Il volume, rilegato e di grande formato, offre una panoramica della scienza che parte dal Big Bang e prosegue con la fisica, la chimica, la biologia, l'anatomia e la geologia, per arrivare all'astronomia e al futuro dell'universo. Lo stile è quello inconfondibile dei libri delle "Brutte scienze" in formato più piccolo e più economici: battute, curiosità e... tante schifezze per spiegare la scienza dalla parte dei ragazzini. Età di lettura: da 8 anni.
- ISBN: 8884516218
- Casa Editrice: Salani
- Pagine: 92
Gross, Quirky & Informative, Everything you want from a Science Book.
The Stunning Science of Everything is a nonfiction book written by Nick Arnold and illustrated by Tony De Saulles. It is most likely intended for children ages 7-11. Summary: Accompanied by goofy cartoons and filled with disgusting details, this book covers many different scientific topics including Leggi tutto
Good for young ambitious scientists wanting to learn about microbes, the planets and the universe.
The layout of this book is very unusual so captures the attention of the reader and draws them in. This layout also means it is very easy to read, yet still factual.
Silly cartoons punctuate the scientific theories, discoveries, and explanations inthis volume full of the offbeat, thebizarre, and the just plain “gross.” Slime, disease, bloodsucking bugs, bodily functions, and more are all discussed in a fashion designed to get kids’ attention by exploiting the “g Leggi tutto
This book is the best. This book was so good a scientist (any kind of scientist) would be talking about quantums and quarks and hailstones affect the weather instantly. This book was a piece of cake when I read it. It had less pages that other "Horrible" books. My least favorite chapter was the end
Clearly aimed at the "we still find poop funny" age group, this book actually manages to lightly cover a wide variety of scientific theories. There's a tiny bit of ecology, biology, anatomy, quantum theory, and other ideas in the overly-colorful pages. There's also booger jokes. It's an interesting
A rather fun romp through all of science. A tad hyper for my weary, embittered adult tastes, but as a child I would have obsessively read and re-read this for the concise science facts and fart jokes.
This book is gross and informative - my 10-year-old and I are reading it and cackling.
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