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Nick and Tesla Books In Order

Publication Order of Nick and Tesla Series (with Bob Pflugfelder) Books

Nick and Tesla's High-Voltage Danger Lab (2013) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Nick and Tesla's Robot Army Rampage (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Nick and Tesla's Secret Agent Gadget Battle (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Nick and Tesla's Super-Cyborg Gadget Glove (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Nick and Tesla's Special Effects Spectacular (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Nick and Tesla's Solar-Powered Showdown (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Have you ever read the Nick and Tesla series? They are a set of novels written by bestselling author Bob Pflugfelder. The series consists of captivating books that try to explain the mystery with alarms, burglar, electromagnets and other gadgets that you can build by yourself. Currently the series consists of over 6 novels all which have been published in a span of three years.

Nick and Tesla High Voltage Danger Lab

This is the debut novel first published in 2013 and the story starts when the twins are sent to stay with their uncle during summer vacation as their parents had to go on a work-related trip to Uzbekistan to study soybeans. The twin did not have much time to think about a homegrown rocket, which was one of their experiments and appeared incomplete when they tried to launch it at the backyard of a strange house with a pale and nervous looking girl gazing out of the window cautioning them to go away. On their way, they got into more trouble including finding two aloof criminals, killer dogs, and a mysterious black SUV that kept following them. Conversely, to see what was happening, they decided to brainstorm and came up with a mechanism to seek help them solve their problems and also keep them alive.

The author of the series Nick and Tesla does a great job in that he combines furtive efforts with science thus making the reader hooked in from first to the last page. The red herrings keep the reader guessing and anticipating to read more. For instance, such as the soft, scared eyeing glass gazing out of the window, the detached old house and a strange black Sports Utility Vehicle that makes any reader fascinated by any mystery book and makes them wanting to it read more. On the other hand, we see the scientific perspective of which Nick and Tesla had plans and ideas of launching their homemade rocket.

Do you enjoy science? Do you want to build your gadgets and performing experiments? If so, this book will fulfill your dreams as it contains step by step instructions to construct electromagnets, alarms, a rocket launcher and even a homemade burglar. Nick and Tesla High-Voltage Danger Lab is a great book to show kids that problems can be tackled by applying a bit of creative energy with some tech know-how. Students with interest in science, technology, mathematics and engineering and fictional reading should at once hook themselves up with Nick, and Tesla series as each series contain engaging adventure.

Nick and Tesla Robot Army Rampage

In Nick and Tesla series, Robot Army Rampage, the twins decide to catch criminals when robbers attack the town of Half Moon Bay and steal their comic book, and they swear to get it back. To do so, they decided to build a host of new gadgets and gizmos. The Twins miraculously created four different droids out of the primary domestic objects. When the duo decided to follow up the thieves along the way they ran into robots. They appeared to be all over from standing in other stores to hanging out at the pizza house as they had little information concerning the robots who were in fact gifts to the owners of the stores from a brand new resident. Even though the robots seemed nice Nick and Tesla felt insecure with the new face in town. Therefore, they decided to make exemplified illustrations to making the droids.

Nick and Tesla Secret Agent Gadget Battle

In the book Nick and Tesla’s Secret Agent Gadget Battle, the summer holidays were only two weeks, but Nick had missed his parents very much. Besides, Nick was swayed that somebody was spying on them. His suspicion grew after his mother left them a voice mail cautioning of danger and also before, they had been told not supposed to trust anyone. This was the initial message that the twins had received from their parents since their arrival at their uncle’s place in California, they listened to it over and over again, and nervousness grew in them until it was in some way expunged. Immediately after the vanishing voicemail occasion, an unusual cast of characters showed up and asked for a job to restore their uncle’s cluttered house to some semblance of habitability.

The characters included a ‘scientist intern’ who clearly was not Australian as he claimed, an exterminator who poked through the entire house for bugs and two mop-welding harridans. With the assistance of their new friend, Silas and DE Marco, they made their personal spy toolkit, created fingerprint dust which they gathered the fingerprints of the suspicious individuals. Additionally, they built invader alarms and hid spy camera set-ups, plan scroll rolls for inscribing oblique communications to one another and create inflatable booby-traps. Along the way, Nick and Tesla looked for Tesla’s missing necklace. They also came face to face with an enraged neighbor whom Nick identified him as a spy.

At the end of the book, we do learn the identity of the mystery spies. Finally, it is revealed that Nick and Tesla’s parents were researchers, but they did not research on soybeans. In fact, they were involved in some secret science project. The Nick and Tesla series leaves the readers wondering what happened to their parents. This is an intriguing series where suspense is well used. It makes you want to read more of the book. It is very eye-catching to any reader who decides to read it. Readers fascinated by science and engineering will love the book; it is a masterpiece.

Nick and Tesla series, Robot army rampage and Nick and Tesla series, Secret Agent Gadget Battle could make a killing in the film industry if optioned for filming, however none of the novel has been listed for adaptation. In summary Nick and Tesla series are great novels to read especially for children, they provide guides on how some fancy devices can be created. For instance, there are well-illustrated instructions regarding the way alarms are made. It would be fun to try and see if the reader can follow those procedures and see if he or she can come up with those household made gadgets. If you love making homemade small gadgets, then Nick and Tesla should add up right in your library.

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