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Shortlisted for the Royal Society's Young Person's Book Prize Be a SCIENCE MAKER by experimenting, tinkering and building to discover the wonders of science! Learn all about STATES OF MATTER by following in the footsteps of famous scientists, artists and inventors. - Turn salt water into drinking water with Maria Telkes' brilliant invention - Be inspired by sculptor Nele Azevedo to create melting ice people - Make ice cream using ice and salt like inventor Nancy Johnson, and much more! Each title in this series contains ten 'makes', prompted by featured profiles of great scientists, artists and engineers. Children will learn about and create the experiments and builds that have led to world-changing discoveries, amazing machines and inspiring artworks. Perfect for KS2 science and technology classes aged 9 and up.
|Publication date:||12th December 2019|
|Publisher:||Wayland an imprint of Hachette Children's Group|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Science & technology: general interest (Children's / Teenage),|
Anna Claybourne has written over 150 children's books on all kinds of subjects, from sharks, black holes and splitting the atom to how to draw, Shakespeare's life, and Greek myths and legends. She knows a lot about conservation in the rain forests of Costa Rica as she once volunteered there for three months. She likes space, sewing and music, plays the trombone and loves going camping.More About Anna Claybourne