Presently, 90 percent of students in middle and high schools are fearful of physics. As a result, they keep on avoiding physics till they encounter it in college as a prerequisite, and then feel lost. If nothing is done about it, this trend of feeling helpless will continue to shadow their potential. The solution is to make students at ease with physics before or during middle and high school by connecting the laws of physics to their world of high-fives, coming down the slides, shooting balls, or simply drinking water from fountains. In the first volume of the book, the concepts of energy and Newton's three laws of motion were covered. In this second volume, the concepts of momentum, gravitational force and weight are covered. There are no equations in any chapter of both the volumes. Physics has been simplified to pure English with many joyful photos, and simple experiments that can be done with the stuff inside the home or outside in the playgrounds. Now, can physics be more beautiful or easier than that?