Sir Fong's Adventures In Science Book 5
The Quantum Bunny
“The art is fantastic, the science is wild (but true), and the bunny is incredibly cute. I'm in awe of Otto Fong!”
Larry Gonick, creator of The Cartoon History of the Universe
“It’s a really cute and interesting way to convey how Science breaks tiny objects apart to study them.”
Evangeline Neo, creator of Evacomics
“The poppy visuals and adventure story will appeal to kids, and might just serve as a stepping stone for them to learn more about the wonders of the Quantum world.”
Sonny Liew, Doctor Fate, The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye
“Book 5 (the quantum bunny) is where there are strange but interesting things. One example is the ion trap. Another example is the collider. One character who is weird is Schrödinger with over 12 hands. Another weird thing is that everyone in the story is made of Q-bit because he is more fundamental than each of them. All these things make the story interesting.”
Dr Manas’ son
“Omg! You're the author of this book! My pupils love reading your books. Once I confiscated a book from my pupils, I read on just to see what the craze is all about! And I'm totally hooked on that book from then on!
Thank you for making Science more interesting! I'm gonna buy for my elder gal as well. Can get Haff Alk to ask for your autograph?”
“Hi Mr. Fong!
Just finished reading your 5th book! Thoroughly enjoyed it. The interactions between the Scientists and the bunny were entirely hilarious especially Schrödinger! Awesome stuff"
“Hi Otto, I haven’t met you personally yet. But my daughter saw you during her school assembly and it impressed upon her. Just saying.”
Grace Chia Krakovic
"Book reviews by the 9 year olds.
Out of the 5 books, it is the least sciency book and it's more like a story book.
All the characters show resilient. Every time I flip a page, the story is interesting.
Quantum physic is the power given to the bunny so that he can be everywhere at one time. Make it like wave and particle. It's not the bunny can do but the power given to bunny.
Bunny is not real, just many versions of bunnies. How can spinning and turning become another rabbit, so confusing.
Skin fell off and rabbit is still alive, not logical at all."
Mr. Alex Toh’s daughters
Long, long ago, in a faraway land, a strange rabbit was born. He had great powers that baffled even the Sky Emperor Einstein. Einstein and all the immortals tried to study him but he remained a big mystery! Finally, Einstein summoned the wizard Schrodinger, and the quantum bunny might have met his match!
The world of quantum physics is strange, but experiments have proven the theory correct. And this knowledge is powering a new world of technology. Sir Fong's Adventures is a great introduction to novice readers about the cutting-edge realm of Quantum Mechanics!