101 Incredible Experiments for the Shed Scientist

Author(s): Rob Beattie

Sciences

This funny and enchanting book bubbles with fantastical tricks, experiments and inventions - all of which can be conjured up from the seemingly innocuous world of the garden shed! Packed with over 100 ingenious projects, this magical book is guaranteed to interest and illuminate - as well as bring hours of uninterrupted fun and enjoyment. Whether you want to make slime, create glow-in-the-dark gherkins, make a teabag fly, build a static electricity flea circus, erect a homemade power station, construct a can crusher, create a hologram, make square bubbles or extract DNA from food, this book is a treasure trove of bright ideas that will bring out the secret sorcerer and scientist in everyone. And of course, all the experiments are tested, safe and easy to complete, to ensure that you and your shed don't disappear in a puff of smoke. Fully illustrated with antique artwork, this gem of a book is set to become another cult classic - welcome to the adventure of shed science! First published 2006.

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Charmingly illustrated gift book of wonderful tricks and experiments in bestselling format

Rob Beattie remembers only too well his dad's shed (actually it was a garage, but it was a shed in spirit) and the many wondrous experiments that came out of it. From making dancing spaghetti to creating his own insecticide, he learnt all the tricks that are essential for making the most of your shed. He is a journalist who writes about technology and music and has written for The Sunday Times, Mail on Sunday, Observer and Easy PC. He lives in Brighton with a great shed at the bottom of the garden.

General Fields

  • : 9780091914202
  • : Ebury Press
  • : Ebury Press
  • : November 2006
  • : 202mm X 152mm X 16mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Rob Beattie
  • : Hardback
  • : 1
  • : 502
  • : 128
  • : Popular science
  • : Illustrations