Basher Science: Chemistry: Getting a Big Reaction

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Macmillan, Dec 7, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
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Basher Science: Chemistry, Getting a Big Reaction created and illustrated by Simon Basher, Written by Dan Green: Discover the secrets of chemistry, and learn about the properties of matter and the ways in which they interact, combine and change. Chemistry is a compelling guide to a community of characters who make up everything around us.
  

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Review: Chemistry: Getting a Big Reaction! (Basher Science)

User Review  - Maria Kiguthi - Goodreads

I love the style. I usually don't like non-fiction but I can read these books quick and learn so much I totally recommend this entire series to every one especially people who easy good science. Read full review

Review: Chemistry: Getting a Big Reaction! (Basher Science)

User Review  - Shelbi Bishop - Goodreads

This book teaches all about different aspects of chemistry from the Mole to the property changes of matter. This book would be great to help children, as well as adults, learn the many aspects of Chemistry! Read full review

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Contents

Introduction
Nuts and Bolts
Lab Rats
Obnoxious Organics
Bright Sparks
Earthy Resources
Chemicals for Life
Index
Copyright

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About the author (2010)

Simon Basher is an artist and designer who has fun playing in the world of contemporary character design. Inspired by a love of simple line work and a rich palette, his characters blend the edge of manga with the cuteness of Hello Kitty.

Dan Green studied Natural Sciences at Cambridge University. Since graduating, he has written and edited many popular science titles and humorous books, become the editor of a South American national newspaper, worked as a travel writer, as well as developing and editing the wildly successful Horrible Science magazine collection. He is the “voice” of Basher’s bestselling science-made-easy books, and to date has written nine titles in the series.

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