- Explore more great deals on 1000's of titles in our Deals in Books store.
|Amazon Price||New from||Used from||Collectible from|
A fun read for the knowledge and comprehension based crowd. Some of those overlooked questions... answered.
Please sir, may I have another book?
It's a book, what does one say about a product like this. I wanted one and I now have itPublished 12 months ago by Michael J. Blais
It was an ok book it was not funny exciting like bound and broken
by the way if you have not read that book
In 1994, the New Scientist started a column, The last word, devoted to everyday science questions asked by readers, with answers also provided by readers. Read morePublished on May 13, 2009 by Peter Durward Harris
Fun to read. It also caught the attention of my teenagers. It has many interesting facts that worked their way into meal time discussions and questions during a long road trip. Read morePublished on April 21, 2009 by Abbey Strauss
I thought this would be a book with real scientific answers to trivial, everyday phenomena. What I got was a book with a question, followed by a bunch of answers from mostly... Read morePublished on March 25, 2009 by Andy Anderson
The 'New Scientist' is a weekly magazine, first published in 1956, that covers the recent happenings in the scientific world. Read morePublished on November 30, 2008 by Craobh Rua
Fantastic book. Great for Grand Kids. Kids always have questions and now they have answers! Who says Grandparents can't stay in their kids lives?Published on April 6, 2008 by Bernie Campanella
Anyone who has ever claimed that science is boring has never spent any time talking with a scientist. Read morePublished on January 29, 2008 by GrrlScientist