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as a present for a grade 8 junior,
something basic yet interesting enough to spark her interest.
any suggestions
thanks!
something basic yet interesting enough to spark her interest.
any suggestions
thanks!
One highly recommended book for beginners in physics is "The Feynman Lectures on Physics" by Richard P. Feynman. It covers a wide range of topics in an engaging and accessible manner.
Yes, there are many physics books that are written specifically for non-scientists. Some popular options include "A Brief History of Time" by Stephen Hawking and "Seven Brief Lessons on Physics" by Carlo Rovelli.
For high school students, "Conceptual Physics" by Paul G. Hewitt is a great option. It presents concepts in an easy-to-understand and engaging way, without requiring advanced math skills.
Yes, "The Cartoon Guide to Physics" by Larry Gonick and Art Huffman includes experiments and activities that help readers understand the concepts in a fun and interactive way.
One way to find a physics book that aligns with your interests is to browse through bookstores or online retailers and read reviews and synopses of different books. You can also ask for recommendations from friends, teachers, or online communities.