Can You Reach a Rainbow?

Text by Roman Fishman, illustrated by Victoria Stebleva

Did you know that according to Irish folklore, leprechauns hide pots of gold at the end of rainbows?

What is a rainbow? Why does reflected white light turns into different colors? Seven colors, following the same order, always make a rainbow –why is that? Readers will learn how a little piece of glass helped scientists examine the universe and how a rainbow allows us to sneak a peek into neighboring galaxies. Finally, the experiment at the end of the book teaches the reader how to make their own rainbow.

Simplified Chinese

Roman Fishman s a science journalist and editor. He has a Ph.D. in biology and is a deputy editor and a regular contributor to the magazine Popular Mechanics.

Victoria Stebleva graduated from the Moscow State University of Printing Arts. She has illustrated more than ten books for Russian publishers. She recently illustrated Aurora Lipper’s Astronomy Activity Book for Kids published in the U.S. by Penguin. She lives in Moscow.

Non-fiction, Series
Age: 4+
Pages: 32
Size: 185*235 mm
Published in 2020 by Pink Giraffe

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