?Science Bob? Pflugfelder is an elementary school teacher based in Newton, Massachussetts. He has made many television appearances on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Live with Kelly and Michael, The Dr. Oz Show, and other media outlets. These are his first books.
Another fast-paced mystery in the popular Nick and Tesla series, featuring a new case to crack and all-new gadgets that kids can build themselves! Super-smart kid inventors Nick and Tesla Holt have outsmarted crooks, spies, and kidnappers. This time they attempt to crack their biggest mystery yet: where...[more]
featuring a new case to crack and all-new gadgets that kids can build themselves! Bright siblings and amateur inventors Nick and Tesla Holt are back in this fifth installment. Fresh off their last case at the museum, the kids are in for a whole new mystery to solve, and they can only do it with their...[more]
Another electrifying adventure—and cybernetic contraption—from Quirk’s favorite kid scientists! Bright siblings—and amateur inventors—Nick and Tesla Holt are back in this fourth installment of their whiz-bang middle grade series. With the mystery of the spy’s identity solved, the kids face...[more]
When a rash of robberies hits the town of Half Moon Bay, 11-year old sleuths Nick and Tesla are determined to catch the criminals, but to do so, they\'ll have to build a hots of new gadgets and gizmos! In this robot-themed follow up to Nick and Tesla\'s High Voltage Danger Lab, the brother and sister...[more]
On the heels of NICK AND TESLA\'S HIGHVOLTAGE DANGER LAB and NICK AND TESLA\'S ROBOT ARMY RAMPAGE, here comes a third book of middlegradeadventures (and topsecret contraptions!) In this third installment, 11 year old wizkids Nick and Tesla discover that someone in the quiet town of Half Moon Bay has...[more]
Nick and Tesla are a smart12-year-old brother and sister with a knack for science, electronics, and getting into trouble. When their parents mysteriously vanish, they’re sent to live with their Uncle Eli, a brilliant inventor who engineers top-secret gadgets for a classified government agency. It’s...[more]