This Animated Particle Physics Book Isn't Just For KidsAttila Nagy3/07/16 7:06amFiled to: scienceparticle physicssymmetry magazinechildren's book135EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkGIF A is of Accelerator, B is for Black hole, C is for Cryostat! Those are just a few of the particle physics lessons your kids will get from Symmetry Magazine’s new lovely, animated alphabet book that gives them an early start on science. Heck, you might learn a little something too.AdvertisementThe 26-page book—Symmetry’s ABCs of Particle Physics—is available in three different formats: the animated version runs smoothly in your browser when you scroll up and down the pages, or you can view the static version or a pretty PDF edition to read the book offline or in print.The short, rhyming collection of basic particle physics concepts “will lead you to minuscule particles, high-tech equipment, far-out phenomena and fascinating theories” write the book’s authors, Lauren Biron and Chris Smith. And the book’s images, a few of which we’ve included below, are something to behold too. C is for cryostat, so icy and cold!D is for detector, where collisions unfold.I is for inflation that made the universe expand.N is for neutrinos coming in endless streams.T is for tracks particles leave as a trail.Contact the author at email@example.com.