Frank Einstein and the Antimatter Motor

Publisher: Abrams

Klink and Klank, schoolboy Frank Einstein's live robots, assembled using bits of a toaster, a vacuum-cleaner, stereo speakers and a talking doll, should be enough to win the Midville Science Prize. But Frank decides to create an Antimatter Motor Fly Bike, which does much the same as the Hadron Collider in Cern, to secure the prize. His arch-rival T. Edison has other plans…to steal the robots, win the prize and take over Grandpa Al's workshop-lab.

A gripping, comical tale of ambition, imagination, determination, old bicycle wheels and expired batteries which blends real science with wacky science-fiction to create the compelling first book in a new series by best-selling author Jon Scienzka.

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