However, the book was just the beginning. "Then she picked out her four favorite projects inside of the science book," Kim continued. "And then packed each one of (of these bags) with all of the ingredients."
There's also another project that shows you how to make "Sticky Slime." We're not quite sure what that is, but North is about to find out. Which means some major cleanup could soon be in order for the Kim and Kanye house.
The book also shows you how to make "Sugar Crystal Lollipops." Now Kim and Kanye won't have to run out to the store when they run out of the sugary treat. Instead, North can simply whip up a fresh batch.
And here's the book, turned to the proper page for Sugar Crystal Lollipops. The fourth project that Kendall highlighted was just as sweet, called "Monster Marshmallows." "Sorry, I just, like, love this," Kim said.
Kim's video of Kendall's gift wound up being shared on Intagram and Twitter. And once it went out, the Internet loved it. People couldn't get over what a cool gift that is to give to a curious four-year-old.
When people think of the Kardashian/Jenner family, most probably first think of their careers as reality TV stars. But perhaps that's not all that they're about. This gift shows there could be more to the Kardashian family than meet the eye.
Some people were surprised that Kendall didn't just get North a designer outfit. Perhaps because they only think of her based on her Instagram posts or her failed Pepsi ad. But that's not all there is to her.
Some Twitter users said seeing Kendall's gift was an inspiration. Kendall's probably used to inspiring people fashion-wise. But now, she's also doing it when it comes to giving thoughtful, educational gifts.
One Twitter user couldn't help but wonder if Kendall got the gift herself, or if she had some assistance. It seems like a fair bet that at least some assistance was provided. But either way, it sends a message that science can be cool and fun, no matter what your age is.