Did you know that mammoths and pharaohs walked the earth at the same time? Or that over 30 types of gladiators fought in ancient Rome? This fascinating book is filled with 100 historical facts, bright, infographic-style illustrations, a glossary and index. There are also links to specially selected ..
An engaging and accessible introduction with information on exactly 100 science topics that will fascinate and inspire children - and adults too. Packed with facts and colourful infographics on both familiar and less familiar topics from the Earth's magnetic poles to spider venom and black holes. A ..
A fun and informative flap book introducing young children to the wonders of science. Science topics from nature to forces and the human body are brought to life with colourful illustrations, flaps to lift, simple facts and fun experiments to try at home. Full of surprises to keep enquiring minds en..
Did you know you cry two types of tears? And up to 30 trillion red blood cells pass through your heart in a minute? With colourful, infographic-style illustrations this informative book is packed with surprising facts and useful information on exactly 100 topics about the human body. A useful refere..
Did you know there's a single spot on your brain that recognizes numbers? Or that the first computer bugs were actual insects and that most of the internet is under water? This fascinating book is filled with 100 fascinating facts, bright, infographic illustrations, a glossary and index, and links t..
Do fish wear pyjamas? What's the sound of an iceberg melting? How many sheep did it take to launch a Viking longship? Which is faster - a tsunami or a bullet train? Find the answers to these and many more questions in a book that explores the history, science, environment and art of our planet's sea..
Part of the best-selling '...for Beginners' series that brings to life the wide world of physics. Rather than explaining details about how to do physics, this book focusses on explaining what different branches of physics are about, how we know about them, and what mysteries remain for budding physi..