Introduces children to advanced topics by using simple text and delightful illustrations.
The Earth has come a very long way from the molten planet with oceans of magma that existed 4.5 billion years ago. Since then, the land has shifted, the climate has changed and life has flourished. But how exactly did living things come to be?Let real-life scientists Sarah Darwin and Eva Maria Sadowski enlighten you about the fascinating facts of...
Lift the flaps to discover what light is, where it comes from and how it works, from rainbows and reflections to lightyears and lasers. Then see light in action for yourself by trying out some simple home experiments.
Explore careers in science as you meet a multitude of scientists doing a huge variety of jobs in everything from astronomy to zoology. See what they do at work and marvel at their ground-breaking discoveries, then find out how YOU could become a scientist yourself.
This brilliant book helps children to investigate the world around them by taking a hands-on approach to core topics. Every spread features stunning scientific photos, ultra-detailed artwork and fun cartoons. Within each section, 11 illustrated step-by-step projects encourage practical learning, creating an immersive learning experience.
What ARE genes? What do they do? How did DNA make EVERYTHING? Young scientists, meet genes and DNA, the building blocks of ALL LIFE ON EARTH. Colourful illustrations, plenty of flaps, and intriguing for kids who want to know MORE.
Get the lowdown on these sneaky, microscopic intruders, from how they infect us to how our bodies fight them off. Meet the germ detectives who have managed to track them down. And spare a thought for the zillions of other microbes who are perfectly harmless - or may even be super helpful.
Travel with mischievous cartoon guides, the Brainwaves, in this book of science through a range of mindblowing STEM topicsMeet the Brainwaves, hilarious little mischief-makers who will be your guides to a marvellous range of mindblowing science topics!
This book brings a world of teeny creatures and tiny details vividly to life. Packed with exciting facts and amazing photographs, it includes practical, hands-on activities, for those with and without a microscope at home.
This book WON'T test your mental maths or teach you countless ways to find x. It WILL show you just how fascinating maths can be. Can maths make people rich? Can formulas predict which sports teams will win more games? Can equations explain the mysteries of the universe? The short answer to all these is YES.
How can you bend water with a ruler? What makes grass green? How do machines work? What happens if you add raisins to a fizzy drink? Why don't seals freeze in icy water? Can anything stop paper clips from sinking? This book will show you how to discover the answers to these questions and more - making you think like a scientist in a few simple steps.
Explore Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths with this jam-packed collection of fun-filled experiments you can do at home. Get immersed in exciting STEM activities that will inspire every budding home scientist, technology fan, young engineer, and mathematician! Witness your very own erupting volcano blow sky high.
This enthralling children's encyclopedia answers more than 200 questions that curious kids ask about science. Why does chocolate melt? Where does wind come from? How do we know dinosaurs existed? This fully-updated, fact-packed kids' book answers all kinds of questions children have about how the world works, and some they haven't even thought of!
Do you know your Algorithms from your Brownian motion? How about your Coprolites? (That means dinosaur poo!) Discover these words and more in this illustrated STEM encyclopedia. Organised in alphabetical order and each term beautifully illustrated with humour and charm, these 100 essential concepts will fascinate scientifically minded young readers, from...
This humorous twist on the popular Q & A format takes a sideways look at all that is intriguing and fascinating about fossils. Quirky illustrations and fun text reveal the amazing answers. Discover if fossils were dragon bones, how animals turned to stone, and why a forest was petrified.
Discover an all-in-one encyclopedia that takes you on an explanatory tour of the world from your own body to outer space. Have you ever wondered how an email gets to someone on the other side of the world in just a few seconds or why it's a bad idea to stand under a tree during a thunderstorm?