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by Pamela Allen


When Mr Archimedes takes a bath with three of his friends, Kangaroo, Wombat and Goat, the water always overflows and makes a mess. Mr Archimedes is determined to find the culprit.

When Mr Archimedes takes a bath with three of his friends, Kangaroo, Wombat and Goat, the water always overflows and makes a mess.

The bath keeps overflowing and Mr. Archimedes wants to know why. So he measures the water before taking a. . So he measures the water before taking a bath. Then he has one animal at a time get out of the bath to see who is causing the overflow. He remeasures the water each time. But pretty quickly we are introduced to Mr. Archimedes' very gross naked backside. I could not think of one reason why this was necessary for this story.

Items related to Mr. Archimedes' Bath (Picture Puffins). Pamela Allen is a phenomenon in the world of children’s books. In twenty-four years she has produced thirty-three picture books, many of which have won prestigious awards and commendations both in Australia and overseas. Pamela Allen Mr. ISBN 13: 9780140501629. Mr. She is the first illustrator to have won the Children’s Book Council of Australia Picture Book of the Year Award two years running, for Who Sank the Boat? (1983) and Bertie and the Bear (1984).

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Archimedes' Bath by Pamela Allen (Spiral bound, 1994). When Mr Archimedes takes a bath with three of his friends, Kangaroo, Wombat and Goat, the water always overflows and makes a mess.

Archimedes' Bath by Pamela Allen (Spiral bound, 1994). Using a measure and taking turns getting out, they finally discover who it is.

Pamela Kay Allen MNZM (née Griffiths, born 3 April 1934) is a New Zealand children's writer and illustrator. She has published over 50 picture books since 1980. Sales of her books have exceeded five million copies. Born in the Auckland suburb of Devonport in 1934 to Esma Eileen (née Griffith) and William Ewart Griffiths, Allen studied at the Elam School of Fine Arts at Auckland University College, from where she graduated with a Diploma of Fine Arts in 1955

Allen published her first book, Mr Archimedes' Bath, in 1980

Allen published her first book, Mr Archimedes' Bath, in 1980 She has won or been shortlisted for many awards as both a writer and illustrator. She won the Children's Book Council of Australia's Children's Picture Book of The Year Award in 1983 for Who Sank the Boat? and 1984 for Bertie and the Bear, and has been shortlisted for the same award on five other occasions. She twice won the Ethel Turner Prize in the New South Wales Premier's Literary Awards, in 1980.

When Mr Archimedes takes a bath with three of his friends, Kangaroo, Wombat and Goat, the water always overflows and makes a mess. Mr Archimedes is determined to find the culprit. Using a measure and taking turns getting out, they finally discover who it is. Early science made fascinating with the use of animal characters, comical text and colourful illustrations.

Mr. Archimedes' Bath (Picture Puffins) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0140501629

ISBN: 0140501622

Author: Pamela Allen

Category: Books for children

Subcategory: Science Nature & How It Works

Language: English

Publisher: Puffin; New Ed edition (April 5, 1994)

Pages: 32 pages

ePUB size: 1479 kb

FB2 size: 1713 kb

Rating: 4.1

Votes: 193

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Porgisk
We all loved this book, but I had to put sticky notes on many of the pictures - 5th graders get a real kick out of anything. There are a lot of butt cheeks and cracks in the illustrations : )
Porgisk
We all loved this book, but I had to put sticky notes on many of the pictures - 5th graders get a real kick out of anything. There are a lot of butt cheeks and cracks in the illustrations : )
Chillhunter
I chose this book to read to my preschool class during our summer school water theme. The story teaches about displacement, measurement, and making hypotheses. It is an entertaining and informative story based on fact.
Chillhunter
I chose this book to read to my preschool class during our summer school water theme. The story teaches about displacement, measurement, and making hypotheses. It is an entertaining and informative story based on fact.
Dianantrius
Perfect Condition. All about water displacement and great for the kindergarten first grade level!
Dianantrius
Perfect Condition. All about water displacement and great for the kindergarten first grade level!
Meztisho
teaching 4th grade science, i was looking for a children's book to help explain how Archimedes discovered water displacement helps to find volume. one of my biggest gripes, however, is that throughout the entire book, there is never a period after Mr. This is a grammatical error that we are trying to break in our students. Also, Mr. Archimedes' butt is always exposed (he's naked), but I used a post-it note to cover it and the kids got a kick out of it:)
Meztisho
teaching 4th grade science, i was looking for a children's book to help explain how Archimedes discovered water displacement helps to find volume. one of my biggest gripes, however, is that throughout the entire book, there is never a period after Mr. This is a grammatical error that we are trying to break in our students. Also, Mr. Archimedes' butt is always exposed (he's naked), but I used a post-it note to cover it and the kids got a kick out of it:)
Opithris
As delightful when I read it to my grandchildren as it was when I read it to their dad.
Opithris
As delightful when I read it to my grandchildren as it was when I read it to their dad.
Kinashand
Great book for water unit!
Kinashand
Great book for water unit!
Authis
I was looking for a book about a math. man. I wish the author showed more relationship between the water level when the gang was in the water and out of the water. I bought this book used and it was pretty rough looking.
Authis
I was looking for a book about a math. man. I wish the author showed more relationship between the water level when the gang was in the water and out of the water. I bought this book used and it was pretty rough looking.
I was expecting a child friendly description of some of Archimedes' famous theories.
Depicting him as an elderly, overweight man was not my idea of teaching children
about some of the most famous ancients. The story never really dealt with the physics
of objects loosing their weight proportionally to the amount of water they displaced.
I think pictures seen early in life make a very strong impressions on young minds and this certainly is not how I was expecting
this important scientist and theory to be depicted. I can not believe that the author was an award winning children's
writer.
I was expecting a child friendly description of some of Archimedes' famous theories.
Depicting him as an elderly, overweight man was not my idea of teaching children
about some of the most famous ancients. The story never really dealt with the physics
of objects loosing their weight proportionally to the amount of water they displaced.
I think pictures seen early in life make a very strong impressions on young minds and this certainly is not how I was expecting
this important scientist and theory to be depicted. I can not believe that the author was an award winning children's
writer.