Maker Comics: Conduct a Science Experiment!
Maker Comics: Conduct a Science Experiment is an entertaining graphic novel, but not a good book for learning about creating experiments. Typically, the books in the Maker Comics series provide good, entertaining stories that teach the reader how to do something. But, this does not toe the mark. Maker Comics: Conduct a Science Experiment does not focus on creating your own experiment, but rather on labs to make science more engaging. I would not buy this book for aid in a science fair project, but if you find science boring this could help you enjoy science more. Maker Comics: Conduct a Science Experiment is a book that I would recommend libraries buy, but it need not be first choice. I think that schools and science teachers could use this book as part of their collections. It has some interesting labs, including DNA extraction. I think that this is not a book a kid should buy for their own amusement, but it could be a valuable part of any curriculum. While not the top choice, Maker Comics: Conduct a Science Experiment has enjoyable labs and could contribute something to a library’s collection.
|Page Count||128 pages|
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