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Mr. Archimedes' Bath by Pamela Allen
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Mr. Archimedes' Bath (1980)

by Pamela Allen

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While bathing with his friends one day, Mr. Archimedes discovers the principle for which his name has become famous.
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  CapitalCityPCS | Sep 20, 2019 |
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  CapitalCityPCS | Sep 20, 2019 |
When reading this to a small group of children, some of them enjoyed this, others thought it just silly and a couple thought it to be on the lame side. So a very mixed reaction.


Those that liked it got a kick out of Mr Archimedes trying to figure out what was happening with the bath water. One child kept laughing because the man is naked (and if you do not want your children seeing a naked cartoon guy avoid this book) and sent the kids on some giggle fits. Others were bored with the repetition. The really little kids (age 3-4) seem to be most likely to enjoy but by age 5-6 they lose interest.

What I didn't like was there are a lot of accusations flying around about who is responsible for the bath water but when the answer is found no apology or anything. This could have been a great opportunity to teach kids that when the accuse or say something that isn't true and later learn they were wrong, they should be able to admit that and apologize to those they wronged. So a perfect lesson opportunity lost. And in this day and age, being sure to teach children about manners, responsibility and respect seem crucial.

Otherwise, it was a cute, amusing read. ( )
  jljaina | May 16, 2015 |
I found this book one day sitting at Barnes and Noble and I picked it up and read it straight through. Not only entertaining, it's informative for students and makes them think about the ways in which volume affects things like water in a bathtub. A perfect book to use in a math or science lesson. ( )
  Andymcclellan_93 | Dec 3, 2014 |
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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.
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