Published October 2001
by Rebound by Sagebrush .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
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Physics Lab in a Hardware Store is the companion book and is so similar, that I noticed one reviewer recommended that you not buy both books because they overlap so much. Buy the companion book and save yourself $ or more. Better yet, check and see if your local Library has the book /5. Buy a cheap copy of Physics Lab in a Hardware Store book by Robert Friedhoffer. Examines such topics in physics as mass, weight, gravity, buoyancy, and pressure with experiments using common household tools. Free shipping over $/5(1). Get this from a library! Physics lab in a hardware store. [Robert Friedhoffer; Joe Hosking] -- Examines such topics in physics as mass, weight, gravity, buoyancy, and pressure with experiments using common household g: Housewares. This book is full of fun experiments and activities that will show you why scissors cut, how to fix a creaking door, and what a ladder and an axe have in common. Science writer Bob Friedhoffer reveals the scientific principles behind everyday tools and gadgets that you can find in a hardware store — sandpaper and screws, wheelbarrows.