Tesseract. Point. Dimension. All of these words are math and science words that help us understand the world a whole lot better. There is a zeroth dimension, second and third dimensions, and even a fourth dimension. All of these are unique and are friends of scientists everywhere. In this book, get ready to go on a journey to discover the mysteries of science and the phenomenal knowledge that awaits you.
What Is A Tesseract? was a surprising book to say the least. It didn't drag on and on like many other educational science books seem to. The book did grab my attention, and I found it quite interesting. One thing I enjoyed was how the author explained all of the dimensions, especially the zeroth one, which I had never heard of before. I also found tesseracts fascinating. That was something else I had never even heard until I picked up this book, but now I feel that I am on my way to become an expert in the subject.
The book did get a bit confusing at times, especially when explaining about each dimension. I feel they could have been explained clearer. I am not quite sure about the age range, however. I know many eight year olds, and I am certain almost all of them would be very confused while reading this book. The book included a large vocabulary, and I feel that it would be better suited for a higher age level. Overall, I did enjoy the book. It changed my outlook on science books for the better.