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by Barbara Schulz,Cynthia Martin,Andrea Gianopoulos

  • ISBN: 1429617691
  • Category: Сhildren's books
  • Author: Barbara Schulz,Cynthia Martin,Andrea Gianopoulos
  • Subcategory: Science Nature & How It Works
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Capstone Press; 1st edition (January 1, 2008)
  • Pages: 32 pages
  • FB2 size: 1355 kb
  • EPUB size: 1367 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 385
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You are browsing: All The Attractive Story of Magnetism with Max Axiom Super Scientist: 4D An Augmented Reading Science Experience. Foyalty 24. The Attractive Story of Magnetism with Max Axiom Super Scientist: 4D An Augmented Reading Science Experience (Paperback). Children's Fiction & true stories Comics or graphic novels Publisher: Capstone Press Publication Date: 01/08/2019 ISBN-13: 9781543529616 Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books.

Max Axiom Super Scientist does a relatively good job explaining about all things magnetic in this graphic novel book for young readers

Max Axiom Super Scientist does a relatively good job explaining about all things magnetic in this graphic novel book for young readers. There was a section in the book that did get a bit confusing dealing with solar flares that I felt could have been left out or described better, but all in all a good resource for any library. I love the graphic novel format that will hopefully intrigue even the most reluctant reader. Mar 10, 2011 Kelly added it.

Andrea is a science communicator specializing in astronomy, geology . Cynthia Martin has worked in comics and animation since 1983. She also illustrated the book Alley of Shadows, published by Stone Arch Books.

Andrea is a science communicator specializing in astronomy, geology, Earth and planetary science, climate science, ecology, and the environment. She has authored or co-authored books and articles for a wide variety of national and international publishers and organizations including: National Geographic, Scientific American, New Scientist, NASA, Space Telescope Science Institute, Capstone Press, and others.

Discover MAGNETISM in this action-packed graphic novel! Follow along with Max Axiom, Super Scientist, as he. .

Through comic-book style art, this Super Scientist transforms science topics, like physics and Earth sciences, into superpowered adventures. Perfect for science fan and comic book fans alike! show more.

Max Axiom is a super-cool super-scientist. Using powers he acquired in a freak accident, Max demonstrates and explains science in ways never before seen in the classroom. Through comic-book style art, this Super Scientist transforms science topics, like physics and Earth sciences, into superpowered adventures. Perfect for science fan and comic book fans alike! Specifications.

by Andrea Gianopoulos, Cynthia Martin, and Barbara Schulz. Children's Books/Ages 9-12 Science. About the Authors 4. Andrea Gianopoulos page on TeachingBooks. Cynthia Martin page on TeachingBooks. 1 Total Resources View Text Complexity Submit Text Complexity. Magnets-Comic books, strips, et. Juvenile literature. Magnetism-Cartoons and comics. Juvenile Nonfiction Science & Nature Physics. Magnetism-Comic books, strips, et. Magnets-Cartoons and comics. Barbara Schulz page on TeachingBooks.

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Discover MAGNETISM in this action-packed graphic novel Follow along with Max Axiom, Super Scientist, as. Perfect for science fan and comic book fans alike.

Discover MAGNETISM in this action-packed graphic novel! Follow along with Max Axiom, Super Scientist, as he travels back in time, shrinks to the size of an electron, and operates an electromagnetic crane. Through comic-book style art, this Super Scientist transforms science topics, like physics and Earth sciences, into superpowered adventures. Perfect for science fan and comic book fans alike!
Reviews about The Attractive Story of Magnetism with Max Axiom, Super Scientist (Graphic Science) (7):
Danrad
This is one of the books on my son's list for his AP Reading summer project. I was surprised to see that it was such a short book, and I didn't realize that it was a graphic novel either. However short, it is still filled with tons of information. It's a fun and simple way for kids to become interested in and learn about magnetism. It's definitely a good read and even better if you can find it on sale!
Paxondano
This was a great book on magnetism. My son is autistic and the concepts made sense to him. He liked this.
Got the paperback, had to tape a few pages in, but all in all a good book. Illustrated and written well.
Goll
I felt an attraction to this book having read another good book in the series - A Crash Course in Forces and Motion. This book is a good introduction to magnets. But even better, it highlights some real world applications where magnets are used to solve problems. I sent several copies to the very needy Native American reservation school - Wounded Knee District School PO Box 350, Manderson, South Dakota. I added some magnet sets (also sold through Amazon) as an enrichment activity. After all - seeing is believing when it comes to magnets. See Dowling Magnets Alnico Science Kit and Dowling Magnets Iron Filings. The Add on product School Specialty Magnetic Field Detection Compasses makes it possible to examine magnetic fields. Magnetic Field Viewing Film (also sold by Amazon is a good alternative non messy way to see magnetic fields around small magnets. NASA offers online, a great set of hands on magnetism activities called Exploring Magnetism.
http://cse.ssl.berkeley.edu/SegwayEd/lessons/exploring_magnetism/exploring_magnetism/
Vijora
My wife uses these in her 5th grade classroom and the students really like them. She found it especially useful with reluctant readers.
Centrizius
The idea of these books is great, but they need to make the book longer with more of a plot so that children have time to get into the adventure and learn the information.
Cordaron
Such a big hit! My 8 year old can't wait to earn the next one.
Gio
My son has been able to very explain science techniques since reading these series and finds great joy in reading them. He's now eager to get involved in science projects without us having to fuss at him.
I picked up this book on a whim from a local bookstore after my daughter decided to do a science project on magnetism. Besides starting to save magnets from old dead hard drives, we headed to the library to check out every book we could find on magnetism. They range from "simple experiments to try at home" to "science text books for kids" and almost all of them were not very useful at explaining the basic science or introducing anything more advanced than polarity.

Enter Max Axiom. My initial thought was that it would also be simplified because it is a graphic novel trying to appeal to kids who aren't even interested. First off, kids are always interested in everything. Never make that assumption. Second I read the book first and found it very well written. The art is nice and it is short so it can't cover things in great depth, but the concepts introduced and the examples used are great. It covers some history of the name, why they work at a molecular level, alignment, basic polarity, earth's magnetic field, electromagnets, and real world application. About twice as much as the other books we already read. I was very impressed as it's only 30 pages and graphical, but in that respect I think the pictures helped succinctly explain some concepts. My 5 and 8 year-old daughters both got it.

The book also has a glossary and an index as well as a recommended reading list in the back.

I highly recommend the series and will be checking out more of them.

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