Robotics for Babies

Sarah Kaiser (Author) Chris Ferrie (Author)
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Description

Help your future genius become the smartest baby in the room by introducing them to robotics with the next installment of the Baby University board book series Enjoy these simple explanations of complex ideas for your future genius. The perfect robot baby toy or baby engineering book for parents looking to kick start their baby's learning

Robotics for Babies is a colorful, simple introduction to the technology behind robots. This engineering board book is full of scientific and mathematical information from experts Dr. Sarah Kaiser and Chris Ferrie. Robotics for Babies is the perfect book to teach complex robotics concepts in a simple, engaging way. It's never too early to become a scientist

Set the children in your life on a lifelong path to learning with the next incredible installment of the Baby University board book series.

Other Baby University titles include:
Quantum Physics for Babies
Rocket Science for Babies
and many more

Product Details

Price
$9.99  $9.19
Publisher
Sourcebooks Explore
Publish Date
March 01, 2019
Pages
24
Dimensions
7.9 X 0.5 X 7.7 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Board Books
EAN/UPC
9781492671190
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About the Author

Dr. Sarah Kaiser has a PhD in physics (quantum information) from the University of Waterloo's Institute for Quantum Computing, and now works as a Research Engineer at Pensar Development. Based in Seattle, she is an experimentalist specialized in building and breaking opto-electronic systems. Some of her favorite things: Talking about quantum technologies, good kayaking spots, and how fun it is to break things to learn how they work.
Chris Ferrie is an award-winning physicist and Senior Lecturer for Quantum Software and Information at the University of Technology Sydney. He has a Masters in Applied Mathematics, BMath in Mathematical Physics and a PhD in Applied Mathematics. He lives in Australia with his wife and children.