‘The Cartoon Guide to Physics’: Quirky Comic Book Is 35% Off At Amazon

Comics can be a great way to get kids interested in reading and science. Therefore, Larry Gonick’s “The Cartoon Guide to Physics” would make a fun and educational gift for your child or anyone curious about physics.

While it won’t replace kids’ textbooks, this cartoon guide will get you involved in some serious physics concepts, from electricity and magnetism to Einstein’s theory of relativity and more. And you can get a copy for 35% discount at Amazon for Black Friday. The black and white comics take the reader into the story of two main characters: Lucy, an astronaut, and her accident-prone sidekick Ringo. Good old Galileo shows up too, as he wonders if a spring would fall slower than a brick in a vacuum. Surprisingly, as you may know, he discovers that everything – regardless of mass – falls with the same acceleration.

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