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Introducing: Professor Kompressor. An excellent, but accident prone, inventor

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Professor Kompressor is an inventor. He is excellent at inventing, but the inventions are not always excellent.

This first collection of Professor Kompressor stories (on special offer to celebrate the New Year!) recalls a number of episodes from his inventing career. The ideas may seem sound, and perhaps quite original, but they don't always work out as intended. In fact, they very rarely do. It was perhaps predictable that an invisibility cloak would be easily mislaid, but who could have guessed that tinkering with an old Volkswagen Beetle would be so dangerous? There is plenty of evidence that Professor Kompressor is a genius, but this does not in anyway prevent him from accidents and mishaps.

This book is aimed a children (age 7-11) and is intended to inspire developing minds. The Professor is a fictional character and the adventures are completely made up. Yet, the various episodes draw on ideas from science and the modern world. They aim to show that you can have a lot of fun with science and technology, especially if you allow for a little bit of creative mis-interpretation.

What the readers say:

"The best professor ever!"

"A well told story that will make you laugh."

"The story line makes young ones think, encourages them to believe in themselves and their ideas more, and is good fun too!"

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New review for the Professor on

"Not enough details to recreate the inventions!" 5*


Unfortunately, the inventions appear to be held up at the patent office, so it is difficult to provide more details.


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The Professor is enjoying what may be his last few days of freedom.

Professor Kompressor is FREE from Amazon 4-8 April.

Shiny new cover, same madcap content!

Entertains kids of all ages.

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This book has been freshly edited and is currently pricematched by Amazon! At a cost of less than half a cup of coffee, you'll get a bit of light entertainment. And... you might learn some science as well. Seems like a fair deal to me.

Haven't posted about this book for a looooooong time, but this doesn't make it any less entertaining. I mean, the more than 5,000 that have downloaded it can hardly be wrong, can they? If you think they are, then fair enough, but maybe this podcast will convince you otherwise...
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