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Entertainment DC’s ‘Flash Facts’ Trailer Shows Superheroes Teaching STEM

19:53  21 january  2021
19:53  21 january  2021 Source:   hollywoodreporter.com

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Derek Charm/ DC . The Flash and his fellow DC superheroes will help middle-grade readers understand science in a 2021 graphic novel release. Finally, science will be taught at the high speed it' s always deserved, thanks to next year' s newly announced Flash Facts middle-grade anthology.

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Before Flash Facts: Ten Terrific Tales about Science and Technology speeds into stores next month, DC has created a trailer for the science-based middle grade anthology, making its exclusive reveal on The Hollywood Reporter today.

DC’s first STEM-related middle grade graphic novel, Flash Facts is targeted at readers ages 8 through 12, and intended to create a bridge between STEM lessons from the classroom and everyday life, as demonstrated by DC super heroes. The book was reviewed by educational experts to ensure accuracy.

The book was curated and edited by actor Mayim Bialik; she also contributes the foreword and afterword to the book. Amongst the creators contributing to the anthology are Cecil Castellucci, Sholly Fisch, Vita Ayala, Dustin Hansen, Amanda Deibert, and Corinna Bechko.

Flash Facts will be published digitally and in print Feb. 2. Watch the trailer below.

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