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Children know it from funny voices and balloons. This ancient element could be found along with hydrogen minutes after the Big Bang. And without these two, no other elements could have been formed. They are the only two elements that are lighter than air, so maybe they’re kind of like the leaders, looking down on all the others? But helium, unlike hydrogen, is one cool cookie and doesn’t explode easily at all.
Explore helium and the rest of the elements in Wonderful Life with the Elements.
Japanese artist Bunpei Yorifuji is well-known for his series of humorous ads for the Tokyo metro, Do It At Home, which show riders doing inappropriate activities on the subway. He is the author of several books in Japanese, including Milk Century and The Catalogue of Death.
I love this book so much. I bought it for a 7 year old for Christmas and she really loved it. I then went back and bought 3 more to give to other children I know (and one for... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sarah Bruce
This is very well illustrated, makes it easy to associate and therefore easy to remember and reference the elements. Nicely done.Published 6 months ago by Yuriy Y. Yermilov
Very interesting concept. This author has imaginatively illustrated the properties of all the elements. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Nugatorius
I thought this would be a big, perhaps coffee table sized book, but its really, really tiny. I returned it purely for that factor alone. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Stephaninee
This book would be especially good for highschool kids who think that chemistry and the study of the elements are boring. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Leoniece Beatty
The pages are extremely slow to load on my Samsung Galaxy tablet (haven't tried loading on my PC or other Android tablet yet). Often locks up my tablet & I have to re-start. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Lynn
It is a fun book for those who already know chemistry. I bought it for that reason only. I do not suggest it for someone who intents to learn chemistry from it.Published 15 months ago by Maria M. Foreman
It mentions about the Pedriotic Table I love it check it out It is so awesome i Am addicted to so cool elements definetly check it outPublished 16 months ago by TT0813