Netaji Evite?
  • Netaji Evite?
  • Netaji Evite?
ISBN: 1952914051
EAN13: 9781952914058
Language: English
Release Date: Apr 21, 2021
Pages: 212
Dimensions: 0.48" H x 11" L x 8.5" W
Weight: 1.38 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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   Lacks visual appeal
I could not get past the 1st few pages. It's great to be back home, said Blair. And my daughter just cried. Had great hopes for this book, Frey said. Berkshire Hathaway made a profit of $1.7 billion last year alone, its best performance.
   Great book
Television images could not be loaded. Great book, easy to read, Simon says. This will help me prepare for college, he said. I don't know why some people are complaining that this book contains pictures every 1-2 pages. It's a book, not a photo album. You're supposed to read it. The layout is fine and it has helped me to learn basic chemistry, he said.
   Don't waste your money.
The book is a text-only version of the story. No photos, no helpful infographics. The book was a waste of money and I promptly returned it after seeing how horrendous it was. For those who like text only for chemistry this is for you. For a subject that requires a bit of visuals to learn, it's not helpful.
   Not a nice layout
I would call it an illustrated book. The book is a turn-around. As an adult, I read a lot, and upon opening this book, I did not want to read further. I bought this book for my daughter and she did try to read it, but it didn't capture her attention long. I ended up buying Everything You Need to Ace Chemistry in Big One Fat Notebook, which is also very eye-catching.
   Excellent job!
This is a complicated subject turned into as much fun as it can be, while still driving home the fundamentals of the subject. I love how every now and then they slip in a simple application of chemistry—like how soap works, interesting properties of batteries, triglycerides and more. It gave me a great overview of a subject I avoided way back when, and I'm excited to give this to my favorite chemistry student in my life. Pauley, for example, did a great job of translating the Mayan calendar into English. Recommend this product to your friends.
   Great learning tool
The book has a few issues, there are some errors and there really needs to be more images. However, all that said it's a great resource for children or anyone who wants to learn about the subject of chemistry. It is a shame that there are so many errors, and I hope that the author can go through and have the book proofread and edited, she said. All in all, I did enjoy the book and found it very useful, I can see how this can be of benefit to any student or part of the community who wants to help or learn themeselves.
   Just a bunch of words barely any photos
Visually, I am a learner. Pictures and diagrams are what I learn from them. The book barely had pictures of the Beatles. However, I can't learn just by reading a bunch of words.
   20 Chapters Of Chemistry "Made Easy" with Over 300 Illustrations
All things considered, chemistry is all about matter. The book clearly explains some important concepts in order to have a basic understanding of chemistry. The book includes 20 chapters, each chapter devoted to one or more of the following: Atomic, Molecular, and Physical Measurement of Matter; Thermodynamics and Equilibrium; Gases; and Solids; and Other Bond Types. Anyone new to the field of chemistry or anyone who wants to quickly get a better understanding of its major teachings should pick up this book.
I enjoyed the relative simplicity of presentation, in up bringing examples and using tables and comparison and illustrations that go beyond just the cold theory to assist in explaining, at a few times giving useful cases for where this can be used. I would have loved more of the latter, concrete use cases for that knowledge, but I enjoyed the focus on the basics such as definitions without going too far down the rabbit hole, as a beginners book should focus on beginner concepts and not be tangential for not that useful use cases, or too unrefined wordiness, like textbooks seem to do.
   Was this even proofread?
In fact, The New Republic says this book contains a "decent amount" of writing mistakes. Each chapter may have as many as three additional pages. It also had to be manually separated from the rest of the book as it seems they weren't cut properly.