Kids

Ada Twist, Scientist


Ada Twist , a child who is on a mission to use science to understand her world. 

A #1 New York Times Bestseller A Wall Street Journal Bestseller A USA Today Bestseller
The creators of the New York Times bestselling picture books Rosie Revere, Engineer
and Iggy Peck, Architect are back with a story about the power of curiosity.

Ada Twist is a celebration of STEM, perseverance, and passion.

Hardback.

Why not take a look at Rosie Revere, Engineer and Sofia Valdez, Future Prez too.

Suggested reading age is 5-7.

Customer Reviews

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K.H.
Love Ada Twist

Such a lovely book about a curious and interested little girl. I love reading it to my little one and she loves listening and talking about it. My new fav.

Katie

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Love this book

This book was great, I got it because when listing what my my daughter (age 5) liked and disliked at school she said she hated science. I’ve picked up a few books so she understands a bit more about what science is. The book is great for kids but also good for parents to think about how children learn and ask yourselves how to encourage their interests. Planning on picking the others up in this series.

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L.P.
Fantastic book, loved by boys and girls!

We've had this book (and a Rosie Revere, Engineer) for just over a week now and it is read almost daily. It is beautifully illustrated, and had a lovely message. They also love that characters from the other books in the series appear in the school classroom.
Hardback books always feel special and my 5 year old is especially impressed by the "dust jacket".

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Based on 4 reviews
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K.H.
Love Ada Twist

Such a lovely book about a curious and interested little girl. I love reading it to my little one and she loves listening and talking about it. My new fav.

Katie

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E.S.
Love this book

This book was great, I got it because when listing what my my daughter (age 5) liked and disliked at school she said she hated science. I’ve picked up a few books so she understands a bit more about what science is. The book is great for kids but also good for parents to think about how children learn and ask yourselves how to encourage their interests. Planning on picking the others up in this series.

L
L.P.
Fantastic book, loved by boys and girls!

We've had this book (and a Rosie Revere, Engineer) for just over a week now and it is read almost daily. It is beautifully illustrated, and had a lovely message. They also love that characters from the other books in the series appear in the school classroom.
Hardback books always feel special and my 5 year old is especially impressed by the "dust jacket".