MUSE magazine is the science and arts magazine for kids that?s spot on with the facts, but off-kilter with the jokes. Kids who can't help wondering whether video games really kill their brain cells, or what a gentleman ladybug is called, will find the answers here, in articles written by award-winning authors and accompanied by high-quality illustration and photography. MUSE makes a perfect gift for readers who are outgrowing ASK magazine or are interested in science, history, and the arts. Explore the world in a fun way with MUSE!
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From cartoonist Larry Gonick, the creator of the New Muses who inhabit the pages of MUSE magazine and Kokonino County, comes this humorous adventure about secret messages, flute-playing tricksters, and satellite-guided smart pies.
Feather, the easily muddled Muse of Plants, is confused when he runs beak-first into young Emma. Emma, you see, is a Human, and NO HUMANS ARE ALLOWED in Kokonino County, home to Feather, Kokopelli, and the rest of the New Muses.Emma needs the Muses to help rescue her from her wicked foster father, Mr. Drinkwater. While Feather would normally love to lend a wing, Emma has arrived during the Great Pie War, when any careless move could result in getting a giant, satellite-guided Smart Pie SMACK! in the face.Will the war reach its messy conclusion in time for Feather to help Emma? Or will the trickster Muse Kokopelli sabotage everything?
70,000 young readers follow the adventures of Kokopelli & Company every month in MUSE magazine. Larry Gonick?s fast-paced plot and hilarious drawings are sure to entertain loyal MUSE readers and win over a host of new fans for Kokopelli & Company.
Who knew that spelling and science could have such chemistry? We do, now that we?ve discovered Elemensus, a word construction game with a unique twist. As in Scrabble, players use letter tiles to form words on a board. But instead of the alphabet, the tiles show symbols from the periodic table of elements, and word scores are based on the atomic numbers of the elements. Before you know it, you?ll learn the entire periodic table through osmium + molybdenum + silicon + sulfur (OsMoSiS)!