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Naked Eggs and Flying Potatoes Review and Giveaway

September 10, 2010

Steve Spangler’s Naked Eggs and Flying Potatoes

written by Steve Spangler
photographed by Shawn Campbell
Greenleaf Book Group Press, 2010
Non-fiction, science

Wow, is this a great book! Just from a visual perspective, you’ll agree. The photographs are stunning, the oversized, glossy pages are enticing, and the experiments look doable.

My kids and I tried Color Changing Milk first. And second. And third. Okay, and fourth.

(They kind of loved it.)

See what happened:

Beautiful. EASY. Fun.

Then, we tried Floating Water.

It worked!? Cool.

Other experiments include:

  • Bubbling Lava Bottle
  • The Incredible Can Crusher
  • Nails for Breakfast
  • The Folding Egg
  • Quicksand Goo
  • Screaming Balloon
  • Burning Money
  • Trash Can Smoke Rings
  • Glacier Gak
  • Flying Toilet Paper
    and many, many more!

= 29 experiments, 248 color photographs, and 1 giveaway to a lucky reader! And, if you don’t win, this would be a GREAT gift for a child. (It’s got everything — the word naked, science experiments, and lots of messiness.)

If you’re in Colorado, don’t miss Steve at the Tattered Cover on September 16!

WIN Naked Eggs and Flying Potatoes! E-mail your name and address to deborah.mock@parenthood.com with “Naked Eggs” in the subject line. We will randomly select one lucky winner to receive a  copy of the book. Deadline for entry is midnight MST on September 26, 2010.

*I received the book as a gift from Steve Spangler.

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  1. September 28, 2010 11:01 pm

    Love to win this book. thanks

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

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