This Book Thinks You're a Scientist: Imagine · Experiment · Create Paperback – 13 Sep 2016
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'Any science book worth its salt can carry across its themes and messages by encouraging you not to just read about cool science, but do some very cool science experiments yourself! That's why this book encourages you to imagine, experiment and create with a ton of really fantastic ideas and ways to use the book to do some practical demonstrations of the theories shared in this fascinating tome.'--Read It Daddy blog
'Two key areas stand out as being particularly impressive: the presentation of the book and the user-friendly nature of the investigations.'--The Bookbag
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'With compelling photographs and illustrations, each page brings science to life creating the perfect book for children who love to investigate and explore.' --ni4kids
'Through a series of creatively and quirkily illustrated prompts, readers are encouraged to enage in their own hands-on experiments and explore science by questioning everything. It's a great way for your children to the spend the afternoon, out in the sun, experimenting on things you probably never thought they would' --Engineering and Technology magazine
About the Author
Harriet Russell is a freelance illustrator.