clearly to preschoolers ... there is no need to wait until you are in high school!!
Scientist bunnies, unite! ( )
  melodyreads | Oct 18, 2017 |
This book was given 5 stars from my students. The story teaches how to find a solution to a problem using science. The illustrations are bright and aid in the story. I will use this book with my children for story times of different ages. ( )
  SWONclear | Aug 29, 2017 |
Charlotte was one squished bunny! All she wanted to do was work on her scientific experiments, but her numerous family members were always getting in her way. Wherever she turned, she found herself surrounded. Eventually deciding that the only way to get some space was to launch herself into space, she set up a laboratory on the moon. Now she had space - but was it everything she'd hoped...?

Featuring an engaging young heroine and adorable artwork, Charlotte the Scientist is Squished makes a wonderful introduction to the scientific method for younger children. Not only does Charlotte use the five-step method - Question / Hypothesize / Experiment / Observe / Conclude - in solving her problem, but the afterword expands upon that method, asking the young reader/listener questions about the story, and about how the method is utilized in it. The ending of the story here is heartwarming, demonstrating how the needs of Charlotte the bunny and Charlotte the scientist were reconciled, while the artwork captures the sweet appeal of the leporine heroine. ( )
  AbigailAdams26 | May 30, 2017 |
Charlotte is a bunny with a big problem. She loves to experiment using the scientific method, but her family is just too big to allow her the space she needs. Will going to outer space be the solution she is looking for?

Charlotte the Scientist is Squished provides a funny and engaging introduction to the scientific method for young readers. The author weaves engaging text into the illustrator’s fun and almost cartoon like illustrations. This book could be used as an introduction to a science unit for preschool, kindergarten or first grade students. The author also inspires a love for science and reading. ( )
  SWONclear | May 23, 2017 |
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Charlotte is a serious scientist. She solves important problems by following the scientific method. She has all the right equipment: protective glasses, a lab coat, a clipboard, and a magnifying glass. What she doesn’t have is space. She has so many brothers and sisters (she is a rabbit, after all) that she is too squished to work on her experiments! Can she use science to solve her problem? This funny, satisfying story is a playful introduction to the scientific method and perfect for sparking an interest in STEM subjects.

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"Charlotte, a serious scientist and a bunny, uses the scientific method to solve her problem: being squished by her many brothers and sisters"--

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