In this bright and colourful edition we’ll be wondering what colour really is – and, of course, how you can have the most fun investigating it! Make rainbows in your own home, discover why chameleons change colour, look inside an LCD screen, mix up some colour-changing paint in your kitchen and grind up your own natural pigments. You'll meet bubble scientist Helen Czerzi, discover ten awesomely amazing colourful animals and find out how chemist William Henry Perkin created a whole new industry, by accident! There's also a colour spinner to cut out and make, as well as lots of colourful optical illusions to wow your friends with. It's a whole rainbow of science in one awesome magazine!
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"I have to say this is brilliant. My 11-year-old girl and 6-year-old boy absolutely love it. Loads of things to do, colour, facts and experiments and the best and biggest thing of all... they don't want their screens. Definitely worth every penny. You will not be let down, I promise."Rebecca McGlone