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  • Posted May 18, 2010

    Cool Stuff 2.0

    The book Cool Stuff 2.0 is an amazing book and I rate it a five out of five. It was a very good book with enormous and descriptive pictures. It talked about how many different things work from travel live and other categories. The most expensive toilet, from the category live, was one of the bigger pictures it took up two pages and explained the toilet and its different features. The authors picked interesting topics and explained them satisfactorily. The extreme sports were very cool and one of them let you jump 10 feet in the air.
    In my opinion this book should have explained easier things to understand before more complex items. This would make it easier to understand how a complex video game system would work. Although when it got to advanced technology like super computers, the book became shakier with explaining overall the book was fascinating and a great way to learn about advancing technology and the world around us. I recommend this book to anyone who is very good at understanding how things work and wants to understand this world more fully.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 30, 2009

    Fun book for teens who enjoy technology

    I bought this book for my 13 yr old son to take on our summer vacation so he could read it during the long drive. He loved the book! He's very fascinated with how things are made and how they work, but he doesn't like to read very long, detailed books so this was perfect. Each item in the book had approx 2-4 pages dedicated to it explaining how it worked. He showed the book to a friend who also found it to be "very cool".

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