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Monday, October 30, 2017

Author makes science fun for kids | Good4Utah

"Making science fun for kids is important. Author Sean Connolly joined Emily Clark to show how he is doing just that, as he makes the first stop on his tour in Salt Lake City" inform Stacia Barton.

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Connolly is the author of the award-winning series of experiment-based science books for kids. His new book 'The Massively Epic Engineering Disasters: 33 Thrilling Experiments Based on History's Greatest Blunders' went on salt in September and is the "E" installment of his wildly successful series of STEM books. It is a hands-on (and historical) approach to science for kids. Connolly helps children learn through doing. He says schools and students love it.

Arranged chronologically from ancient times to the 21st century, the book takes readers on an illustrated tour through the physics and technology of crumbling buildings, sinking ships, wobbly bridges, mud-stuck tanks, and much more.
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Source: Good4Utah

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