Writers bring imaginative approaches to children's science books

12/16/2003 | NYTimes.com

Writing science books for children is a challenge for authors seeking to make information accurate yet enticing. Nevertheless, thanks to better graphics, large formats and demands from well-educated parents for high-quality works, science books now constitute a significant proportion of the 5,000 children's books published annually.

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