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by John Langone

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ISBN:
0792271505
Author:
John Langone
Category:
Science & Mathematics
Language:
English
Publisher:
National Geographic (June 1, 1999)
Pages:
272 pages
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Rating:
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John Langone (Author). Nice book for kids - a little dated but very well done.

John Langone (Author).

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How Things Work explains the basics of practical physics and reveals how things work in. .

How Things Work explains the basics of practical physics and reveals how things work in homes and offices - from garbage disposers to laser printers; from your. An introduction to the inner workings of everyday technology, from fiber optics to an electric razor. Great pictures and illustrations too!

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The papers of this book made it reflective when scanned. Langone, John, 1929-2006. National Geographic's how things work.

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National Geographic's How Things Work : Everyday Technology Explained. By (author) John Langone. Format Paperback 271 pages. Dimensions 24. x 27. x 2. 4mm 1,474. Publication date 01 Apr 1999. Publisher National Geographic Society. Publication City/Country United States.

Langone, John National Geographic's How Things Work: Everyday Technology Explained. ISBN 13: 9780792271512. National Geographic's How Things Work: Everyday Technology Explained.

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Are you sure you want to remove National Geographic's How Things Work from your list? National Geographic's How Things Work. Published June 1, 1999 by National Geographic. Popular works, In library, Protected DAISY, Technology, Inventions.

by John Langone ; art by Pete Samek, Andy Christie, and Bryan Christie. National Geographic Society, c2004. Physical description. 272 p. : ill. (some co. Includes bibliographical references (p. 266) and index. Up-to-date, inviting, fun to read and highly illustrated, The New How Things Work will appeal to any curious person who asks why and how the marvellous machines and devices of our technology-driven world work - from a cell phone to a communications satellite.

The explanations are not "dumbed down" but use standard scientific terms, but not so difficult that an educated person cannot comprehend them. An example taken from the first product highlighted: "A microwave oven produces high-frequency electromagnetic waves. Passing through food, the waves reverse polarity billions of times a second" (16).

An introduction to the inner workings of everyday technology, from fiber optics to an electric razor
  • Bukelv
Nice book for kids - a little dated but very well done. My 5 year old loves this book and it has answered many of his questions about, well, what else... how things work.
  • Mallador
Very happy with purchase. Great condition and delivered quickly. Would buy from again.
  • WinDImmortaL
This is a great book. It's well printed, hard back case bound and is full of great graphics and explanations of the science behind just about everything mechanical we find in our daily lives.

I bought this on Amazon and as with that process sometimes you don't quite know what you're getting. I bought it thinking it was a book for kids. It's not. However, it is a book that can be used WITH your kid(s) to show them and you how things work. Hence the name of the book.

Great book.