Theodore Gray - Science - 2011 - 239 pages
Details fifty-five experiments ranging from simply making ice that sinks to copper plating iPods and building spark plugs.
Martin Gardner - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1981 - 127 pages
One of America's most prominent popular science writers presents simple instructions for using common household items to illuminate scientific principles. Simple enough to be ...
Leonard Augustine Ford - Science - 1993 - 109 pages
For many years, Leonard A. Ford, formerly Chairman of the Division of Science and Mathematics at Mankato State College, Minnesota, devised "chemical magic" shows for a series ...
Lyn Thomas - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2012 - 48 pages
Presents instructions for creating twenty-five realistic recreations for practical jokes, including shrunken heads, fake feces, attachable blisters, and broken glass.
Sandra Markle - Science - 1992 - 50 pages
Provides instructions for sixteen scientific experiments to complete using large and small self-sealing plastic bags.