Clive Gifford is an award-winning author who has written hundreds of articles and over 80 non-fiction books. For Kingfisher, Clive's titles include Football - The ultimate guide to the beautiful game, Football Skills, Olympics, 10 Explorers Who Changed the World, How the World Works and Think Again! He has received commendations from the Smithsonian Museum in the US and received a Times Educational Supplement Information Book of the Year award. A life-long supporter of the London team Queens Park Rangers, he has also been a football coach and contributed to various football fanzines. Clive lives in Manchester.
An absolute must for every early teenager. Fun, interesting and useful the author has compiled a great list of things to be sure to do before those early care free days â€“ the childish wonder of innocence â€“ are over and before your entire attention span becomes taken up with worrying about the opposite sex.
Are you well prepared for the kick off. Do you think you know it all? Through the 1000 plus questions you can test yourself and find out if you really do have all the answers at your finger tips. After a few easy questions just as a bit if a warm up, there are literary hundreds of medium and difficult questions to tax your brain and test your knowledge. Fun for all and useful for turning anyone and everyone into an instant expert.
This is a guide to the fictional world of the movie, focusing on the richness of the people, creatures, daemons and inventions that populate its startling landscape. It includes an insert featuring an array of artworked press-out characters and a sticker sheet of photo images from the movie.
A hot topic indeed! A recent report from the Pentagon concluded that climate change poses a greater threat to world security than terrorism. This series focuses on the combined pressures of population growth and dwindling resources on our planet. Through geographical up-to-date facts and figures, each book covers one key global issue and combines physical and human geography to give readers a complete answer to difficult questions. It is ideal for current affairs topic work, and explains how the global issues affect the life of the reader and includes tips on how they can make a difference in their own community. It compares the lives of two people with similar occupations, one in a developed country, the other in a developing country.
More than 1 billion people around the world do not have drinkable water. This book helps students understand the issues surrounding the use, supply, and conservation of water.
The great timelord has had many incarnations and many adventures, but can you remember them? Do you know who was the first Dr Who? Can you say what the word 'tardis' stands for? Well here's your chance to shine - with over 1,000 questions this quiz book will not only test, but also tease and torment the most ardent fan. But don't worry the answers are not to be found in the far reaches of the universe, they're in the back of the book!
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