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by John Cassidy

Download Explorabook: A Kid's Science Museum in a Book ePub
  • ISBN 1591747996
  • ISBN13 978-1591747994
  • Language English
  • Author John Cassidy
  • Publisher Klutz; Act Spi edition (August 1, 1991)
  • Formats lrf doc docx mbr
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Science Nature and How It Works
  • Size ePub 1517 kb
  • Size Fb2 1212 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 494

A hands-on science museum squeezed between the covers of a book. Tons of experiments are featured and nearly all of them can be done right on the spot using the magnifying lens, magnet, agar and other bound-in apparatus.

Comes With: plastic magnet wand, mirror, moire spinner, diffraction grating, Fresnel lens, 2 packets of agar growth medium

• Create wonderful things • Be good • Have fun


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Explorabook : A Kid's Science Museum in a Book. by The Exploratorium and John Cassidy. A hands-on science museum squeezed between the covers of a book. Tons of experiments are featured and nearly all of them can be done right on the spot using the magnifying lens, magnet, agar and other bound-in apparatus.

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Not all the books are about developing a skill; there has also been a geography book containing, among other physical attachments, packets of rice corresponding to the . Explorabook: A Kid's Science Museum in a Book.

Not all the books are about developing a skill; there has also been a geography book containing, among other physical attachments, packets of rice corresponding to the average daily caloric intake among the poorest people of the world. Many of their books are spiral bound and teach various crafts. The items needed are usually included with the book, . The Klutz credo is: Create wonderful things, be good, have fu. . Gotcha Gadgets: Build Electronic Gizmos to Play 20 Tricks. LEGO Chain Reactions: Design and Build Amazing Moving Machines.

Zap Science: A Scientific Playground in a Book. By John Cassidy, Paul Doherty and Pat Murphy. Winner of the Scientific American Young Readers Book Award

Zap Science: A Scientific Playground in a Book. Winner of the Scientific American Young Readers Book award. The Klutz Book of Magnetic Magic. by Paul Doherty and John Cassidy. Ten Magnets, 50 Brazilian Centavos, dozens of magnetic science and magic activities,many in print for the first time. Explorabook: A Kids' Science Museum in a Book. by the Irish Triumvirate: John Cassidy, Paul Doherty and Pat Murphy. More than a million copies sold.

Explorabook: A Kid's Science Museum in a Book by John Cassidy (from Klutz)

Explorabook: A Kid's Science Museum in a Book by John Cassidy (from Klutz). Reader's Digest How Things Work series (How the Body Works, How Nature Works, How the Universe Works, and others).

Books Published - Nonfiction. Zap Science: A Scientific Playground in a Book, by John Cassidy, Paul Doherty, and Pat Murphy. Explorabook, A Kid's Science Museum in a Book, by John Cassidy with the assistance of Pat Murphy and Paul Doherty (Klutz Press, 1991). This book is the Swiss Army knife of activity books. All the tools a child needs to do the experiments are attached to the book. This collaborative project was authored by John Cassidy of Klutz Press, working closely with Paul Doherty, head of the Exploratorium's teaching programs, and myself.

Additional Product Features. Place of Publication. Novelty & Activity Books.

by Cassidy, John Novelty book. Additional Product Features.

Talk about Explorabook: A Kid's Science Museum in a Book


Kale
This was one of my favorite books as a child! I remember leaving my copy out in the rain as a child, and was so upset when it was ruined. I decided to be nostalgic one day and re-ordered this copy. It was in very good condition for being a used book (even all of the extras and projects that the book comes with were still there) and it was also a great price! I have had just as much fun going through it as an adult, as I did while I was a kid. So happy with this purchase!
Duzshura
Your kids will adore this book, and you'll get a kick out of it too. I bought this for my niece's birthday, because I had a copy of this fun book as a child. It's full of neat experiments, and even practical things you can do with the book right there, because it includes things like magnifying lens, magnets, and other stuff.
Zeks Horde
This book was in great condition and was only missing the magnet wand. the agar was even still sealed! I nostalgia-ed so hard over this book, and am so happy to get to experience it again with my kids.
Iarim
One of my favorite books as a kid! I never had the attention span to read it all the way through but now that I ordered it again I am enjoying it over and over. An amazingly written book will help your kids get a love of science and its many facets. Parent's assistance in enjoying the book is recommended otherwise they might miss alot like I did!
Kearanny
So happy I found this book again, I loved it as a kid and got to give it as a gift to a new reader
Hulis
It's a a fun book that presents basic scientific theories in a simple and fun hands on manual. The only criticism is that is a bit too basic at times and doesn't fully explain the idea that well. I bought the book for my 4 children and they love it, it's often found in the mists of there toys. They dip in and out asking about the different concepts. Overall, we are very happy!!
Datrim
These books are creative, educational, high quality, and fun! My children have several versions of Klutz books, and they are all wonderful. They provide a cure for boredom that both kids and adults can appreciate. This one as all the others, is hands-on!
This book is amazingly fun. I spent so many hours with it as a kid.