Mr Shaha’s Recipes for Wonder

Adventures in Science Round the Kitchen Table

Publisher: Scribe

Review

Learn to think like a scientist in this beautifully illustrated book, which celebrates and inspires readers to be curious and explore the world around them.

Discover about how sound works by getting drinking glasses to "sing", investigate chemical reactions with vitamin-powered rockets, and explore Newton’s Third Law by making balloon-driven cars. There are over 15 experiments with clear, step-by-step instructions, and which use everyday items around the home. 

An ideal gift for children who love to experiment or learn how to understand how things work, this book will be very handy for keeping kids and adults busy on a rainy day.

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