Another Angry Birds National Geographic mash-up! This fun, engaging paperback uses Angry Birds to explain the physics at work in the worldand behind the popular game.
National Geographic's trademark science blends with Angry Birds' beloved entertainment to take readers into the world of physics. Rhett Allain, physics professor and Wired blogger explains basic scientific principles in fun, accessible ways; the Angry Birds come along for the ride to illustrate concepts we see in the real world, as well as in the Angry Birds games. Packed with science and a sense of humor, this book improves readers' understanding of the world and how it worksand it may just improve their Angry Birds scores as well.
160 pages; 50 color photographs, 100 color illustrations
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