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Faith Friendly Science Books For Kids!

9 March 2021

Check out our faith friendly children’s books that blend faith and science in a fun way!

In celebration of British Science Week, we’ve compiled a wonderful selection of non-fiction science books for kids of every age below. We’re also celebrating throughout the week by offering a 50% off discount on Crackle and Pop: Bible Science Experiments until Sunday, march 14th ! We will also be offering 50% off our Curious Science Quest series throughout the week. Today, enjoy 50% off Greek Adventure.

Non Fiction books are a fantastic way to explain the wonders of the world and introduce children to learning about God and science.  We hope these books will inspire a love of science in your young reader. From our inspiring God Made series, to Crackle and Pop: Bible Science Experiments, there’s a book for every child to explore and discover.

Browse our new science books for kids below!

1. God Made series by Steph Bryant and Lizzie Henderson

The God Made series encourages young children to explore and discover more about the world around them, and tells them about the loving God who made it all. Scientific ideas about how everything came to be are simply explained through the lively narrative and amazing illustrations, leaving children full of wonder at God’s creativity, love, and power.

With input from The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, and fun experiments for curious young scientists to try, this series is an ideal way to help children engage with and celebrate God and His universe.

Check out all the titles in the inspirational God Made series below!

God Made The World by Steph Bryant and Lizzie Henderson

God Made the World by Steph Bryant and Lizzie Henderson
God Made the World
Steph Bryant and Lizzie Henderson
  • For children aged 3-5
  • This bright book explores in an interactive way how God made the world
  • A great resource for curious children, Sunday Schools and rainy days

God Made The World encourages young children to explore and discover the world around them and tells them about the loving God who made it all. Scientific ideas about how and why everything was created are simply explained through the lively narrative and wonderful illustrations, leaving children marvelling at God’s creativity, love and power.

God Made The World blends science and faith in a fun way!

God Made Animals by Steph Bryant and Lizzie Henderson

God Made Animals by Steph Bryant and Lizzie Henderson
God Made Animals
Steph Bryant and Lizzie Henderson
  • For children aged 3-5
  • This bright book explores in an interactive way the different animals in the world
  • A great resource for curious children, Sunday Schools and rainy days

God has given us lots of clues about how He made the world. This is how we think He did it.

Discover how our world was made, beginning with His amazing stars. Follow the process of how Earth was formed and filled with amazing life.

God Made Animals blends science and faith in a fun way!

God Made Animals by Steph Bryant and Lizzie Henderson

God Made Space by Steph Bryant and Lizzie Henderson
God Made Space
Steph Bryant and Lizzie Henderson
  • For children aged 3-5
  • This bright book explores in an interactive way the universe and how it was made
  • A great resource for curious children, Sunday Schools and rainy days

God has given us lots of clues about how He made space. This is how we think He did it.

Discover how the wonders of the universe were made, beginning with a huge explosion. Follow the process of how stars, asteroids, comets, moons and planets were formed.

God Made Space blends science and faith in a fun way!

Where Do I Come From?

2. Where Do I Come From? by Bob Hartman

  • For children aged 5-7
  • This fun book answers big questions kids have about science, faith and DNA
  • Bob Hartman makes understanding DNA fun and puts it in a faith context

Looking at the building blocks of what makes you you, Where Do I Come From by Bob Hartman explores DNA and being made by God.

Celebrate how you are created by God through the clever set of instructions, DNA, and how this connects you with the big family of living things through God’s imaginative and creative plan. Trace the passing on of DNA, starting from you back to the beginning of God’s creation of the universe. Discover and wonder at your place in the world, and reflect on the responsibility of looking after God’s creation. 

With additional information by the Faraday Institute about Science and the Bible for parents to open up discussion.


3. The Curious Science Quest series by multi-award winning author Julia Golding

The Curious Science Quest by Julia Golding
The Curious Science Quest by Julia Golding

Cave Discovery by Julia Golding

When Did We Start Asking Questions?

Cave Discovery by Julia Golding
Cave Discovery
Julia Golding
  • For children aged 7-11
  • A fun, faith-friendly introduction to big questions of history
  • Great for encouraging budding scientists

Part of the inspiring Curious Science Quest series that makes learning about history fun!

Join Harriet, Darwin’s pet tortoise, and Milton, Schrodinger’s indecisive cat on a time-travelling quest to discover where we came from.

Step into Harriet and Milton’s time machine, bring some snacks, and enjoy this curious quest of discovery. Written by Julia Golding, multi-award winning children’s author.

Greek Adventure by Julia Golding

Who Were The First Scientists?

