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Ada Twist, Scientist (2016)

af Andrea Beaty

Andre forfattere: David Roberts (Illustrator)

Serier: The Questioneers

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Ada Twist is a very curious girl who shows perseverance by asking questions and performing experiments to find things out and understand the world.
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  mbellucci | Apr 10, 2021 |
Scientist Ada is a young girl filled with a passion for science. She is constantly investigating and curious as to what is around her. Although some may say she is simply a rambunctious kid, we soon realize that all she wants is to be supported by her parents. This book would be great for early elementary students. ( )
  sobiec | Mar 8, 2021 |
"Her intellectual curiosity is surpassed only by her passion for science. But what to do about her messy experiments?

Ada is speechless until she turns 3. But once she learns how to break out of her crib, there’s no stopping the kinky-haired, brown-skinned girl. “She tore through the house on a fact-finding spree.” When she does start speaking, her favorite words are “why,” “how,” and “when.” Her parents, a fashion-forward black couple who sport a variety of trendy outfits, are dumbfounded, and her older brother can only point at her in astonishment. She amazes her friends with her experiments. Ada examines all the clocks in the house, studies the solar system, and analyzes all the smells she encounters. Fortunately, her parents stop her from putting the cat in the dryer, sending her instead to the Thinking Chair. But while there, she covers the wall with formulae. What can her parents do? Instead of punishing her passion, they decide to try to understand it. “It’s all in the heart of a young scientist.” Though her plot is negligible—Ada’s parents arguably change more than she does—Beaty delightfully advocates for girls in science in her now-trademark crisply rhyming text. Roberts’ illustrations, in watercolor, pen, and ink, manage to be both smart and silly; the page compositions artfully evoke the tumult of Ada’s curiosity, filling white backgrounds with questions and clutter.

Cool and stylish. (Picture book. 5-8" From Kirkus Reviews, www.kirkusreviews.com
  CDJLibrary | Feb 28, 2021 |
This book is about a young scientist, Ada, and features her exploring her world and always asking the "why?" question. Then she uses the different steps and parts of the scientific method to answer her questions. This book uses rhyming which keeps the story interesting and fun for the audience. This book could be used in a science class to help go over vocabulary and review and discuss the scientific method. ( )
  vmerkel | Nov 20, 2020 |
This book Is aimed at lower grades and is a narrative about a young scientist who is always asking "why?", and then what, how, and when, about the things that she sees and experiences. She was curious about the world around her just like a scientist. This book uses rhyming language throughout which is very fun and it also uses vocabulary and phrases such as hypothesis, testing a hypothesis, experiment, research. Ada thinks in her book about what scientists do which is something that you can discuss with your students after. You can talk about the vocabulary words they might not know and then go into more formally discussing the scientific method; you could even use the Mad Margaret book to do so. ( )
  courtneywalker | Oct 23, 2020 |
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