Fairground Physics: Motion, Momentum, and Magnets with Hands-On Science Activities
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About the Author
Angie Smibert is the author of more than 20 nonfiction books about science and technology for kids. Some of those titles include Artificial Intelligence: Thinking Machines and Smart Robots (Nomad Press 2018), and Game Logic: Level Up and Create Your Own Game (Nomad Press 2019). She also writes science fiction and fantasy for middle grade and young adult readers. Her novels include the Memento Nora and the Ghosts of Ordinary Objects series. Before writing full time, she helped pioneer online training at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. She received NASA's prestigious Silver Snoopy as well as several other awards for her work. She lives in Roanoke, Virginia.
Micah Rauch is a freelance graphic designer and illustrator from the beautiful state of Montana. He received a BFA in graphic design from Montana State University in Bozeman Montana. He has loved the magical act of drawing his entire life and continues to learn and push his skills both as a designer and an illustrator.
Praise for Physics: Investigate the Mechanics of Nature from Nomad Press
SWON Libraries Recommends
"An excellent choice for students interested in or studying physics in middle grade science."
National Science Teachers Association Recommends
"The investigations will make 'physics come alive' for students with the real life applications. The projects would be perfect for science fairs, classroom projects, and for parents to complete at home with children. There is a complete glossary and resource guide including websites, books, and periodicals. This book is a well-written resource for classroom teachers, students, and parents."