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The Kitchen Science Cookbook

By Dr. Michelle Dickinson | Hardback | 3 Review(s)

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The Kitchen Science Cookbook is a beautiful, lovingly crafted recipe book with a twist - every recipe is also a science experiment that you can do at home using only the ingredients found in your pantry.

Format
Hardback
Release Date
23 Jul 2018
Author(s)
Dr. Michelle Dickinson
Publisher
Nanogirl Labs Limited
ISBN-13
9780473425975
Dimensions
260mm x 304mm x 26mm
Pages
182
Format
Hardback
Release Date
23 Jul 2018
Author(s)
Dr. Michelle Dickinson
Publisher
Nanogirl Labs Limited
ISBN-13
9780473425975
Dimensions
260mm x 304mm x 26mm
Pages
182

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30 Apr 2018

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Kitchen Science Cookbook

I might just be a bit excited about the release of this – I love all things scientific! Nano Girl has a significant following on social media and promotes principles of science for children. As an engineer and science communicator, she encourages understanding and curiosity of principle and laws – drawing from her extensive laboratory and research experience. Her book is packed full of creative ideas that you can do at home. No previous experience is needed and it is designed to explore the worlds of physics, chemistry and biology – along with construction and building principles to develop skills of future engineers. Did you know that you can make a candle out of half a banana and a sliver of almond? Discover how to create liquids of different density to float with beautiful results. What makes a balloon inflate over a bottle? Did you know that chicken bones could bend? There are edible recipes too and a particular favourite is the concoctions for slime! It’s a perfect way to engage with your children and tempt them away from screen time. Discover this fabulous and full book instore!

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30 Apr 2018

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16 Apr 2018

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Kitchen Science Cookbook

The Kitchen Science Cookbook is a lovingly crafted recipe book with a twist - each recipe is a science experiment you can do at home with your family using easy-to-find ingredients you're likely to already have on hand.

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16 Apr 2018

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23 Jul 2018
By Bob Jones
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Kitchen Science Cookbook

I bought this book for my Grandchildren and they love it. As a heavy hardback book they treat it with care and they love the big pictures that help them to see what the experiment will be like. So far every ingredient has been common enough that I already have it in the kitchen, and lots of the have been delicious enough that there is no mess left at the end. I've been struggling to get my grandchildren off their computers but this book does the trick by getting them involved and using their hands. I wish science had been like this when I was their age!

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23 Jul 2018
By Bob Jones
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