What makes a car go? What does a doctor see in a patient's throat? Why do bagels have holes? The world is a big place, and kids have a lot of questions about it. Using an interactive question-and-answer format, this oversize book offers information about all sorts of things that children encounter every day.This book also offers young learners hands-on games, simple recipes, craft projects, and other activities. Accompanying the text are hundreds of incredible photos from National Geographic Little Kids magazine. Special tips suggest activities for parents and caregivers to enhance and extend the reading experience. Bursting with photos and facts, this colorful book is a great go-to guide for kids, and a handy reference for the parents and teachers who answer their questions! Series Information: Since 1888, the National Geographic Society has been a resource for knowledge about science, nature, and culture from around the world. Presenting groundbreaking photography and research in a range of formats, National Geographic offers great nonfiction for readers of all ages and levels.