Frightening Light

  • Title: Frightening Light
  • Author: Nick Arnold Tony De Saulles
  • ISBN: 9781407106113
  • Page: 443
  • Format: Paperback
  • Frightening Light Frightening Light explains how eclipses turn day into night why rattlesnakes can still find a person in the dark and why legs seem to bend under water It includes fantastic fact files curious quizze
    Frightening Light explains how eclipses turn day into night, why rattlesnakes can still find a person in the dark and why legs seem to bend under water It includes fantastic fact files, curious quizzes, teacher tests and crazy cartoons.

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      Published :2019-06-09T04:11:04+00:00

    About Nick Arnold Tony De Saulles


    1. Nick Arnold is the author of the award winning series, Horrible Science and Wild Lives Arnold s first published works appeared as a result of a project he was working on at the University of North London, when he was trying to teach young children A positive review was written about him, and he started to write the Horrible Science books His books are illustrated by Tony De Saulles.


    992 Comments


    1. Great book! I now know so much about light such as photons, waves, speed and I also know who Thomas Young was, Sir Isaac Newton's dog's name (Diamond), what kinds of gross stuff Isaac did to prove his theories on light (e.g. sticking something like a toothpick in his eyeball to change its shape - ewww!) and heaps more! Go Horrible Science!!!

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    2. (Dictated to mom)This book teaches you about eyeballs, not what it said it teaches. It said it teaches about light, but it was wrong. It teaches you about eyeballs. Yes, eyeballs! Plus, light bounces off a reflective angle. Oh I recommend this book to ophthalmologists, and physicists. And plus every human has 5.5 volts of electricity in the lungs.

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    3. I like this book because it has a lot of information about light andhow the eyes work. It also has a story about a Super-Photon. Truth be told, I had once wondered what particles quarks, leptons, gluons, electrons, and photons were made of.

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    4. Has some fun facts, really useful for homeworks and exam revision, although there are some pretty gross facts like how Isaac Newton stuck a toothpick in his eye as an experiment with colours 'shudder'.

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    5. 519 - 2016

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    6. I read this about 6 months ago. In the greenhouse. It was the second Horrible Science book that I ever read. It was also about eyeballs, not just light.

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    7. ILL Horrible Science

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