Children's Picture Book: Nuclear Power
by Amelia Frahm
Children's Picture Book -
Nuclear Power: How a Nuclear Power Plant Really Works! Kindle Edition...Free With Kindle Unlimited.
At the Nukie Nuclear Power Plant, inside the nuclear reactor that sat beneath the big dome (the Reactor Containment Building), a whole lot of fissioning was going on.
Where did it come from?
Where did it go?
A chubby lab rat and a pretty blue bird think they know. They speculate, exaggerate, and blame everything they don't understand on their archenemy, a cat named Penelope. They suspect Penelope designed the Nukie Nuclear Power Plant so she could use electricity to cook them for dinner.
What they don't know is Penelope is a vegetarian. The book is a creative spin on the “How a Nuclear Plant Works” schematic found in science textbooks.
It will pique the curiosity of the non-scientific-minded and has been proven to provoke discussion… between just about anybody!
Check Out What One Reader Had To Say Below!!
By Rod Adams on January 6, 2012
Format: Perfect Paperback
My nuclear energy industry colleagues have been delighted to read the book and test it with their own children. It is a useful combination of light, interesting, visually appealing and fundamentally accurate. (Of course, even reality-driven engineers can appreciate the value of talking animals for introducing complex topics to their children.)
I highly recommend buying several copies and sharing with friends, neighbors and the local elementary school library. More people need this kind of gentle introduction to the benefits that nuclear fission energy can provide.
It is especially important for children to learn about what nuclear energy can do to help in a scary world where oil and gas are the sources of major world conflicts and in a world where children have been taught that they should worry about their future in a world threatened by climate change.
Publisher, Atomic Insights
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