Synopses & Reviews
Weird, wacky, and wickedly cool...
The fun way to learn about science!
Hey, Einstein! You don't have to be a genius to entertain and educate kids at the same time. Just give 'em The Mad Scientist Handbook -- the greatest collection of creepy crafts, insane inventions, and freaky experiments ever devised. Packed with easy-to-understand instructions and simple illustrations, this engaging activity book will show kids how to: -- Make oozing green slime -- Build a high-speed balloon car -- Cook up delicious edible glass -- Create a tornado machine -- Build an exploding volcano -- Pass an egg through the neck of a bottle without breaking it -- and much more!
Plus, they'll learn lots of weird facts along the way, like how every experiment in this book works and who figured it out first. It's the perfect handbook for every budding mad scientist.
It doesn't take a genius to entertain and educate kids at the same time. Just give them "The Mad Scientist Handbook, " the greatest collection of creepy crafts, insane inventions, and freaky experiments ever devised. Young Adult.
Are you ready to become a Mad SCIENTIST?
Inside, you'll find a wild and wacky collection of cool experiments you can do with things found around the house. Discover how to ...
-- Make oozing green slime
-- Build a high-speed balloon car
-- Cook up delicious edible glass
-- Mix up a pool of fake blood
-- Create a tornado machine
-- Build an exploding volcano
-- Turn yourself into a human lightbulb
-- Make your own pit of quicksand
Plus you'll learn some weird facts along the way, like how every experiment in this book works, who figured it out first, and why they became mad scientists.
Jam-packed with easy-to-understand instructions and chock-full of pictures, this quirky must-have handbook is guaranteed to turn you into a mad scientist in no time.
About the Author
is the author of twelve books including the bestselling Polish Your Furniture with Panty Hose
series. His titles have sold in the hundreds of thousands. Joey has appeared on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno", "Late Night with Conan O'Brien," "Dateline," "CNN Newsnight," "Good Morning America," "Today," "Rosie O'Donnell
," and dozens of other national and regional television and radio shows. In print he has appeared in hundreds of periodicals including the New York Times, People, Los Angeles Times
, and the Washington Post
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