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Professor Kompressor goes environ-mental (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

Nils Andersson

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Produktbeschreibungen

Kurzbeschreibung

Professor Kompressor is an inventor. He is excellent at inventing, but the inventions don't always work out as intended. In fact, they very rarely do.

Neatly packaged in 10 perfectly formed chapters, the second book in the Professor Kompressor series has more of everything - inventions, mind-blowing ideas and mishaps.

When the Professor tries to improve the environment the results are, as usual, unpredictable. How could he possibly have known that it would be a bad idea to use a black hole as a rubbish bin, or that string theory does not help you sort out global warming?

What could possibly go wrong with a love machine, intended to make people kinder and more generous?

Professor Kompressor is a fictional character but his adventures are inspired by ideas from science and the modern world. They show that you can have a lot of fun with science and technology, especially if you allow for a little bit of creative mis-interpretation.

A book that entertains children of all ages from Professor Nils Andersson, award-winning author and an authority on matters of gravity and the extremes of our weird and wonderful Universe.

Reader's comments:

"The best professor ever!"

"Why are clever people so stupid sometimes?"

"The Professor is back with even more strange idea, most of them pretty spectacular and very, very funny.”

"A remarkable thing... combining well written yet easy to read language with vastly complicated scientific ideas."

"A good fictional story that will have you smiling at times, and listening to learn at others."

"Teaches children (and adults) about science and life in a fun way."

"A great collection of yarns at a price that is hardly likely to break the bank."



Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Nils Andersson was born in 1964 in a small town in Sweden. He grew up, as people tend to do, formed a range of opinions about this, that and the other, and eventually went to Uppsala University to study physics. Unable to contemplate a real job, he left his homeland after finishing his PhD in 1991. Having roamed the world for a few years, he settled in the United Kingdom where he now works as a professor of Mathematics (not a real job!). He has always loved books, in all shapes and sizes, and probably reads a bit too much for his own good. Most of the stuff he writes can be found in science journals, and tends to be awfully technical (perhaps boring) on things like dead stars, black holes and waves of gravity. This has made him wonder what it would be like to write a "real" book. Maybe one day he will find out...

Nils is convinced that he used to be able to fly when he was little. He has a very clear memory of what it feels like to float up in the air and do somersaults and stuff. Sadly, he now understands how gravity works and absolutely can't fly.


Produktinformation

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 276 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 144 Seiten
  • Gleichzeitige Verwendung von Geräten: Keine Einschränkung
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00CUGHULO
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: #348.174 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop (Siehe Top 100 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop)

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Entertaining supplement for Applied Science homeschool courses 26. März 2014
Von Tinfoot - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Nils Andersson has done a remarkable thing here, combining well written yet easy to read language with vastly complicated scientific ideas. Frankly, I wish I had stories like the Professor's adventures when I was young- instead I devoured science fiction books about robots, space and such, but nothing with the directness of current scientific thinking that Andersson presents.

An advanced 7th grade reader can tackle the ideas and sprinkling of technical terms used within the 10 short stories, while a 9th grade level homeschool course will find a great deal of discussion/research potential here: philosophy of developing applied technology, a variety of introductory scientific topics (from global warming to string theory and it's auxillary implications), and even a jumping off point for creative writing exercises inspired by the Professor's "SciFi" antics: find a scientific topic of interest to the student, then have the student write a short story about what applied technology would be invented and what possibly could go wrong... a lesson in forward thinking a great many of our modern researchers could bear to learn.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Here's my story and I'm sticking to it! 22. März 2014
Von Dorothy - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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For some reason I did not see the children of all ages note in the description. I selected it. Just finished reading it, yes I said finished, and I think it is really good. It is a good read for kids. The age of the child would depend on what level that child is at. I would say generally 8 or nine. It teaches the child (and adult) things and makes it fun to learn to read.

For adults, it is a very light read. It is a good fictional story that will have you smiling at times, and listening to learn at others.

I recommend it highly.

PS to Grandparents: This would make a good birthday or Christmas present.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Wonderful book that makes science fun! 2. Juni 2013
Von Sandra - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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My children and I loved this book. It teaches kids (and adults) about science and life in a fun way. The professor is an endearing character and many scientists (and aspiring scientists) can identify with parts of his personality. I would like him even more (if that is possible) if he was less like the mad scientist stereotype, but perhaps then the book would be less funny. His kindness to his dog and to Maud, and his many mistakes give him some human dimension, but I would like more of that - perhaps some children (nephews, nieces or kids from the village) could be involved. Anyhow, we *really* liked this book and we are looking forward to the next one!
4.0 von 5 Sternen Funny 28. April 2014
Von John G. Neumann - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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An entertaining Tongue-in-cheek collection of literary scenes. I couldn't wait to see what almost useful thing that the proffesor was going to try next.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The best Professor ever is back! 3. Februar 2014
Von Helena - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
Not so long ago kids and parents were given the opportunity to get to know Professor Kompressor, the somewhat crazy inventor that likes to create amazingly strange things that not always works out the way they are planned to. In the first book, the Professor wreaked quite a bit of a havoc not only around his house, but also around the world with all his inventions. Now the Professor is back with even more strange ideas, most of them pretty spectacular and very, very funny.

I want to tell ALL parents with kids that like mystery, witchcraft, technical ideas and fantasy, to read the books about Professor Kompressor to their kids. The books are funny, interesting, pretty amazing and will not only give the children a good laugh but also the parents, especially when it comes to trying to explaining all the technical data to their kids. I’m not so sure that I would manage to properly explain the Professor’s Black Hole Bin. When he puts a lid on the Bin, and paints it over with anti-gravity paint and sends it out into the sky it sounds absolutely alright by me, but how do you explain that to a seven year old? Might be a bit difficult, even though it seems a very smart solution. My knowledge of physics isn’t good enough to explain what the Professor does to an intrigued youngster, but I will still try to do it just to continue reading about the crazy Professor.
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