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Explosieve experimenten (Horrible Science Special)

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This second "Horrible Science Special" reveals how many mistakes scientists make on the road to discovery, while giving readers the chance to try a few things out for themselves. The experiments are all completely original, but don't require any equipment that a child couldn't readily find at home.
Paperback, 216 pages
Published 2003 by Kluitman (first published 2001)
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This had tons of fizzing experiments. Beware of the warnings! Don't forget if you have some old newspaper or a yard you can do some of them. There stuff like seeing inside your eyeballs, making a phantom ghost (some of you know about it, but the ones who don't I'm just writing if for ya),etc. I liked the one where you could make a drum just by using a tissue, a large piece of pipe, and some salt and a radio. A funny one is where Will D. Beast's nephew, Wilson, he always does stuff funny like thi...more
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Nick Arnold is the author of the award winning series, Horrible Science and Wild Lives. Arnold's first published works appeared as a result of a project he was working on at the University of North London, when he was trying to teach young children. A positive review was written about him, and he started to write the "Horrible Science" books. His books are illustrated by Tony De Saulles.
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