Edie's Experiments 2: How to Be the Best
Edie's experiments in how to win at life continue . . . but how will she cope with a new rival?
I'm Edie and I'm obsessed with science.
So I was sure that Annie B and I would win the Eco Fair competition.
Then Dean Starlight arrived and started sabotaging our project.
Now the competition has become an epic science battle of robotic spider attacks, exploding foam and sneaky spying.
Dean thinks he's the best scientist of Class 5Z, but we'll show him ...
Praise for Edie's Experiments 2: How to Be the Best
This is the second in this series for independent readers who enjoy school stories, science and characters they can relate to. Each is an individual and each has flaws, as do we all, but there is a sense that they are real and Edie’s continued positivity is refreshing in a world that seems to carry only bad news these days . . . A series to spread the word about.Barbara Braxton, The Bottom Shelf
This book is fast-paced, enjoyable and full of pages of scientific experiments that are a mixture of fact and fun! Edie is incredibly likeable and her energetic personality and sometimes flawed, over-the-top plans, create an action-packed read with lots of laughter thoughtful eco ideas.Deb Abela, CBCA Reading Time
Edie is all about doing small things to make an improvement to our environment and this is a lesson we can all take out of books such as these. She makes science look fun and cool for everyone. I think these books could provide the kids who really like science an opportunity to engage with like-minded characters and follow their interests.Gabrielle Anderson, ReadPlus
Crack open your science kit with Edie!
Create your own marbled Easter eggs with ingredients from the pantry.
Blowing up balloons using chemistry!
Observe the chemical reaction of making honeycomb at home in National Science Week 2020.