Danny Dunn and the Anti-Gravity Paint (2020)

Danny Dunn and the Anti-Gravity Paint Jay Williams Raymond Abrashkin Ezra Jack Keats Danny Dunn and the Anti Gravity Paint When Danny Dunn tips over the mysterious jar of glistening liquid he has no way of knowing that he will involve himself his friend Joe and Professor Bullfinch in a wild flight between planets But a
  • Title: Danny Dunn and the Anti-Gravity Paint
  • Author: Jay Williams Raymond Abrashkin Ezra Jack Keats
  • ISBN: 9780671436780
  • Page: 296
  • Format: Paperback
Danny Dunn and the Anti-Gravity Paint Jay Williams Raymond Abrashkin Ezra Jack Keats When Danny Dunn tips over the mysterious jar of glistening liquid, he has no way of knowing that he will involve himself, his friend Joe, and Professor Bullfinch in a wild flight between planets But anything can happen when Danny is around and practically does
Danny Dunn and the Anti-Gravity Paint Jay Williams Raymond Abrashkin Ezra Jack Keats

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One thought on “Danny Dunn and the Anti-Gravity Paint

  1. Shawn

    Re read this for work The first of the Danny Dunn adventures and thus a little less streamlined than usual, as most of the major elements are being introduced Professor Bullfinch accidentally invents a liquid that, when a current is passed through it, repels gravity Bullfinch and The U.S Government quickly build a spheroid ship to test the material but Joe and Danny accidentally cause a premature takeoff while inside launching the two boys, Prof Bullfinch and Doctor Grimes into orbit As they pin [...]

  2. Christie Skipper Ritchotte

    I m not sure what to rate this haven t read it since I was a kid, but I can say that while Vonnegut, Burroughs, Tolkien, Bradbury, Golding, and many others all made me wish I could be one of those writer people, this particular Danny Dunn book made me actually pick up a pen and do it in the 4th grade I 3 Danny Dunn.

  3. Joan

    After reviewing a Nick and Tesla science fiction series and comparing it to the old Danny Dunn series, I decided to read a Danny Dunn title to see if my comparison was apt since the last Danny Dunn I read was quite likely when I was Danny s age, perhaps age 12 14 It is indeed apt The Danny Dunn titles were written in the late 1950s and especially the 1960s when the US was ramping up science education to catch up with the Russians This series was supposed to interest kids in science which is real [...]

  4. Brad

    Pulp YA about space travelwritten before man had been in space There are some parts that are laughable for their science and other parts that are strikingly educational and legitimately imaginative As a camp counselor in 2012 I read it to my 8, 9 and 10 year olds They loved it

  5. Nils Andersson

    This book is simply brilliant Should be compulsory reading for any budding inventor or scientist While we are waiting for reality to catch up and anti gravity paint to become available in the stores, the adventures of Danny Dunn help pass the time.

  6. Jules

    A great book to read with the kids They had a bit of trouble understanding some of the concepts, and I was trying to edit on the fly to correct some very unscientific statements by the good professor from my meagre astronomical understanding Fun read though and worth the rough patches

  7. Steve

    The Danny Dunn books were a staple of my childhood, and now that my son s reached elementary school, we re having great fun rediscovering these The science and technology is often dated a direct teletype to the University computer TV cameras small enough to hang from a balloon but that s not generally the point it s the adventures and the voyages of discovey our kids take.That being said, Danny Dunn and the Anti Gravity Paint is particularly weak It was written prior to any space flight and it s [...]

  8. Betty Cross

    I don t remember when I read this book, but I think I was about ten, so the date finished is approximate Danny Dunn and his glum but likable friend Joe befriend a learned and inventive scientist known only as the Professor They stumble upon the secret of anti gravity and use it to travel around the solar system, meeting various perils It was great fun for an imaginative ten year old of a scientific bent I later found out my math skills weren t up to the requirements of scientific research Recomm [...]

  9. Jim Razinha

    Another Year of Nostalgic Re reads entry I remembered Danny Dunn and checked openlibrary and It s a rather silly story, but I will still think of it fondly for reinforcing a ten year old s love of science.

  10. ROBERT RUDIN

    Danny Dunn and the Anti Gravity PaintI give this book 5 stars because I had read this series of books as a young man.These books are very well written and can be useful for those students as an incentive to get a college degree.

  11. Judy

    I didn t realize that this book is the first in a series This book has quite a bit of science, some of which is dated, but it s still a fun read A scientist must always be asking, How What Why As a matter of fact, I ve been asking myself those questions all day especially Why

  12. Matthew Spence

    I read this and a couple of the others in the series when I was a kid It came out a year before Sputnik so the story was both timely and Danny s original punishment by his teacher funny Fun kids fiction from the Fifties that holds up despite the dated technology.

  13. the Skrauss

    Read in 3rd grade, I remember this book as the first book I read that didn t have a picture on every page It was a stirring adventure for a third grader.

  14. James Lanter

    I m giving all the Danny Dunn books a 4 It was one of the first series I read and the first time I really enjoyed going to the book store Not to mention how cool it was to solve the mysteries

  15. Bracicot

    Loved these to DEATH when I was a kid I still admire them and find them oddly relaxing 35 years later.

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