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- DescriptionDO try this at home! Science Stunts will start a chain reaction of fun and experimentation outside the lab. Readers will be amazed and delighted as they try magic tricks that are based in important physics concepts such as gravity, inertia, magnetism, sound vibrations, and more. Narrated by a humorous science showman, Dr. Dazzleberry (kwn to his fans as Dr. Dazz ), readers go on a journey through many amazing scientific discoveries. Amusing, edifying commentary from cartoon versions of Newton, Galileo, and Einstein inspire student scientist to experiment with glee. An appendix and short bios of the physicists featured provide fascinating facts about the scientists' lives and achievements. Magical science that's amazing, astounding, and sure to appeal to middle-grade and middle school readers. - Kirkus Reviews
- Author BiographyJordan D. Brown has written award-winning books, articles, and websites for children, teachers, and parents. His clients include Scholastic, Sesame Workshop, TIME for Kids, and Thirteen/WNET. His nonfiction work includes Robo World, a biography of a robot designer (Joseph Henry Press); his children's fiction includes Just Kidding! and Animal E.R. Brown has written science articles, games, and humorous songs about astronomy, paleontology, marine biology, and much more for the American Museum of Natural History's kids website, OLogy. Brown has also served as Educational Consultant for a variety of preschool children's shows, including The Mr. Men Show (Cartoon Network), Dinosaur Train (PBS), My Friend Rabbit (NBC), and Miss Spider s Sunny Patch Friends (Nickelodeon).
- Author(s)Anthony Owsley,Jordan D. Brown
- PublisherCharlesbridge Publishing,U.S.
- Date of Publication18/01/2016
- SubjectChildren's General Non-Fiction
- Place of PublicationNew York
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintImagine Publishing, Inc
- Content Noteillustrations
- Weight567 g
- Width203 mm
- Height254 mm
- Spine15 mm
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