What Professionals are Saying about Jack Dogg's Compendium Guide to Physics
"The book strikes a unique balance in making physics fun and not compromising necessary conceptual information. It reaches students at their level.. Material is made accessible by employing the kind of style that many students can connect to..."
Germano S. Iannacchione
Associate Professor/Department Head
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
"This book is truly original. The illustrations are catchy, and the humor is enjoyable, which will make the principles more easily remembered. I can't think of a book currently on the market that combines learning the difficult discipline of classical physics with entertainment like this one does."
Bob Gillies, MNS
QCC professor, head member of National Education Association Board of Directors
author of Instrumentation and Measurement for Electronics Technicians
"The book (Vol III) is very good... It is fun to read and difficult concepts are made easy to understand."
Dr. Bridget C. Hendricks, O.D., M.S., F.A.A.O
Attending Optometrist, Boston Medical Center
Assistant Professor of Optometry, The New England College of Optometry
"[This book] reaches an audience that traditional physics books don't get. A lot of science and physics books have illustrations, but not the intriguing kind these books include. I'm a visual learner, so I could process the same info found in this book in a fraction of the time that I would while reading a regular physics textbook. It doesn't just keep you engaged with the content, it sparks your interest!"
Adjunct Faculty, Dean College