Marvin and Milo Adventures in Science - 45 Experiments to Do at Home! by Caitlin Watson
  

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Marvin and Milo Adventures in Science - 45 Experiments to Do at Home! by Caitlin Watson

They look just like an ordinary cat and dog, but there's more to these furry friends than fluffy tails and wet noses! Most pets are only interested in where their next meal is coming from, but not Marvin and Milo! They want to know much more. They want to find out how the world works and why things float, fly and fall. In their quest for knowledge these clever creatures perform loads of fun and fascinating experiments. The great thing is that you can do them all too! Learn how to make a hovercraft, a spinning rocket, a home-made sunset and a musical coat hanger, plus lots more! Published in association with the Institute of Physics.

About the Author

Caitlin Watson is Physics in Society Manager for the Institute of Physics and she has been working in science communication for over twelve years. Victoria Le Billon hails from Huddersfield, but as art was not something she could pursue on the Pennines moved south to study a BA(Hons) in illustration. She now lives in Bristol and divides her time between working as a graphic designer, an illustrator and a mum.

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Format

Paperback
96 pages

Author

Caitlin Watson
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Publisher

Macmillan Children's Books an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

13th September 2012

ISBN

9780330544634


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