The science book for kids. Research

I have gathered some info on ideas children have on future seas. 

http://www.c4csd.org/ - This is the Centre for Children's Speculative Design - 

facilitating interactions between child and adult designers interested in each other’s unique perspectives. Our growing collective brings together children, artists, designers, scholars and educational researchers to explore “what if...?” scenarios and celebrate children’s imaginations, one of humanity’s most precious assets.

Our research framework is inspired but not limited by contemporary speculative design and ideation processes and submits itself to an expanding array of analysis capabilities. Using a mixed-methods approach, the Center provides both quantitative and qualitative tools to enable practitioners to explore speculative designs through an ethical, child-centered lens.
 The   Children’s Imagined Robots   exhibition features over one hundred drawings of robots designed by children in Denmark, Germany, Russia, Tanzania and the United States.  The exhibit presents a unique perspective on alternate futures imagined by children in different cultures.  As you view these designs, consider that the artists who created them may be the first to live in a world with social robots yet their views are rarely considered early in the design process.

The Children’s Imagined Robots exhibition features over one hundred drawings of robots designed by children in Denmark, Germany, Russia, Tanzania and the United States.  The exhibit presents a unique perspective on alternate futures imagined by children in different cultures.  As you view these designs, consider that the artists who created them may be the first to live in a world with social robots yet their views are rarely considered early in the design process.

Posing what if questions to kids. I have started to gather research.

 

 

Research of a child' reading habits.

http://www.booktrust.org.uk/usr/library/documents/main/final-digital_reading_survey-wed-pdf.pdf 

I am going to interviewsome stakeholder and experts in a modern child's reading habits.