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eBook The Not-Quite World Famous Scientist (First Flight Level 4) ePub

by Susan Hughes,Stephen Taylor

  • ISBN: 1550416960
  • Category: Literature and Fiction
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Susan Hughes,Stephen Taylor
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Fitzhenry and Whiteside; 1 edition (August 14, 2002)
  • Pages: 64
  • ePub book: 1299 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1920 kb
  • Other: lrf lit azw txt
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 695

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The Not-Quite World Famous Scientist. Even the most observant scientist can botch up a theory or two Alexandra Bointon dreams about becoming a scientist

The Not-Quite World Famous Scientist. Even the most observant scientist can botch up a theory or two Alexandra Bointon dreams about becoming a scientist. When her school has their annual science fair, she always pairs up with her best friend, who is happy to let Alex take over and call all the shots. But this year is different.

A fun story with an unexpected ending, The Not-Quite World Famous Scientist is perfect for readers, scientific or otherwise, who are ready for chapter . Notify me when it’s back

A fun story with an unexpected ending, The Not-Quite World Famous Scientist is perfect for readers, scientific or otherwise, who are ready for chapter books. Notify me when it’s back. Help us improve this page.

Susan Hughes (Goodreads Author), Stephen Taylor (Illustrator) Original Title. Not-Quite World Famous Scientist (First Flight: Level 4). ISBN. 1550416960 (ISBN13: 9781550416961).

Susan Hughes (Goodreads Author), Stephen Taylor (Illustrator). Even the most observant scientist can botch up a theory or two. Alexandra Bointon dreams about becoming a scientist. A fun story with an unexpected ending, The Not-Quite World Famous Scientist is perfect for readers, scientific or otherwise, who are ready for chapter books.

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Published August 14, 2002 by Fitzhenry and Whiteside.

Children's & Kid's General Science & Nature Books. The Not-Quite World Famous Scientist. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. First Flight: Level 4. Publisher. Fitzhenry & Whiteside.

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The first scientist to realize that elements can exist in the form of molecules rather than as individual atoms; originator of Avogadro’s law. Authored one of the most famous books in history, On the Origin of Species, in which he described and provided evidence for the theory of evolution by natural selection. Elizebeth Friedman: Became the world’s most famous codebreaker. Evangelista Torricelli: We live at the bottom of a tremendously heavy sea of air. Eudoxus: The first mathematical model of the universe.

Even the most observant scientist can botch up a theory or two.

Alexandra Bointon dreams about becoming a scientist. When her school has their annual science fair, she always pairs up with her best friend, who is happy to let Alex take over and call all the shots. But this year is different. Her best friend teams up with someone else, and Alex ends up with the new kid, Keith. Reluctant to accept the situation, Alex tries to squirm out of it until Keith tells her his Aunt Karen is a famous scientist, who will be visiting him soon. Alex is excited at the prospect of meeting her idol; maybe teaming up with Keith won't be such a bad deal after all.

But an observant scientist has to pay attention to details, and it isn't long before Alex starts to puzzle over the new kid. Why does Keith always cover up his work when she walks by? Why are there always flecks of paint on his clothes and dirt under his nails? And more important, why does his famous Aunt never seem to show up? He is good at science, and he is a great partner, but what is Keith hiding? A foolproof, scientific method of reasoning is sure to lead Alex to the answer. But by the time she is ready to reach her conclusion, does Alex really want to know?

A fun story with an unexpected ending, The Not-Quite World Famous Scientist is perfect for readers, scientific or otherwise, who are ready for chapter books.