Gotcha Gadgets by Anne Akers Johnson
  

Synopsis

Gotcha Gadgets by Anne Akers Johnson

GOTCHA GADGETS teaches children the basics of electronics while playing tricks on family and friends. With this book kids can build a door alarm, a motion detector, a light sensor, and a push button sound machine. Then use them to set a snoopy sibling trap, wire the biscuit jar, play audio limbo, confuse the cat, and more. Includes four build-it-yourself electronic gadgets and four hilarious sounds. Putting science and electronics in the service of immaturity.

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Format

Mixed media product
Contains Other merchandise and Spiral bound
32 pages

Author

Anne Akers Johnson
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Publisher

Klutz Press Inc an imprint of Scholastic US

Publication date

4th October 2012

ISBN

9780545449335


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