Frank Einstein ja antiaine mootor

Frank Einstein ja antiaine mootor Frank Einstein on lapsgeeniusest teadlane ja leiutaja Kilks on isekoostatud tehisintellekt ja Kolks on enamjaolt isekoostatud tehislik peaaegu intellekt Koos loovad nad Antiaine Mootori kasutades ain

  • Title: Frank Einstein ja antiaine mootor
  • Author: Jon Scieszka Brian Biggs Mark Krall
  • ISBN: 9789949391394
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Frank Einstein on lapsgeeniusest teadlane ja leiutaja Kilks on isekoostatud tehisintellekt ja Kolks on enamjaolt isekoostatud tehislik peaaegu intellekt Koos loovad nad Antiaine Mootori, kasutades aine kolme olekut tahket, vedelat ja gaasilist Nende plaan v ita Midville i Teadusauhind on peaaegu garanteeritud kuni ilmub v lja Franki klassikaaslane ja verivaenlane T.Frank Einstein on lapsgeeniusest teadlane ja leiutaja Kilks on isekoostatud tehisintellekt ja Kolks on enamjaolt isekoostatud tehislik peaaegu intellekt Koos loovad nad Antiaine Mootori, kasutades aine kolme olekut tahket, vedelat ja gaasilist Nende plaan v ita Midville i Teadusauhind on peaaegu garanteeritud kuni ilmub v lja Franki klassikaaslane ja verivaenlane T Edison.Raamatu he pardi p evik autor Jeff Kinney tleb Ma poleks uskunud, et teadus v ib naljakas olla kuni ma lugesin Frank Einsteini See paneb lapsed naerma.

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    • Ms. Yingling says:

      Frank is hoping to win the Midville science competition by creating a robot with a thought process driven by a neural network rather than linear programming.He manages to succeed, although the robot Klink is slightly more intelligent than the robot Klank, whose memory is from a digital watch and who has significant parts from a Hug Me Monkey doll and a keyboard. Since the robots created themselves, he doesn't feel it's right to enter them into the competition, even though he hopes to use the pri [...]

    • Carrie says:

      Just finished reading this with my son. The combination of science, robots and humor made for a fun read. The kiddo gives it two thumbs up.

    • Joan says:

      Danny Dunn can take an honorable retirement since there is a new guy in scientific mysteries now! Meet Frank Einstein, who has a very similar situation as Danny. He invents new things and solves mysteries with the scientific method. And he is a LOT funnier than Danny, which is inevitable when it is Sciesczka writing the story! This is the first of a series, and I can't wait for the next one! Frank has his sidekick, as did Danny, named Watson with all the implications that such a name implies. Wa [...]

    • Cole says:

      This book was a challenging book. I say this because it used very scientific and clever words. I would recommend this book to people who like a sci-fi and realistic fiction genre. One of my favorite parts is when Klank saves the day by hugging the antimatter squirt gun and making it explode. I would give this book five out of five stars. I really like how well the author used actually scientist as examples. I loved this book and I think Klank did too.

    • Brandy Painter says:

      I find this book to be rather dull. It's a fine recommendation for a 2nd -4th grader who likes science and zany books, but definitely not for me. I was bored through most of it.

    • Charles says:

      Stuff I Read - Frank Einstein and the Antimatter Motor by Jon Scieszka ReviewI picked this up mostly because of my fondness for the True Story of the Three Little Pigs, which was a favorite of mine growing up. It was dark and a little twisted and some good fun. So I approached this book expecting something of the same thing. Unfortunately, this is a much more standard fare boy scientist chapter book. And that was slightly disappointing. It's not a bad book, and has its moments of cuteness, but i [...]

    • Maggie says:

      Did I enjoy it? It was ok. I'm definitely older than the intended age range, and I don't think this was Jon Scieszka's best work, but it wasn't terrible. Would I read it again? Maybe, when I'm older and have kids of my own. Just as is though, probably not. Who would I recommend it to? Kids, probably between 3rd and 6th grade. Any other thoughts? I listened to the audiobook of this in the car yesterday with my dad. He had already listened to the first two tracks, but I caught up pretty quickly. T [...]

    • Chris says:

      This book has one Klink the super-intelligent robot, one Klank the somewhat-intelligent robot, and lots of klunky storytelling. Most other reviewers seem to feel it takes science and makes it fun with a zany story; I feel it takes what could have been a fun and zany story and makes it awkwardly pedantic, artificial, and ridiculously riddled with overly detailed science information:The setting sun lights up the dramatically cloud-speckled sky in fiery reds and oranges. Frank leans back in his cus [...]

