SARAH'S BLOG OF FUN: Science Fans Journal And Postcard Books ~~Giveaway~~

Friday, August 12, 2016

Science Fans Journal And Postcard Books ~~Giveaway~~

**All opinions expressed are 100% my own. I was not compensated for this post. I was given product for review purposes.**

A perfect gift for geeks, nerds, and science lovers, these smart 30 pull-out postcards are held together in perfect binding, so the cards are easy to tear out with no rough edges. Printed on sturdy, heavyweight paper, each card will stand up to the atomic weight of whatever you have to say.

Celebrate your all-out geekery with your very own journal! Did you finally figure out that calculation for String Theory? How did you feel about the Doctor's latest regeneration? What superpower would you most love to have? Did you find a hack in the latest video game? You can put it all in one place!

And, if you're not sure what to write in your Nerd Journal, Julie Huffman and Jenavieve Brown have peppered this 128-page, hardcover with some of the greatest science facts, jokes, and more!

- Why can't you trust atoms? They make up everything

- At room temperature, there are only two liquid elements. These are bromine and mercury.

- The only letter in the English alphabet not used on the periodic table is J. The letter q only appears in the symbol for the placeholder name for element 114, ununquadium, which has the symbol Uuq. When element 114 is officially discovered, it will be given a new name.

So think about your passions, obsessions, brainstorms, and inventions. Write them down, because some day, we might find your Nerd Journal and put it in a museum, smarty pants!

With Back to School just around the corner, show your favorite future scientist some love with these cute books!!  

The periodic journal is a great place for them to write down all their thoughts, and how their day went. 

The periodic thoughts book of postcards is really cute too.  With 30 postcards using the periodic table to spell out some words, you can talk science with the best of them!!

Would you like to win the two books for your little science fan??  Enter below using the rafflecopter form and good luck!! 

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Isaiahsmom said...

I would love to give this to my nephew. He likes science and experiments.

Shelly Leatham said...

I'd give them to my daughter!!

[Whatever U are, be a good one!] said...

I would love to win this book for my nieces
Thank You for the chance

Fiona N

Unknown said...

this book is good for children ...............

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