Naze? Doushite? "Questions about science" is a series of reading books for elementary school children in Japan. It is also suitable for students of Japanese who wish to read authentic texts in Japanese.
This book deals with 46 questions about science such as "What is the ozone hole?", "Why can we switch TV channels?" or "Who was Darwin?".
Since this book is for children, it only uses high-quality design and content.
The answers are written in a simple yet funny way and using accurate content – their main purpose is for the children to understand them.
Illustrations included: some are entertaining and others are to graphically explain the answers to the questions.
In Japan this book is for children in their fifth year of elementary school, i.e. children aged 10-11.
It can be used by students of Japanese with an A2-B1 level.
The book includes furiganas.
The Naze? Doushite? collection:
-Naze? Doushite? "Wonders of the world"
-Naze? Doushite? "Questions about science"
-Naze? Doushite? "Curious questions"
-Naze? Doushite? "Mysterious stories about science"
The Reading for children collection: “To read in 10 minutes”:
- 10-Bu de yomeru denki "Biographies" –To read in 10 minutes-
- 10-bu de yomeru kowai hanashi “Scary stories” – To read in 10 minutes-