Frank Einstein and the Antimatter Motor (Frank Einstein series #1): Book One

Jon Scieszka


"I by no means proposal technology might be humorous . . . until eventually I learn Frank Einstein. it is going to have young children laughing."
—Jeff Kinney, Diary of a Wimpy Kid

"Huge laughs and nice science—the form of clever, humorous stuff that makes Jon Scieszka a legend."
—Mac Barnett, writer of Battle Bunny and The bad Two
 
shrewdpermanent technology experiments, humorous jokes, and robotic hijinks watch for readers within the first of six books within the New York Times bestselling Frank Einstein bankruptcy publication sequence from the mad scientist crew of Jon Scieszka and Brian Biggs. the correct mixture to interact and entertain readers, the sequence positive factors actual technology proof with event and humor, making those books excellent for STEM schooling. this primary installment examines the technological know-how of “matter.”

Kid-genius and inventor Frank Einstein loves knowing how the area works through developing family gadgets which are half technology, half mind's eye, and certainly strange. within the sequence opener, a run of the mill test in his garage-lab, a lightning typhoon, and a flash of electrical energy deliver Frank’s inventions—the robots Klink and Klank—to existence! now not precisely the excellent lab companions, the wisecracking Klink and the overly expressive Klank still support Frank try and excellent his inventions.. . . till Frank’s archnemesis, T. Edison, steals Klink and Klank for his evil doomsday plan!

Integrating actual technological know-how proof with wacky humor, a foolish solid of characters, and technology fiction, this uniquely attractive sequence is an impossible to resist chemical response for middle-grade readers. With easy-to-read language and picture illustrations on nearly each web page, this bankruptcy booklet sequence is a needs to for reluctant readers. The Frank Einstein sequence encourages middle-grade readers to question the best way issues paintings and to find how they, too, can test with technology. In a starred evaluation, Kirkus Reviews raves, “This buoyant, tongue-in-cheek social gathering of the impulse to ‘keep asking questions and discovering your personal solutions’ fires on all cylinders,” whereas Publishers Weekly says that the sequence “proves that technology might be as enjoyable because it is necessary and useful.”

Read all of the books within the New York Times bestselling Frank Einstein sequence: Frank Einstein and the Antimatter Motor (Book 1), Frank Einstein and the Electro-Finger (Book 2), Frank Einstein and the BrainTurbo (Book 3), and Frank Einstein and the EvoBlaster Belt (Book 4). stopover at frankeinsteinbooks.com for extra information.

STARRED REVIEW
"In the ultimate research, this buoyant, tongue-in-cheek get together of the impulse to ‘keep asking questions and discovering your personal solutions’ fires on all cylinders."
--Booklist, starred review

"Scieszka mixes technological know-how and silliness back to nice effect."
Kirkus Reviews

"In refusing to take itself too heavily, it proves that technological know-how may be as enjoyable because it is necessary and useful."
Publishers Weekly

"With humor, hassle-free writing, a whole bunch illustrations, and a marginally of motion on the finish, this ebook is offered and straightforward to learn, making it an beautiful selection for reluctant readers. an outstanding begin to the series."
--School Library Journal

"Kids will love Frank Einstein simply because even supposing he's a brand new personality he'll be immediately recognizable to the readers...Jon Scieszka is likely one of the most sensible writers round, and that i cannot wait to determine what he does with those enjoyable and intriguing characters."
—Eoin Colfer, Artemis Fowl

"Jon Scieszka's new sequence has the successful constituents that hyperlink his shrewdpermanent brilliance in tale telling together with his wisdom of actual technology, whereas even as the content material mix of fiction and non fiction appeals to the entire diversity of the market."
—Jack Gantos, Dead result in Norvelt

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