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Horrible Science has 25 entries in the series. Ugly Bugs. Horrible Science ( Series). Nick Arnold Author (). cover image of Shocking Electricity. Horrible Science is a spin-off series of books of Horrible Histories, written by Nick Arnold (with the exception of Evolve or Die, which is written by Phil Gates). (ebook) Horrible Science from Dymocks online store. Bulging Brains is full of the most squishing, gooey and.


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Horrible Science: Deadly Diseases - Kindle edition by Nick Arnold, Tony De Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Horrible Science: Deadly Diseases. Kindle Store; ›; Kindle eBooks; ›; Children's eBooks . eBook features: Highlight, take notes, and search in the book; Length: pages; Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled; Page Flip: Enabled; Age Level: 8 - Read "Horrible Science: Body Owner's Handbook" by Nick Arnold available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. Discover a.

Another review by the Evening Express Aberdeen said that the book Horrible Science: Painful Poison is "With fantastic fact files, quirky quizzes, humorous cartoons and easy-to-understand text, it makes science pretty horrible, but great fun". Books For Keeps said of the book Deadly Diseases: "Gruesome gut churning contents, you need a strong stomach to tackle this, and certainly before eating".

The Scotsman commented on the series as a whole, "Nick Arnold has a reputation as quite a showman and his Horrible Science series provides him with plenty of opportunity for stunts.

Children emerge wide-eyed and inspired". A review at [8] described the series as "These are so much better than some of the dry textbooks that I used to have to read when I was in school I'm saying that books like this are great for students because they show students that science is truly interesting and amazing! A review by Roberta of the Growing with Science blog said of the book Chemical Chaos: "It is every bit as humorous downright silly in spots and as comprehensive as the history series was".

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They are designed to get children interested in science by concentrating on the trivial, unusual, gory, or unpleasant. The books are in circulation in 24 countries, and over 4 million books have been sold in the UK alone.

Nick Arnold released a paper entitled "Teaching Science the Horrible Way", [2] in which he demonstrates the reasons why the Horrible Science series has a positive contribution to learning.

According to Arnold, Horrible Science books are based on everyday topics and key areas of the curriculum. The range of approaches used in Horrible Science books are intended to emphasise the drama and excitement and wonder of science. Science words and concepts are introduced gradually often using humour or fact files.

Although mathematics is not needed at the level of science covered in the books, some activities require calculators. The books contain experiments under the heading Dare you discover… The experiments do not require expensive or elaborate equipment.

Horrible Science: Deadly Diseases

Several of the books end with thoughts on how science will shape our future. On his website, Nick Arnold also has downloadable experiments for teachers to use in the classroom as an aid to his books e.

Before writing the series, Nick Arnold was at the University of North London working on an educational project. He explained to The Birmingham Post: During the mids, Horrible Science decided to have a book makeover, altering the covers of some of their old books, and all of the new books being published to have a new, more colourful background. A Horrible Science theatre show produced by the Birmingham Stage Company - which also brought Horrible Histories to the stage - was created in Nick Arnold explained his approach towards writing the series in an interview with The Birmingham Post: I have become quite good at science by writing these books so have got quite a lot of knowledge already but then I really like finding out more information.

The thing about a Horrible Science book is that actually it is all about imagination. The more you know the more you want to know and the more you want to develop that. The response towards the series has been generally positive.

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Some reviews of the series website [7] included a The Independent review that Really Rotten Experiments is "Perfect for keeping the kids occupied on a rainy day, this is full of useful tips…and fun, naughty experiments". Painful Poison is "With fantastic fact files, quirky quizzes, humorous cartoons and easy-to-understand text, it makes science pretty horrible, but great fun". Books For Keeps said of the book Deadly Diseases: The Scotsman commented on the series as a whole, "Nick Arnold has a reputation as quite a showman and his Horrible Science series provides him with plenty of opportunity for stunts.

Children emerge wide-eyed and inspired".

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A review at [8] described the series as "These are so much better than some of the dry textbooks that I used to have to read when I was in school It looks like a huge grey bogey or something you'd step in by mistake - but your incredible brain holds all your knowledge, dreams and feelings.

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Dispatch time The time it takes to verify the order, complete invoicing, prepare your item s and dispatch.Nick Arnold. We just discovered that there is a companion series called "Horrible Histories" by a different author, but in the same style.

There are a few books in the Horrible Science series that have a special sign on the front cover that indicate their inclusion in the Special sub-series of Horrible Science. Advances in Information Systems Science. Painful Poison is "With fantastic fact files, quirky quizzes, humorous cartoons and easy-to-understand text, it makes science pretty horrible, but great fun". Brett T.