Microscopic Monsters - Nick Arnold Reviews
Description:ISBN 1407106139 / Genre: Junior Books / Author: Nick Arnold / Edition: new / Paperback / 160 Pages / Book is published 2008-12-01 by Scholastic
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by Bagger_Vance - written on 07/01/12 (Useful, 16 readings)
This book is very fun to read it is also full of interesting facts. Some parts of the book should not really be read while you are eating like the bit about the operation a certain doctor used to perform on his patients where he would remove their entire colon. It also has a Private Investigator mentioned ( he is a fiction character) who keeps ...
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by CarolineR-D - written on 15/11/11 (Very useful, 86 readings)
The author sums up this book perfectly when he says: "Foul scientific secrets and disgusting discoveries served up with a hearty helping of belly-laughs." Horrible Science, like the Horrible Histories series, seeks to present its subject matter in a fun and amusing way. It emphasises the particularly gruesome and disgusting bits in the hope of providing maximum entertainment value for its young readers. It's a formula that works. A good helping of the 'yuck' factor often goes down well with children. I will make the same criticism that I have made of Horrible Histories, however. Horrible Science books also start from the premise that science in its usual, school-taught form is ...
Horrible Science Annual, 2009 - Nick ArnoldFoul facts and Squishy science (781 words)
by HonestBob - written on 25/11/08 (Very useful, 107 readings)
What a 'humongously horrible' treat this is. Divided into five chapters, this annual treats us to the more gruesome aspects of biology and chemistry and physics Dangerous Dinosaurs; This chapter starts with a diagram explaining the demise of dinosaurs. The picture presents a semi-skeletonised T-Rex and its environment with labels on various parts co-ordinating with text, e.g 3a (the volcano in the diagram) is concerned with 'Gross gases guffing out of volcanoes which made the rain turn into acid' The chapter then provides a cartoon story explaining how tough life for 'terrible lizards' (dinosaurs to you and I) could be. This chapter is great for dinosaur mad ...