Learn how to perform magic tricks and illusions using simple science experiments in this children's activity book for kids aged 7-9. Join science presenter Steve Mould, #1 bestselling author of How to be a Scientist, to find out the secrets behind amazing magic tricks. Learn how to bend water with a balloon, make a glass beaker disappear in oil, and wow...
New in the Little People, BIG DREAMS series, discover the life of Stephen Hawking, the genius physicist and author. When Stephen Hawking was a little boy, he used to stare up at the stars and wonder about the universe. Although he was never top of the class, his curiosity took him to the best universities in England: Oxford and Cambridge.
Are you ready to be a super scientist?Packed with 10 super experiments, Matter and Materials explains lots of cool scientific ideas in a simple way! Includes step by step photographs an clear instructions show you exactly what to do. Test your knowledge with fun quizzes and practise recording your results like a real scientist.
With clear, vibrant photographs and step-by-step instructions, confident kids will be able to approach the experiments alone. Each experiment has been designed with children in mind, so they are all clearly labelled with difficultly ratings and if extra adult assistance is required. Interactive learning is encouraged further with a fun quiz to allow kids...
Are you ready to be a super scientist?Packed with 10 super experiments, Electricity and Magnets explains lots of cool scientific ideas in a simple way! Includes step by step photographs an clear instructions show you exactly what to do. Test your knowledge with fun quizzes and practise recording your results like a real scientist.
Are you ready to be a super scientist? Packed with 10 super experiments, Air and Water explains lots of cool scientific ideas in a simple way! Includes step by step photographs an clear instructions show you exactly what to do. Test your knowledge with fun quizzes and practise recording your results like a real scientist.
This book delivers a comprehensive insight into the world of science including everything from forces, technology and scientific discoveries to zoology and plants. Amazing fact panels, photographs, realistic artwork and detailed diagrams make this book a fantastic resource for school projects or homework.
Questions and Answers Science is a large format paperback question-and-answer book for children aged 5+. It's an absolute must for younger readers who are fascinated with science. Children will love finding out the answers to the questions posed across three main subject areas: Science, Planet Earth and Human Body.
Learn to solve all kinds of multiplying and dividing puzzles in this entertaining book, with over 130 flaps to reveal the answers along the way. Topics include times tables, number lines and using fractions, and there's even a treasure island puzzle at the back of the book, where children can put their new knowledge into practice.
The first ever picture-book retelling of Charles Darwin's On The Origin of Species. 'A long, long time ago, before humans even existed, the living world looked very different from how it looks today.'For most of human history, people believed that everything in the world was created at once.
Explore, experiment and discover amazing experiments you can do at home. Find out how to build parachutes and bottle rockets, catch creepy-crawlies, make slime AND MUCH MORE. Then discover the science behind things that go whizz, squelch and bang!
From building a bridge and crafting a catapult to making a marble run and creating a crane, Science Lab is packed with activities that young readers can do at home to explore, discover, and understand the way the world works. How are rockets fired into space? How is energy harnessed? How do buildings survive earthquakes?
Modern living wouldn't be possible without electricity. This book looks at how electricity travels, how it is stored in batteries, and how power plants produce the electricity we need to light our homes, schools and businesses. Flowcharts with bright photographs and fascinating fact boxes help explain the concepts of electricity.
Discover how scientists are fighting back against the threat of climate change and explore the incredible weapons they are deploying. The book looks at why things such as the greenhouse and methane effects contribute to climate change and how this affects our planet.
A Brief Illustrated History of Science charts the history of scientific discoveries all the way through from prehistory to Aristotle, then through the works of Copernicus, Galileo, Newton, Linnaeus and right through to the incredible scientific breakthroughs of today. With stunning full-colour images and illustrations, this beautiful book is sure to...
Sherlock Bones and his trusted accomplice Dr. Catson are embroiled in a frenetic times-table adventure. They must follow a teasing trail of multiplication-themed maths puzzles, and it's up to the reader to find the answer to each fiendish problem, all in the hope of foiling Professor Moriratty's evil plan.
An introductory primer for kids learning about the “S” in “STEAM” : Science. Little Leonardo’s Fascinating World of Science introduces kids to the vast and varied areas of science and the different types of scientists they can aspire to become.
An introductory primer for kids learning about the “M” in “STEAM” : Mathematics. Math is the basic foundation upon which most of the other areas of STEAM rely. If a child aspires to be a scientist or an engineer or an architect, they need to first understand math.
Most people have heard of Thomas Edison, Steve Jobs, and Mark Zuckerberg, but how about Daniel Hale Williams, Mae Jemison, and Mary Anderson? The world owes a lot to the unsung heroes of innovation, people who used their ideas to make the world a better place through advances in health, technology, food science, and discovery!
Do you have a lot of energy? What else has energy? Just about everything that moves! When you feel like running, leaping, and singing, people might say you have a lot of energy. And you’re not the only one! Energy is the stuff that makes everything live and move. People, animals, plants—we all need energy to live!
If you look at a piece of a leaf or a drop of saliva through a microscope, what do you see? Cells are the basic building blocks of life and they make up every living thing, from plants to animals, from humans to bacteria! In Cells: Experience Life at Its Tiniest, readers ages 12 to 15 investigate cells and learn how they affect our health, reproduction,...
This exciting children's book of things to make and do is full of arts and crafts and facts about school subjects. Covering everything from the Solar System to Ancient Egypt, you'll never be stuck for an activity, craft, or project idea again. With clear step-by-step instructions and photos, children will learn about a subject interactively.