Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Candy Experiments

I read Candy Experiements, in exchange for review from netgalley.com. The book was written by Loralee Leavitt and published by Andrews McMeel Publishing.

The book was colorful. The graphics was amazing. The book showed children (and adults) how to use candy in experiments. Everything from sinking a marshmallow to removing the M off an M&M. The book talked about properties such as sinking, density, and floating. The book also discussed things like oil separating from water, in certain candy or peeling the waxy coating off a candy corn or tootsie roll. Maybe your kids want to paint with M&Ms. The book is wonderful and I recommend it.

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