Friday, December 2nd, 2016

Summer Reading: The Book Of Potentially Catastrophic Science

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The Book of Potentially Catastrophic Science is for science fans who are age 9 and up. It’s filled with 50 homemade experiments to try out at home. They’re easy to follow and fascinating to figure out how to do.

Young readers will learn about the men and women behind the discoveries as well as how their achievements benefited humankind. They will also learn how to be hands-on and work on really cool projects. You can do things like make batteries, create lightening in our mouths, build rockets, and my personal fave…how to create a microwave oven. The author Sean Connolly includes simple instructions using household items and ingredients. Check it out!

Published by Workman Publishing, the price is $13.95.

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4 Responses to “Summer Reading: The Book Of Potentially Catastrophic Science”
  1. Percy Fleurilus says:

    I always use microwave ovens at home because they are very very convenient.`

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  2. Ivelisse Schulle says:

    Microwave ovens are certainly useful whenever you desire to cook some foods as rapidly as possible. It save me a lot of time whenever it comes to cooking.

  3. Wall Hooks  says:

    microwave ovens are very convenient and they are energy efficient too”-~

  4. Freddie Cook says:

    microwave ovens can cook your food very fast, i love these ovens’,’