  • For ages 7-11
  • This fun book travels back to meet the very first scientific
  • Great for encouraging your very own budding scientists

Join Harriet, Darwin’s pet tortoise, and Milton, Schrodinger’s indecisive cat on a time-travelling quest of discovery, unravelling scientific exploration and religious beliefs and how they fit together.

On this adventure Harriet and Milton are investigating who the first scientists were. Step into Harriet and Milton’s time machine, bring some snacks, and enjoy this curious quest of discovery – become a Mesopotamian stargazer, cast your vote in ‘Greece has Scientific Talent’, and meet Pythagoras!

Rocky Road to Galileo by Julia Golding

What Is Our Place In The Solar System?

  • For ages 7-11
  • This book is a fun, faith-friendly introduction to big, scientific questions
  • A great look at Galileo and where we sit in the Solar System

Helping you foster and grow a child’s love of all things scientific, this fun book explores Galileo’s discoveries in the field of astronomy.

Join Harriet, Darwin’s pet tortoise, and Milton, Schrodinger’s indecisive cat on a time-travelling quest of discovery, unravelling scientific exploration and religious beliefs and how they fit together.

Victorian Voyages by Julia Golding

Where Do We Come From?

  • For 7-11s
  • Award winning author, Julia Golding provides a new insight to the Victorian era
  • History fans will be captivated by this adventure quest

Join Harriet, Darwin’s pet tortoise, and Milton, Schrodinger’s indecisive cat on a time-travelling quest of discovery, unravelling scientific exploration and religious beliefs and how they fit together.

Modern Flights by Julia Golding

Where Next?

  • For 7-11s
  • Julia Golding takes kids on an exploration of outer space
  • A fun look at science, space and astronauts

Join Harriet, Darwin’s pet tortoise, and Milton, Schrodinger’s indecisive cat on a time-travelling quest of discovery, unravelling scientific exploration and religious beliefs and how they fit together.

Take to the skies in this adventure and zoom off into space , exploring the scientific discoveries of the technological age. Step into Harriet and Milton’s time machine, bring some snacks, and enjoy this curious quest of discovery.

Hunt With Newton by Julia Golding

What are the Secrets of the Universe?

  • For ages 7-11
  • This book is a fun, faith-friendly introduction to big, scientific questions
  • A great look at Newton, physics, and scientific history in a fun way

Helping you foster and grow a child’s love of all things scientific, this fun book explores Isaac Newton’s discoveries in the field of physics.

Join Harriet, Darwin’s pet tortoise, and Milton, Schrodinger’s indecisive cat on a time-travelling quest of discovery, unravelling scientific exploration and religious beliefs and how they fit together.

Check out the entire Curious Science Quest series here.

Crackle and Pop Bible Science Experiments Hanna Holwerda

4. Crackle and Pop by Hanna Holwerda

Crackle and Pop
Crackle and Pop
Hannah Holwerda

Create an explosion after reading a Bible story!

Discover a fun, practical way to encourage children to engage with the Bible and the good news of Jesus with more than 100 lively science and technology activities. For each experiment there are clear explanations, questions to think about, extra information as well as details of the related stories from the Bible to make memorable connections. 

The experiments are suitable to do at home, at school, at a party, or in a church group. Useful tips help to make the activities easy and safe to set up with everyday materials and equipment.

5. Science Geek Sam and His Secret Logbook by Cees Dekker and Corien Oranje

  • For children aged 9-12
  • For kids full of question about all things scientific
  • This super secret logbook is ideal for young investigations into creation and learning about the world around them

Bring out your kid’s inner-scientist with these fun and faith-affirming science lessons for children.

Meet Sam, science geek extraordinaire, and have an exclusive peek at his top secret logbook. When a meteorite crashes into Sam’s school bike shed, his class have a LOT of questions about space, the universe, and life on earth. But can they believe in God AND the Big Bang? They make some cool discoveries that show them that, surprisingly, the answer is a clear yes.

A fact-filled and thought-provoking story that will make you chuckle.

6. The Curious Crime by Julia Golding

Is curiosity a crime? Ree discovers the unfairness of being a girl in a male-dominated scientific world, where alternative ideas are swiftly squashed.

Enter a fantasy island where Phil the dodo and other unusual wild animals roam corridors, great halls and an underground network of passages of a magnificent museum and science academy. Prevented from following her creative passion as a stonemason, Ree is confined to cleaning the halls at night as a maid. But then the murders start happening…

A determined scholar Henri and strong-willed Ree join forces to solve the mysteries and prove their innocence.

Check out all our books on science for children here.