The first in a series of concertina fold-out books, Things That Go features more than fifty iconic boats, bikes and other examples of creative excellence. The history of design is illuminated with a visually accessible timeline that can be read back to front, top to bottom and right to left.
David Dyer's astonishing novel The Midnight Watchis based on the true story of the SS Californian, the ship that sawtheTitanic'sdistress rockets and yet, unfathomably, did nothing. A psychological thriller. Sometimes the smallest of human failings can lead to the greatest of disasters On a wre ...Show more
Category: Encycopaedias, Science, Maths & reference materials | Series: Ponderables
NEW EDITION includes a recently updated removable 12-page fold-out timeline that traces the history of physics from the very beginning all the way up to 2017.
Did you know that Napoleon was once attacked by rabbits? Or that the Mars Rover sang itself "Happy Birthday"? How about the odd ingredient Civil War soldiers used to make coffee? From the illustrator behind The Kid's Awesome Activity Calendar and Doodle Adventures comes a collection of obscure, fascinat ...Show more
Computer Coding Python for Kidshas all you need to master Python - one of the world's most popular computer programming languages. Python is easier than other professional coding languages yet no less powerful. Computer Coding Python for Kidsuses a hands-on approach to show it how works, with step-by-s ...Show more
Category: Encycopaedias, Science, Maths & reference materials | Series: Mensa Kids
A true puzzler's paradise, the book contains 96 pages of puzzles. It is split into three levels of difficulty, which gradually get more challenging as the book progresses and kids improve their puzzle skills: Level A is Super Brain, Level B is Mega Mind and Level C is Ultra Genius. The different types o ...Show more
Category: Animals & Natural World
Dive into the deadliest of oceans with this visual encyclopedia. Compare the features of the different creatures from saw-like snouts to angel "wings" and use the reference section to look at a shark's anatomy. A simple, accessible, page-per-topic guide, you can learn all about the ocean's inhabitants ...Show more
MORE THAN 200 FUN FACTS--FROM BAFFLING AND BIZARRE TO ENTERTAINING AND ENLIGHTENING This curious, captivating collection of trivia will surprise and intrigue readers with amazing answers to questions like: *Is Jurassic Park possible? *What causes "the shakes" after drinking a lot of alcohol? *Why do dog ...Show more
An A to Z guide to the Super Heroes of the Marvel Universe - from Ant-Man to Wolverine, with everyone in between! Discover detailed descriptions of everyone's favourite characters including their origins, powers and secret identities. Full of trivia and fun facts on more than 100 heroes, this exciting b ...Show more
This encyclopedia will knock spots off your biology textbook! Get under the skin of human anatomy with large, clear photographs, graphics, and CGI images that show everything you need to see in detail. Annotations and captions explain how everything works clearly and simply, without overwhelming. From t ...Show more
What Makes Your Body Work introduces some of the body's major organs and systems through experiments that the reader can preform. From understanding why the brain can decipher ltteers in a wrod in the wrnog oredr to measuring your own lung volume, What Makes Your Body Work is bursting full of insightful ...Show more
Category: Encycopaedias, Science, Maths & reference materials | Series: All About
This is a fascinating introduction to the world of religion. Why are we here? What happens after we die? All About Religion unpacks the big questions about life, God, morality and science vs. religion. With a foreword by TV and radio personality Aled Jones, All about Religion presents faith and religion ...Show more