Evil Inventions

  • Title: Evil Inventions
  • Author: Nick Arnold Tony De Saulles
  • ISBN: 9781407109596
  • Page: 181
  • Format: Paperback
  • Evil Inventions This illustrated book takes the reader on a romp through the history of inventions and machines It covers everything from the bicycle to the atomic bomb
    This illustrated book takes the reader on a romp through the history of inventions and machines It covers everything from the bicycle to the atomic bomb.

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      Published :2019-04-23T00:05:09+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.


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    1. I really enjoyed this little book. It is primarily aimed at 7 to 12 year olds and, I am sure, would appeal immensely to many of them. And not just to children. There is a wonderful blend of the serendipity of scientific discovery, the shock value of some inventions, and some intriguing facts. Consider, for example, the following narrative about the use of gears: ’What they do: Gears come in many sizes but they all pass on movement energy using their teeth. Where else found: Inventions such as [...]

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    2. Horrible Science books are always fun and full of humour! However, you learn a lot about Evil Inventions in this world! You will not regret reading this book!

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    3. 3.5*I quite liked it as a child as I was already interested in science. Not as well-written as Horrible Histories.

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    4. Evil InventionsA truly shocking book explaining all the inventions of the past.In my opinion the best bets are when they show you the stupid (but sometimes gory) inventions of the past! My least favourite parts are when they focus on a particular machine (and make really, really, really bad jokes!)The main characters are:Professor Z: an unreal inventorNasty Nora: an unreal inventorNarrator: a very funny narrator (hence the name)I would recommend this book to people who like history, inventions a [...]

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    5. Макар да е писана за деца, тази книжка е една чудесна малка техническа енциклопедия за всички възрасти, на достъпен език и със забавни илюстрации. С много хумор (и чести предупреждения "Не правете това у дома си!") Ник Арнолд разказва за успешни и забравени, полезни и безполез [...]

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    6. This book is evilly full of inventions. From the dumb earth blaster ray, or a stupendously funny so you can have your chickens see farther with chicken spectacles invention. Or the porta-pet pooch potty so you can have your dog pee in your house, in a little rubber bowl. My favorite invention was, well, the one from the last period (dog one). I would recommend this book to inventorsybody.

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    7. This book doesn't only show the inventions that succeded but also shows the ones that failed. It shows who some people died trying to make the inventions. It's a gory story, but pretty intresting

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