What Is A Tesseract? And Other Scientific Stuff, by Rebecca Rose Orton, is similar to a textbook, but shorter, consisting of only 30 pages. This book teaches about tesseracts, points, dimensions, and more in a way that some may find interesting and funny, especially since it uses a sun with a face to teach about dimensions. This book has illustrations to help you understand what the text means. As they say, a picture is worth one thousand words.
Although What Is A Tesseract? And Other Scientific Stuff is similar to a textbook, it draws in the reader like a good story does. My favorite thing about this book is how the author helps you learn about dimensions with a sun, adding flares. One thing I did not like about this book was that it was a bit confusing at times. Overall, this book is good for ages nine to fourteen. If you like reading, science, and math, this is the book for you. Be sure to check it out.