As seen on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
This is not your ordinary book of science experiments. Naked Eggs and Flying Potatoes is a geek-chic look at Steve Spangler’s latest collection of tricks and try-it-at-home activities that reveal the secrets of science in unexpected ways. What makes this book different from other science experiment books is the amazing photography. Over 245 color photographs accompany the step-by-step instructions, and simple explanations uncover the how-to and why for each activity. Make potatoes fly, cornstarch turn into quicksand, and 2-liter bottles of soda explode on command.
“If science books were like this when I was a kid, things would be different! The first thing that grabs your attention is the photography – amazing photos that detail the entire process of doing the experiment, and there’s no let down when it comes to the writing. It’s easy to understand, and just a few pages in you discover that Steve Spangler’s writing is seriously funny.”
Cool Science with Household Stuff – Parents and kids alike will love Steve Spangler’s clever and entertaining approach to making science fun through these amazing home experiments. No need for complicated lab equipment or impossible-to-find chemicals. Steve shows you how to use things to create amazing experiences that make people say, “How did you do that?”
From flying toilet paper to trash can smoke rings, erupting soda to exploding sandwich bags, the experiments in Naked Eggs and Flying Potatoes will spark your imagination and totally amaze your friends. Learn how to astound kids and kids-at-heart with easy and inexpensive experiments like these:
About the Author
If you just landed on this page and have no idea who Steve Spangler is, take a minute and visit the Who is Steve Spangler? page. However, you need to know that his videos are like potato chips… you can’t stop at just one. The next thing you know, two hours have vanished, the kids put themselves to bed, your spouse is fast asleep and you have an uncontrollable urge to make a mad dash to the grocery store to stock up on cornstarch, potatoes and toilet paper. This guy is serious about making science fun.