MR. WIZARD'S EXPERIMENTS FOR YOUNG SCIENTISTS by Don Herbert
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MR. WIZARD'S EXPERIMENTS FOR YOUNG SCIENTISTS

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To young scientists who watch with avidity Mr. Wizard's TV program on Sundays, this collection of experiments that can be done in the home with easily assembled equipment, will prove a stimulating experience. Studying science by doing is in the line of the modern approach. This text, written in a straightforward and entertaining way, introduces experiments in such diverse fields of science as meteorology, medicine, bacteriology, botany, chemistry, mathematics, and so forth- some thirteen categories in all. Mr. Herbert approaches each topic with fresh enthusiasm, and a sure recognition of the basic laws.

Pub Date: June 4th, 1959
Publisher: Doubleday