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The Amazing Science Fair Project

(Project Kids Adventure #3)

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Amanda was terrified. Sure, she and her friends had built a huge tree house and an awesome haunted house together - but now she was in way over her head. Those projects had been for fun - but this one was going to be marked! She and her lab partners have to do a class project for the School Science Fair - but they have absolutely no idea where to start or even what to do. ...more
Paperback, 234 pages
Published May 3rd 2015 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
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Jay Arcy
Apr 14, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Such an amazing read! The kids are funny, smart, organized, yet they still act like kids. This should be a recommended reading in school because it inspires the young readers to value good grades and to exert true effort in their studies.

My favorites:

For some strange reason, there was a long line-up when Ben opened the secret bag of cotton candy at recess.


She’s been to India and Africa and Europe and South America, and she even rode an Elephant and a Camel once!” F
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Andy Pachman
Apr 19, 2015 rated it it was ok
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I found this book to be well written for the readers it aims for. I always found it hard to write for children since you have to finely balance between writting so they understand and not writting it as if they were stupid. I feel this book has achieved that balance.

However I don't find the plot to be very amusing. I understand it's meant to teach a few things between chapters and not just entertain. Still I think the story is too much on the boring side. It just feels like the every
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Gary M. Nelson, BSC, PMP (Gazza) is passionate about sharing knowledge and making Project Management concepts more accessible, particularly to new and aspiring Project Managers (of all ages). Said another way, he likes to tell stories to help convey complex concepts in a way that helps the concepts "stick". Who says learning shouldn't be fun?

Born in Calgary, Alberta (Canada), Gary move
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Project Kids Adventure (5 books)
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