Children astonish us with eager wonderment about the simple mysteries around us—the drop of rain, the stir of the wind, the fall of a lemon, the tease of a tickle, the crackle of a popcorn, or the moo of a cow. Children are awed and their imagination takes flight in trying to understand the routines of the universe in their systemic and pure order. This book is a celebration of a child’s curiosity and love for asking why. Adults have a lot to learn from a child, not really to challenge the way things are but to appreciate the complex design that holds all things together, each with its own role and function in the master plan. Something Curious Book I is written for children and parents who love to read to their children. It also invites the mature and wisely curious to enjoy, even for a moment, in assuming the mind and heart of a child that engages in the whys of the world’s simple mysteries.