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I am conflicted about this one. There are some very interesting factoids in this book, especially about the universe and the elements. The illustrations are in black and white and rather bland but I got past those easily.
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What I did not enjoy was the writing style. The authors are attempting to show science in a nerdy comical way but it just fell flat for me. For instance, there is a personality "quiz" which has nothing to do with personality and everything to do with being a page filler that did not contribute anything very scientific and wasn't very funny. Some of the experiments were complicated like buying a super neodymium magnet which can cut you and cause blisters just to be able to see the iron fortification in your food blended unappetizing Lucky Charms.