Monday, August 17, 2009


Written over 100 years ago, this is the bible on soap bubbles. While not for the serious soap bubble scientist (yes, there are such people), the book is filled with simple experiments, scarce on technical jargon and perfect for the laybubbleperson.

This is for the parent who isn't content with buying little Timmy a bottle of bubbles but feels it absolutely necessary to understand the science behind the silliness. Enjoy...

The book is Soap Bubbles: Their Colors and Forces Which Mold Them by C.V. Boys

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