THE BLACK BOX: A Science Fable for Children and Some Grown-Ups by Albert B. Carr

THE BLACK BOX: A Science Fable for Children and Some Grown-Ups

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A group of dotty-eyed kids try without success to determine the contents of a black box (that looks like a square of construction paper) found on the beach. They hit, drop, kick and hammer to no avail, then consult a Science Professor who spells out the experimental method in a full page of stiff comments, concluding, ""There appear to be no sure answers. . . . It means that you will need to invent an answer.

Pub Date: June 1st, 1969
Publisher: Prentice-Hall