Destroy This Book In The Name Of Science

9780552555173: Destroy This Book In The Name Of Science

Following on from the success of Destroy This Book: Einstein Edition, the Galileo Edition is the ultimate activity-based book for boffins and inquisitive children who are inspired by science!With fascinating facts, colouring and doodling activities to complete, and a dozen press-out projects to create, there's hours of fun to be had cutting, tearing and pulling apart the pages (all in the name of science, of course). Projects include Build Your Own Brainiac, The Camouflage Chameleon, The Souvenir Skull and many more. Best of all, no expensive craft supplies are required.

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About the Author :

Mike Barfield is a writer, poet, performer, songwriter, ukulele player and cartoonist. He has written extensively for TV and radio - with credits as diverse as The Dennis the Menace and Gnasher Show and Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?. His cartoon drawings have been displayed in The Cartoon Museum, V & A Museum, Museum of London and beyond.Mike's latest book, Destroy This Book In The Name of Science!, continues his tradition of creating fun non-fiction for younger readers. It is a unique children's science activity book where the reader is encouraged to doodle, cut and colour the pages, as well as make over a dozen amazing working models, including a balancing Isaac Newton, and nodding models of both Albert Einstein and Marie Curie! Every page, including the cover, is an interactive experience for the reader - as well as being huge fun!When Mike isn't busy writing and drawing, he performs science-based shows and humour-filled workshops at schools, libraries and festivals across the country.Mike has a first-class degree in botany and zoology from King's College,

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