Luna's family is visiting a small polar bear research center in Arctic Russia. Jupiter spots a polar bear that disappears before the others see it. This gets Luna wondering, why are polar bears white? When they see a frog hop onto a lily pad, Luna, Jupiter, and Clyde notice how exceptionally strong the leaf is. How can it hold a frog? What's happening here? They've just gotta know!
Luna's family is visiting India. When Jupiter loses his toothbrush, the trio is surprised to find that some cultures use twigs as toothbrushes! It gets them wondering, why do we brush our teeth? And what are cavities Going through some of Dad's photos for work, the trio gets to wondering, how do cameras work? They decide it's time for a scientific investigation.
Luna's family is traveling in western Samoa and they learn the amazing things that can be done with coconut trees. They drink some coconut water and wonder . . . how does the coconut water get in the coconut? Discover that solar energy can transform into chemical energy (sugar). After seeing different plant species in the Amazon - Luna, Jupiter, and Clyde wonder: what do plants eat?
Luna's family is exploring ancient ruins in Israel when they notice two stone arches still standing after thousands of years. It gets them wondering, how do stone arches stay together like that? It's Jupiter's birthday! His friends tell him his birthday is during the "enchente de Jararaca". The children are confused. Their friends count time differently. They wonder . . . what is a year exactly?
Luna's family is visiting an amazing cenote in Mexico. When Luna spots some spectacular stalactites, she gets to wondering, what exactly are stalactites? Luna, Jupiter, and Clyde are visiting a watermelon plantation in Africa. They are excited to see watermelon trees, but to their surprise they find the melons on the ground with no trees in sight! How do watermelons grow? They’ve just gotta know!
Luna’s family is visiting a coastal town in Japan. When their friend finds a rare pearl in an oyster, it gets them wondering . . . How do pearls get inside oysters? After talking to Grandma and Grandpa on the phone, the trio get to wondering . . . how do telephones work? They begin a fun investigation and discover electromagnetic waves!
Luna’s family notices something interesting as they head to the beach - tons of crabs eating leaves. But later, when they return, the crab burrows are covered with water and the crabs aren’t there! Where could they be? While exploring the region of Bonito in Brazil, Luna, Jupiter, Clyde and Alice investigate where the river water comes from, meet a special Brazilian animal, and some funny fish.
Luna’s family is visiting the Dead Sea. When they get in the water, they discover that it’s incredibly easy to float! Could the water from the Dead Sea be different than regular water? Luna, Jupiter and Clyde are in Hawaii when they notice ants heading into their camper. But why do the ants walk in a line? During the investigation, they’ll meet some friendly ants and sing a cool song with them!
Luna’s family has stopped at Plum Creek Ranch to visit Grandma & Grandpa. As they help Grandma plant her new tomatoes, they are surprised to find worms wiggling around in the dirt. What’s even more surprising is Grandma wants them there! Why is that? During a trip in the Caribbean, Luna, Jupiter, and Clyde notice that some islands seem to float. Could that be so?
When Luna and her family visit the leaning tower of Pisa, they are surprised to see the building really is leaning. How can it lean like that and not fall over? Luna, Jupiter, and Clyde are playing with their Indian friends. When it starts raining, the twins tell them that their ancestors used to make a perfume that smells like rain! The trio travels to the past to learn about Mitti Attar.
While picnicking in a park in Santiago, Luna’s family spots a pretty hummingbird. The trio is surprised when they see the bird fly backwards . . . Birds can fly backwards? Luna and her family are on a beach in France. When Jupiter gets a red spot where he didn’t put his sunblock on correctly, it gets Luna wondering . . . how does sunblock protect us from the sun?
Querén Raquel Magalhães Simplicio
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Exuberant kid shares scientific curiosity with others.
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