hello, i am

Chris Ferrie

“ My mission is to take the big ideas in science and translate them into things that parents and children will like ”

" Children are little scientists from birth "

I am a physicist, mathematician, researcher, children’s book author and father of four budding young scientists. He obtained his doctorate in Mathematical Physics from the University of Waterloo in Waterloo, Canada and is currently an associate professor at University of Technology Sydney.
Chris is the creator and author of “Quantum Physics for Babies” and many many more science books for babies and young kids. He has now published more than 40 books in English by introducing complex subjects to children with simple illustrations.

 
Since 2017, I have joined the production of a 52 episode video lecture “Physics for Babies”, specially designed for kids in China . He also worked with China Children’s Publication and Press Group, the biggest children’s book publisher in China and wrote a 50 book series “Red Kangaroo Thousands Physics Whys”.

Did you know?

Chris is the creator and author of the children’s book brand Baby University, a series of board books and picture books that introduce complex subjects to children, among which the most popular ones include “Quantum Physics for Babies”, “Goodnight Lab”, “There Was a Black Hole that Swallowed the Universe” and so on.

Mark Zuckerberg

CEO of Facebook, posted a family photograph on Facebook in 2015, where his wife Priscilla Chan cradles baby Max as Zuckerberg holds open Chris Ferrie’s book, Quantum Physics for Babies.

And a bit more...

The 50 book series “Red Kangaroo Thousands Physics Whys” , published by China Children’s Press & Publication Group in 2018, was another success creation by Chris. In the book series, Dr Chris Ferrie and a Red Kangaroo talk about physics topics such as Newton’s laws, optics, aerodynamics  in an easily understood way via questions and answers which closely related to kids’ daily life.

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