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Science Experiments You Can Eat: Revised Edition Paperback – November 14, 1984
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Vicki Cobb is the author of many award-winning science books for young people. With degrees from Barnard College and Columbia University Teachers College, Vicki enjoyed an early career as a science teacher. She now devotes all her time to writing and speaking to teachers, children, and librarians all over the country. She frequently writes for the Huffington Post and is also the founder and president of iNK Think Tank, an organization dedicated to getting high-quality nonfiction books into classrooms. To find out what recent science experiment Vicki has been cooking up, visit her online at www.vickicobb.com.
Tad Carpenter is an illustrator, designer, and teacher. Carpenter co-runs the design and branding studio Carpenter Collective with his wife, Jessica, where they bring powerful messages to life through branding, packaging, illustration, and design. Tad has also written and illustrated over a dozen children’s books in the current marketplace. See more of Tad’s work and his studio at www.carpentercollective.com.
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I was looking for a way to combine science and cooking. One of my children is autistic and he learns best with hands on activities so I thought this book would be perfect. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Alice Ceballos
As all my grandchildren love science and cooking this is a great book for them to hone their skills. Food isn't bad either.Published 2 months ago by Judith Daniel