Title: The How And Why Wonder Book of Science Experiments
Author: Martin L. Keene
Illustrator: George J. Zaffo
Year: 1964
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd.
Book Condition: Good
Jacket Condition: N/A


Description: A rare book detailing various experiments which can be conducted by budding scientists without the need for any specialist equipment. The experiments fall into three categories: Air and Water; Sound; Astronomy.

Illustrated throughout with excellent b&w, two-tone monochrome, and full-colour pictures and diagrams.

The cover has some slight scuffing and minor wear in places, but remains very bright. It also appears to have been used as a rest at one point, since zig-zags and other marks, which are the result of pressure being applied with a pen, are visible under direct light. As is to be expected with paperbacks from this era, all pages are tanned, though the illustrations remain bright.

Measures 27 cm × 20.5 cm (10.8″ × 8.2″). 4to. 48 pp.

Price: £15.00

Please Select Shipping Destination:

Home About Us Contact Us Store Policies Blog


© 2010-2018 Little White Crow. All rights reserved.

Site designed, built, and maintained by Softmatic Software Solutions.

Best viewed using Firefox 3, Safari 4 or Google Chrome 5 (Internet Explorer 6 and lower may cause erratic behaviour!)