The Gigantic Ants and Other Cases
Einstein Anderson is a whiz at science, and readers are invited to have fun matching wits with this detective as he investigates ten mind-boggling mysteries of science -- from the icy question of cutting a piece of ice in half to the mysteries of speedy snakes and gigantic ants.
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