STEM Reading List: Cubes
These six books present younger readers with information about cubes.
|What in the World is a Cube?
By: Anders Hanson
This book contains simple text and photographs that describe cubes to young readers.
By: Laura Hamilton Waxman
Illustrated by: Kathy Mitter
In Cubes, rhyming text and creative illustrations draw attention to cubes that are found in the world around us. The 3-D Shapes illustrated nonfiction books series provide the first lessons on three-dimensional shapes.
By: Dan Green
Illustrated by: David Shephard
Offers a collection of puzzles and logical problems testing knowledge of shapes, geometry, and patterns presented in the form of a choose-your-own-adventure story that requires the correct answers to make it through the story.
|Stone Age Geometry: Cubes
By: Gerry Bailey and Felicia Law
Illustrated by: Mike Phillips
Leo and his pet cat to provide the basics of cubes. They introduce cubes, discussing their angles, dimensions, and vertices, and displays examples of cubes in practical science and in nature.
|Three Dimensional Shapes: Cubes
By: Luana K. Mitten
The concept of the cube is defined through interesting text and photos displaying how cubes can be found throughout our world.
By: Nathan Olson
Which 3-D shape can cool your drink or roll your next move? A cube! Have lots of fun finding all kinds of cubes―spotted, sweet, salty, frozen, or fuzzy!