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Nick and Tesla’s High-Voltage Danger Lab By “Science Bob” Pflugfelder and Steve Hockensmith


Nick and Tesla are bright 11-year-old siblings with a knack for science, electronics, and getting into trouble.

When their parents mysteriously vanish, they’re sent to live with their Uncle Newt, a brilliant inventor who engineers top-secret gadgets for a classified government agency. It’s not long before Nick and Tesla are embarking on adventures of their own—engineering all kinds of outrageous MacGyverish contraptions to save their skin: 9-volt burglar alarms, electromagnets, mobile tracking devices, and more.

Readers are invited to join in the fun as each story contains instructions and blueprints for five different projects.

In Nick and Tesla’s High-Voltage Danger Lab, we meet the characters and learn how to make everything from rocket launchers to soda-powered vehicles. Learning about science has never been so dangerous—or so much fun!


What a fantastic idea! intrigue, Mystery, ridiculously odd mad scientist family members, terrifying obsticals……and you get the blueprints to create the science experiments along with Nick and Tesla!

Nick and Tesla are curious, kind-hearted and brilliant kids that find themselves in the middle of a mystery. The way they handle themselves in this mystery is pretty awesome! Their savvy and smart thinking might just save the day.

The experiments are just challenging enough to make it fun! Each experiment has a list of supplies, instructions and a diagram to help you along. The supplies that are listed are things you can most likely find around your home.

This book has so much to offer! Try science on for size! Have Fun!

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