How slippery is a banana peel?

Rebecca Donnelly

Book - 2021

A group of kid-experimenters at a science fair explore the slipperiness of banana peels--a perfect introduction to scientific concepts. It's funny and STEM-inspired, with back matter on friction and a kitchen science experiment.

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Subjects
Genres
Stories in rhyme
Humorous fiction
Picture books
Published
New York : Godwin Books, Henry Holt and Company 2021.
Edition
First edition
Language
English
Physical Description
1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 27 cm
ISBN
1250256860
9781250256867
Main Author
Rebecca Donnelly (author)
Other Authors
Misa Saburi (illustrator)
Review by Publisher Summary 1

A picture book companion to Cats Are a Liquid depicts a group of young science enthusiasts who gather at a science fair to share whimsical, STEM-inspired insights into why banana peels are slippery. 30,000 first printing. Simultaneous eBook. Illustrations.

Review by Publisher Summary 2

Rebecca Donnelly's How Slippery Is a Banana Peel? is a picture book companion to Cats Are a Liquid celebrating the science and the slipperiness of banana peels—a perfect introduction to friction, featuring illustrations by Misa Saburi.

Volcanoes roar,
But banana peels race.
Rockets soar,
Like bananas through space.

A group of kid-experimenters at a science fair explore the slipperiness of banana peels—a perfect introduction to scientific concepts! It's funny and STEM-inspired, with back matter on friction and a kitchen science experiment. These playful and mischievous banana peels will capture the imagination of readers.