Nick and tesla book 1
Nick and Tesla's High-Voltage Danger Lab | Book Review | @GrrlScientist | Science | The GuardianWe promise to send you only the coolest stuff we have to offer every month, like information on new releases, pre-order campaigns, giveaways, and discounts. Or subscribe and set genre preferences. Nick and Tesla are bright year-old siblings with a knack for science, electronics, and getting into trouble. Readers are invited to join in the fun as each story contains instructions and blueprints for five different projects. Learning about science has never been so dangerous—or so much fun!
Nick and Tesla Series
We are experiencing technical difficulties. Please try again later. Kid inventors Nick and Tesla Holt have outsmarted crooks, spies, and kidnappers. Now they have to crack their biggest mystery yet: Where the heck are their parents? Will the Holt family be reunited at last?
As the story progresses, the children construct a number of inventions that readers can also build for themselves by following instructions in the book and using items that most people have on hand. The summer holidays have just begun. We first meet Nick and Tesla , year-old fraternal twins, in a taxi at the San Francisco International airport. Although they are on their own, these two are not runaways. Their parents, experts on soybeans, had suddenly been shipped off to Uzbekistan to work on a breakthrough method for irrigating soy beans, so the children were shipped halfway across the country to the small Californian town of Half Moon Bay, where they are placed under the care of their uncle, Newt.
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Book 3 in the Nick and Tesla series offers great gadget-oriented science and engineering fun from the twins as they stay with their eccentric scientist uncle for the summer. This installment in the series is full of "spies like us" intrigue kids will love! The team of Science Bob Pflugfelder and Steve Hockensmith have kept the energy level high for the twins, and each new book contains an exciting new story of intrigue—and the kid-based science that can help solve it. See our reviews of Book 1 and Book 2. They think everyone is spying on them. Contrary to the first two books , book 3 keeps the action mostly close to home as the kids try and figure out which of the people visiting Uncle Newt's house—or living in the neighborhood—may be spying on them.