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  • BMAYQ 7 years +
    Mary Colson
    7 years +
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    Forces move everything around us. This book explores the science of forces such as friction and gravity in a fascinating and fun way. Innovative flowcharts, colourful photographs and fact boxes bring these abstract concepts to life. Readers will find out how the moon affects tides on Earth, how magnetic forces act on matter throughout the universe and many more amazing facts about forces in this informative book.
  • BMAYP 7 years +
    Mary Colson
    7 years +
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    Light is an amazing thing. It is essential to life on Earth, but how is it made? This book looks at the science of light in a fun, informative way. Informative flowcharts, bright photographs and fact boxes help to explain how light is created and how fast it travels. Readers will find out how the human eye works and how some animals can even see in the dark!
  • AQCKT 7 years +
    7 years +
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    This book looks at the causes and effects of the destruction of the rainforests and asks what will happen to people, animals and the environment if they disappear. It imagines scenarios at varying stages in the future and examines whether and how disaster can be averted.
  • AMIUJ 7 years +
    7 years +
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    "This title teaches readers how to stop dreaming about becoming an inventor--and take steps to make their dreams come true! Helpful tips for finding inspiration, keeping an ideas journal and always thinking about how to improve things will help your reader inventing in no time! An activity at the end of the book encourages readers to invent their own board game and test it out."--
  • BMUEF 6 years +
    6 years +
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    Have you ever wondered what your cat does when you're not around? Well, meet Henry - he's going to tell you! Henry has been left to wander the house and he's in the mood for fun! From scratching to purring, napping to pouncing, you can find out just what wild things cats get up to when your family are all out!
  • BMUEG 6 years +
    6 years +
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    Have you ever wondered what your dog does when you're not around? Well, meet Ted - he's going to tell you! Ted has been left to wander the house and he's in the mood for fun! From sniffing to barking, napping to gnawing you can find out just what wild things dogs get up to when your family are all out!
  • BMUEH 5 years +
    5 years +
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    Have you ever wondered what your hamster does when you're not around? Well, meet Bonnie - she's going to tell you! Bonnie has been left to wander the house and she's in the mood for fun! From burrowing to escaping, gnawing to stockpiling, you can find out just what wild things hamsters get up to when your family are all out!
  • AYIAM
    • £13.99
    Forces move everything around us. This book explores the science of forces such as friction and gravity in a fascinating and fun way. It includes innovative flowcharts, colourful photographs and fact boxes that bring these abstract concepts to life. Readers will find out how the moon affects tides on Earth, how magnetic forces act on matter throughout the universe and many more amazing facts about forces in this informative book.
  • APWZD
    • £12.99
    Charles Darwin was born in England in 1809. He was a brilliant scientist who changed the way we think about life on Earth. His theory about the evolution of plants and animals transformed science and shocked nineteenth-century society to its core. Alfred Russel Wallace, a Welsh naturalist, was born in 1823. He developed a theory of natural selection at the same time as Darwin. This book explores the life and work of these two scientists and how a letter from Wallace to Darwin changed the course of science forever. How have some of the most successful scientific pairings in history changed the advancement of science and led to discoveries that might never otherwise have been made? Dynamic Duos explores the fascinating scientific partnerships between some of the world's leading scientists. From Darwin and Wallace to Einstein and Eddington, without these 'dynamic pairings' some of the most spectacular discoveries and critical theories in the history of science might never have been made. An informative series for children aged 9+.
  • BMUEI 5 years +
    5 years +
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    Have you ever wondered what your rabbit does when you're not around? Well, meet Jemima - she's going to tell you! Jemima has been left to wander the house and she's in the mood for fun! From binkying to thumping, circling to snacking, you can find out just what wild things rabbits get up to when your family are all out!
  • AQCJF 7 years +
    7 years +
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    Who makes the technology we use every day in school and at home? What are the working conditions like for people who form part of the supply chain for the world's technology industry? This book looks at the impact our use of technology has on our lives and on the environment and asks how we can improve our lives and those of others with the things we buy.
  • AYIAL
    Mary Colson
    • £13.89
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    Light is an amazing thing. It is essential to life on Earth, but how is it made? This book looks at the science of light in a fun, informative way. Informative flowcharts, bright photographs and fact boxes help to explain how light is created and how fast it travels. Readers will find out how the human eye works and how some animals can even see in the dark!
  • APWYN
    • £12.99
    Albert Einstein and Sir Arthur Eddington takes a look at the scientific partnership that changed our understanding of the universe. It explores the early work of both men including Einstein's Theory of Relativity and his famous equation E=MC2, how Eddington was instrumental in helping to prove Einstein's theories, and how his support helped the great Einstein bring his brilliant theories to fruition. How have some of the most successful scientific pairings in history changed the advancement of science and led to discoveries that might never otherwise have been made? Dynamic Duos explores the fascinating scientific partnerships between some of the world's leading scientists. From Darwin and Wallace to Einstein and Eddington, without these 'dynamic pairings' some of the most spectacular discoveries and critical theories in the history of science might never have been made. An informative series for children aged 9+.