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Sunday, October 30, 2016

Fun Science: A Guide To Life, The Universe And Why Science Is So Awesome by Charlie McDonnell

Genre: Science/Non-Fiction
Publisher: Quadrille Publishing
Release Date: October 18, 2016



I admit I had no idea who Charlie McDonnell was. My college-aged daughter, however, knew immediately and started reading it before I could even look at it. She told me to take some time and read the book because Charlie makes science entertaining. I totally agree.

Fun Science: A Guide to Life, the Universe and Why Science is so Awesome is a riot. It's informative, has humorous snippets that stick in your head, and keeps you hooked. Learn about the universe and the Big Bang Theory, reproduction, anatomy, the elements and so much more.

There are neat little facts that taught me things. I know hair grows regularly, but I never thought about the fact that you grow about 10 miles of hair per year. It's the little facts like that that make Fun Science so entertaining and a must-have for your bookshelf.


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