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What makes a beetle a beetle? What are some the most common and interesting beetles from around the world? This book teaches readers all about beetles, while highlighting some specific beetle families and groups. In this fascinating book you can also learn about key scientific themes such as classification, animal behaviour and life cycles.
Did you know that the brain of a Stegosaurus was only the size of a walnut? Discover other mind-blowing facts about dinosaurs!
What makes a bee a bee? What are some the most common and interesting bees from around the world? This book teaches readers all about bees, while highlighting some specific bee families and groups. In this fascinating book you can also learn about key scientific themes such as classification, animal behaviour and life cycles.
Solar energy harnesses the power of the sun. This clean, renewable energy is growing in its technology and popularity. Readers will learn how it works, how it compares to other forms of energy and how they may get involved in this exciting growing field some day. Get ready for an Energy Revolution!
From atomic power to solar power, find out all about energy and what it does in this fascinating book, including what lies ahead for our use of energy sources in the future. Super Science fact boxes give interesting stats and lesser-known facts so you can impress your friends with your science knowledge!
Did you know that lightning strikes Earth one hundred times every second? Discover other mind-blowing facts about the weather!
Hot or cold? Young readers will learn how scientists use thermometers to observe and measure temperature.
How heavy is it? Young readers will learn how scientists use scales and balances to observe and measure weight.
Tools and equipment are key to hands-on science learning. Introduce young readers to these important science tools and their proper uses.
Designed for 6-12 year olds, this title follows best practice in science education and is written by leading authors of primary science resources in the UK. Through stimulating content and carefully graded activities and exercises, it guides pupils to develop a sound framework of scientific knowledge and understanding.
Science is a serious business. Important scientific people in important white coats doing important things, answering important, serious questions. ...Right? WRONG! Sometimes, you just need to know what animal poops cubes, how to run across a swimming pool filled with custard or how loud the world's loudest burp is. And when your questions are silly, you don't need a serious scientist. You need... SILLY SCIENCE! Let's get silly!