Super Science by Tom Adams
Matter Matters!

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It’s pop-up chemistry chaos in this novelty-packed exploration of the science of matter.

This new science series is a breath of fresh air, explaining key elements of science in a fun, straightforward way. The engaging, lighthearted text is perfectly complemented by the humorous, comic-book style illustrations. Explore atoms, molecules, reactions, elements, radioactivity and other aspects of chemistry with interactive novelties and fun experiment suggestions on every spread.
 

About Tom Adams

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Tom Adams is a TV producer with fifteen years of program-making experience, specializing in science and history documentaries for the Discovery Channel, History Channel, BBC, and Channel 4. He is a member of the Association of British Science Writers. His first children’s book was, Feel the Force! was the opening title in the Super Science series.Thomas Flintham studied illustration at the Camberwell College of Art. The Super Science series is Thomas’s first nonfiction project, where his funky, cartoony illustrations bring the subjects to life. He lives in London.
 
Published August 14, 2012 by Templar. 18 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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An elastic band on the “Sound” spread won’t last long and some flaps (which also tend not to last long when young children are around) have significant passages of text printed on them, but overall the features are cleverly designed.

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On air pressure: “Although you can’t see them, air is made up of particles called molecules, each weighing a very small amount.” Cartoons, pop-ups, mini-books, flaps, tabs, and sidebars further elaborate on the various topics, and numerous experiments encourage further exploration and scrut...

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