The Cartoon Guide to Physics by Larry Gonick. Identifier The_Cartoon_Guide_to_Physics_by_Larry_Gonick. Identifier-arkark:// t0jt3hw7d. It's been said that before physics students can fly with Feynman they need to walk with Halliday and Resnick. Those of us who are still toddling along, however. You don't have to be a scientist to grasp these and many other complex ideas, because The Cartoon Guide to Physics explains them all.
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[EBOOK] The Cartoon Guide to Physics T.X.T. DETAIL Author: Larry Gonick Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks Brand: Anglais ISBN. One of the most popular cartoon guides, this book covers the basics of first-year physics, including both mechanics and electricity/magnetism. The short section. Get this from a library! The cartoon guide to physics. [Larry Gonick; Art Huffman].
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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Paperback Verified download. I downloadd this as a birthday present for my very nerdy boyfriend. He loves it! It's also been a great conversation piece as a lot of our friends will pick this and the similar books I downloadd Cartoon Guide to Chemistry and Cartoon Guide to Genetics and start asking questions.
We even had one friend say that if these subjects had been taught like this in school they probably would have understood the subject better. Very cool products and I definitely recommend! I got this book for my high school kid, he wanted to prepare himself during spring and summer break before he takes physics class.
He got a few other books from this cartoon guide series, and he loves them all. If you are looking for a leisure reading for physics, this is for you.
But, if you are planning to download this to study physics, this book is not for you. You still need a regular textbook typed physics book.
Bought this for my 13yr old son and he's been racing through it. He quotes large sections and has found it invaluable. I'd heartily recommend the entire series. Physics was my favourite topic in school, but unfortunately so many kids are put off from taking it - I dont know why but they think it sounds "too hard" or is somehow too daunting?
It's not, physics is how the world works, it's what we see around us every day - this book approaches it in fun, practical and informative way, and illustrates the basic principles through cartoon drawings.
It should appeal to kids and adults alike! My son has a strong interest in science and two years ago at Christmas I was looking for a book on physics that would appeal to him. The textbooks that I'd looked at were too dry and formal, the ones for kids too simple. This one was just right. I downloadd this after reading that it was written as a high school and college study book in one of the reviews here.
He'd already had an introduction to physics from reading Basher's little book on it Physics, Why Matter Matters , but he wanted something more challenging that gave him more information.
He was really happy when he got this book and he carried this book around for months, reading it. I liked that concepts I'd never been able to grasp before were explained in a way that I could understand with a cartoon drawing to help make it more clear.
This dog-eared book has finally been put on the bookshelf, but I expect he'll pull it out to read it one more time again before too long.
Since he was 8 years old when he got this we didn't focus on the mathematical equations related to the physics concepts much, although we did talk through many of them when reading together. Also, just because it has cartoons doesn't mean it was written for children. This isn't a little kid's book and some of the reviewers seemed disappointed by that fact - but that is exactly why I bought it. These series of cartoon books are amazing. I got the cartoon guide to chemistry a few years ago.