Children's Encyclopedia of Science Experiments

Category: Book
By (author): Canavan, Thomas
By (author): Wilkins, Joe
Series: Arcturus Children's Reference Library
Subject:  JUVENILE NONFICTION / Reference / Encyclopedias
  JUVENILE NONFICTION / Science & Nature / General (see also headings under Animals
Publisher: Arcturus Publishing Limited
Published: October 2020
Format: Book-hardcover
Pages: 128
Size: 11.00in x 8.80in x 0.75in

Additional Notes

From The Publisher*

There was a time when people thought scientific reactions were magical spells, and you can see why!

This encyclopaedia of 40 experiments will show curious kids the amazing things that science can do. The experiments are easy to do, requiring no special equipment, but they explain key scientific principles.

Experiments include:
• Creating sugar crystals
• Making goop to test non-Newtonian fluids
• Lighting up a room with a balloon and static energy from your hair
• Making your own instrument to learn how vibrations create sound
• And many more!

Eye-catching full-color photographs throughout the book show how these principles work on a larger scale - and introduce some fascinating facts. This book is perfect for children aged 8+.

ABOUT THE SERIES: The Children's Encyclopedia series by Arcturus Publishing uses stunning photography, fabulous facts and useful diagrams to introduce a variety of subjects - from the animal kingdom to space. Great to dip into, these reference guides are a staple for any child's bookshelf.

Biographical NoteThomas Canavan is an award-winning author who has written numerous books for Arcturus, including Miraculous Magic Tricks and The Amazing Book of Science Questions and Answers.