What’s The Deal with “The Most Incredible Science Experiment Book Ever!”?
It’s an ambitious title (for an ambitious book!). In all honesty this is the book that I wish had been available when I was a kid!
I used to love experimenting right after reading George’s Marvellous Medicine but my parents were never as keen as me! What I wanted was genuinely awesome experiments (no theoretical, dry, boring stuff) that where quick and easy to do, with stuff I could get my hands on.
This is that book!!!!
I want as many children as possible around the world to DO awesome science experiments. That are safe, clearly explained and it won’t be a massive pain to get all the stuff!
“Behold the awesomeness that is the Naked egg! It was measured a 3.79 on the bouncealicious scale (this is real SI unit, honest!) I’ve got two budding scientists that are over the moon with your book! Now to see what coke does to an egg!” - Jerome Lim loved his copy!
Here’s What I Want You To Do Next
Hit the "Buy Now" button and we’ll post your copy straight to you!
Get stuck in and give one of the experiments ago…oh, and don’t forget to let me know how you get on!
Let’s make science awesome!
Founder, Sublime Science
P.S. I’m so happy to say ‘The Most Incredible Science Experiment Book Ever!’ has received some cracking feedback, here’s a little bit of it...
“Just a quick email to let you know I had a look over your science book. It’s really great! Clear diagrams, simple instructions, accurate science and proven demos with real wow factor – you’ve done a great job!” – Tom Pringle, Dr Bunhead’s Science Education
“I have received the book and would like to say that I enjoyed the layout, very easy to read and simple instructions to perform the experiments. I also liked that you also explained the science behind the experiments. Hopefully this will encourage and stimulate children to take up sciences in school, particularly Physics which is often avoided” – Stewart Short
“Yes thank you! We are very much enjoying it. I had a great science book when I was growing up that my son is also enjoying, but your experiments are a lot more messy in general. Best wishes” – Carolyn
“We’re a pre-school and have been introducing the kids to science through your activities from your email updates. Yesterday we did the balloon on a bottle with bicarb and vinegar, the kids loved it! They were mesmerized if a little surprised when it all started fizzing everywhere cos I didn’t get the balloon on properly. Keep up the good work!” - Kate, Happy Hours Pre-School