Kids can learn about science while doodling, drawing, solving puzzles, and playing games with The Ultimate Activity Book for Mad Scientists?. It's all about having fun (and maybe even learning along the way). Try doodling what's coming out of the scientist's test tube or match the scientist with his or her discovery. In "Two Truths and a Lie," you'll separate science fact from fiction. Plus, you can create your own constellations, write sentences using chemistry, adopt an element, give people Einstein hair, and more!
Parents are constantly on the lookout for no-tech alternatives for their bored kids, and this book will delight children and their parents with inventive puzzles, silly games, and fun challenges. This is not a crossword puzzle book. No sudoku here. Look elsewhere for dot-to-dots!
Joe Rhatigan is a writer and editor who lives with his wife and children in Asheville, North Carolina. He has written many acclaimed and award-winning books for children, including White House Kids, Alice in Wonderland: Down the Rabbit Hole, Alice in Wonderland: The Mad Hatter's Tea Party and People You Gotta Meet Before You Grow Up!
Anthony Owsley has drawn more than thirteen humorous books for children. He has also done animation work for Cartoon Network and provided gag cartoons to various publications like Cracked, The Funny Times, and Mangajin. He lives in Georgia with his wife and a cat who throws up a lot.