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"...the look is punchy, immediate and effective. The content is
equally gripping." -- The Guardian
"An engrossing read and an ideal way to painlessly impart a great
deal of science history." -- New Scientist
"I love science... It's great to see a book making it accessible... Science should be fun."
-- Damien Hirst
"This blending of science and art is pure genius. No budding
chemist should be seen without this vital accessory." -- www.writeaway.org.uk
"This illustrated pocket-sized guide is a creative bombshell and
will transform the way you think." -- TES --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
Bringing together science, personal ads and Manga – it is the Periodic Table as never seen before!See all Product Description
Simple little book and easy to read, it's meant for kids but adults can enjoy it too, I certainly do.Published 2 months ago by nazareno
Pre-owned - not a problem. However, disappointingly without Periodic Table.Published 9 months ago by Sharon
A friend recommended this book to me and I was very impressed when I bought it. I was always keep it near me when reading or watching TV as I find it comes in handy when something... Read morePublished 23 months ago by moira major
I bought this book for my 8 year old. It makes learning fun & easy thanks to the brilliant element characters & clear concise information. Read morePublished on 3 Oct. 2013 by Miss.Chief
Very pleased with this book. Bought to help my son with his KS3 science. Presented in a friendly way, easy to follow.Published on 24 Sept. 2013 by Mrs Rachel Hodson
Great book - brings the elements of chemistry to life ! Easy to understand for any age group and quirky characters help them stick in a child's memory.Published on 2 Aug. 2013 by Mrs M
I got this for my 7yr old who prefers fact books over story books. He loves it! On long car journeys we play "guess the element" where he reads out the description. Read morePublished on 19 July 2013 by Oxtid
The elements are given a character and voice.
My 9 year old son really got captivated and so did
did I (his mom). Read more