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Product description

Physics can be fatally tough to teach. It’s true! But if you’re dying of exhaustion after another long day struggling to force the facts down your stubborn students’ throats, use this book to make them laugh – and learn! It’s stuffed with foul facts and sickening stories that make kids snap to attention and start handing in homework on time (honest). What other science book can do that?

Just use this horrid book to show your pupils:
  • how gravity can make you lose your head
  • how a lamppost can wallop you
  • what makes your fillings explode
  • how your ears stop you from falling off your bike
  • how to hit Terminal Velocity. Eeek!!

Now you won’t have to force them to learn! After all, why have boring science when you can have Horrible Science?

Product Details

Series

Horrible Science

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9780439944489

Date published

April 7th, 2008

Other details
  • 176 pages
Condition

New

Author/Illustrator

Nick Arnold

Tony De Saulles

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  1. ellie-melay27
    on 6 March 2013

    soooo funny i love this book and all it’s series! it’s a really fun way to learn about the worst forces of all time. you don’t even have to like art, science or be good at either one of them to like this series. hope you like this book and i recommend all the other books in the series too!

  2. Funkyboy9
    on 3 March 2011

    Really good full of facts. Good read. As are most other Horrible science books. good mixture of pictures and writing.

    4out of 5