Scary Science: 24 Creepy Experiments

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Scholastic Inc., 2011 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 55 pages
Afraid of things that go bump in the night? Not when YOU'RE the mad scientist!

Create your own SHRUNKEN HEADS!
Bend BONES and make EYEBALLS bounce!
Mix up festering OOZE and bubbling ALIEN BLOOD!

Here are 25 spooky experiments to get kids howling with laughter while learning some scientific facts. They'll also find out real-life stories behind deadly spiders, zombie worms, and exploding snakes with "Strange . . . but true!" facts throughout. All of these terrifyingly fun experiments include step-by-step instructions, cute and creepy illustrations, and easy-to-find ingredients, so there's no excuse not to try them!
 

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Contents

Introduction
4
Note to Parents and Teachers
5
Shrunken Heads
6
Spiderwebs
8
Howling Spirits
10
Festering Ooze
12
Flesheating Zombie
14
Disappearing Coffee Cups
16
Bubbling Alien Blood
30
Bouncing Eyes
32
Vampire Bites
34
Shocking
36
Exploding Stomach
38
Goblin Lamp
40
Ghost Legs
42
Hatching Snake Eggs
44

Zombie Food
18
Levitating Spirits
20
Alien Barf
22
Messages from Beyond
24
Rubber Bones
26
Things That Glow in the Dark
28
Ghost Lights
46
Spooky Writing
48
Ghost Food
50
Blackout
52
Glossary
54
Copyright

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About the author (2011)

Shar Levine is an award-winning, bestselling Canadian children's author who has written over 55 books and kits. She lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, but you can visit her at www.sciencelady.com.

Leslie Johnstone holds a Masters in Education specializing in Curriculum Developmen. She co-authored the award-winning, Backyard Science. Leslie lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Ashley Spires earned her BFA at the Emily Carr Institute of Art and went on to earn a graduate diploma in illustration from Sheridan College. She is also the illustrator of BINKY THE SPACE CAT. Ashley lives in British Columbia, but you can find her at www.ashleyspires.com.

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