    • Andréa says:

      Frank Einstein and the Antimatter Motor is a great read for kids interested in science, robots, or adventure. The book is interspersed with scientific tidbits, diagrams, and the scientific method, which will appeal to brainy kids, but it also includes excellent illustrations by Brian Biggs and short chapters, which will make it appealing to reluctant readers and kids who have difficulty reading.Jon Scieszka's The Stinky Cheese Man: And Other Fairly Stupid Tales has been a classic in my house sin [...]

    • Linda says:

      I love Jon Scieszka! I was hooked when one of my first students introduced me to "The True Story of the Three Little Pigs". I will read ANYTHING he writes or recommends.This book is meant for someone decades younger than I, but I'm just a big kid. I'm sure this is a book that Scieszka will promote through his "Guys Can Read" campaign. The intended audience is probably a fifth grader. I still enjoyed the story of a young scientist who is trying to develop THE winning science project for an upcomi [...]

    • Cate Brooks says:

      I know I should have taken the time to read the print version with all the illustrations but I couldn't turn down listening to the incomparable Scieszka read his own work. Very entertaining, guffaw funny but totally intelligent and witty as well. I love when authors know how to bring in funny references like "Captain Underpants" and on the same page talk about "the 3 Rules of Robotics." Scieszka is a master of kid tested, mother approved kind of humor and I love him for it. I think this would ha [...]

    • Sara Truog says:

      Silly science story about Frank, a kid whose garage experiment is struck by lightning, resulting in two amazing robots that help him create a very special invention. This invention, as well as the robots, are promptly stolen by Frank's evil nemesis, and he must fight to get them back. Personally, I didn't love it, but I think it will appeal to kids who like adventure and science. Lots of silly stuff and fun illustrations make this one an easy sell.

    • River says:

      THIS BOOK IS AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Melle says:

      This is a pretty boy-centric book, which is sort of a shame for girl readers, but it's the kind of thing that would make science even cooler to the kids who like Timmy Failure, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Dork Diaries, and other such illustration-heavy chapter books. Fun and not dumb. Nice work, Scieszka.

    • Nick says:

      I like this book. it is about a boy genius and his artificial intelligent robots make an antimatter motor to win the science fair against a ruthless kind of smart enemy.what I learned from this book is people out there are trying to make an antimatter motor spending millions to the cause.

    • Charity Ambs says:

      Classic Sci-fi with a humorous twist. Frank is up against his nemesis Edison for a science prize that will save his grandfather's shop. He invents two robots, one of which is only semi-intelligent artificial life. There is a great chapter on Captain Underpants. Heavy on the science.

    • Alison Hertz says:

      I loved it. Perfect for any science kid. I can hardly wait to give it to my 9 year old scientist.

    • Makai_teixeira says:

      I really enjoyed Frank Einstein.

    • Leah says:

      Lots of elementary science class lessons wrapped up in a funny and engaging story for kids. My daughter & I finished it in an afternoon and she has already asked to read it again

    • Bexa says:

      Read for battle of the books. Loved all the illustrations, they were my favorite part. Frank is a super genius and has to create the greatest invention ever in order to save his grampa's fix it shop. He accidentally build some robots, because they really build themselves, and create an amazing machine.Frank is actually a really annoying character, though Edison is much worse, and if Frank didn't have Watson and Grampa Al he would be intolerable. There's some great humor in here and a lot of stuf [...]

    • Dylan says:

      Another great kid's book that is engaging and smart. It's interesting in that it introduces a lot of real and correct science without feeling preachy or didactic. Get it for a smart kid who loves to read, is interested in science, and likes funny stuff.

    • Mary Mason says:

      A little hard to get into, but good book overall. Explains lots of "cool" scientific facts and theories in a way that middle readers will find interesting.

    • Ellen says:

      Boy scientist enters into the Midville science competition. This book of fun and full of science. My 7 and 5 year old enjoyed it and so did I!

    • BleuMyst says:

      This is a good book! My friends would enjoy reading this also.

    • Miss Sarah says:

      This middle elementary book features a kid inventor and his sidekick trying to win the science fair to save his grandfathers building.

    • Deb Hill says:

      My sons love this book series and insisted that I read it. What a creative and entertaining way to inspire a love of science learning in kids!

    • Kayla Garvin says:

      Its an OK book. Not my favorite, but I would recommend it to any kid between 8 and 12 who loves science!

    • Jason McKinney says:

      Did Not Finish.I tried to listen to the audiobook of this and it was so incredibly annoying that I almost ran off the road.

    • beladozer (gretchen) says:

      Kiddo is 5 and LOVES Frank Einstein - we listened to the audiobook (at least 3 times) but will be looking for the print version so he can see the illustrations

    • Jessica says:

      The story was fun, but ALL the main characters were male. Where are the girls?

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