Prepare to be amazed and educated! A Bee in a Cathedral explains basic scientific truths and principles using the power of analogy.
Nick Arnold; Allan Sanders
A truly interactive guide to how machines work. This fun, hands-on guide illustrates the principles of force and motion with colourful diagrams and twelve working machines to build -...
Have you heard the tale of how the sun hatched out of an emu's egg? Or what about the great catfish that carries the world on its back? Has anyone...
Adam Hart-Davis; Nishant Choksi
If you've ever wondered why the pencil came into existence, or how a steam engine works, or when we started using flushing toilets, this book has all the answers. Based...
Christiane Dorian; Beverley Yong
Do you ever wonder where your clothes come from? Or how we make chocolate? This interactive guide is filled with pop ups, pull-tabs and booklets to explain exactly how...
David A Aguilar; David A Aguilar;...
Simon Rogers; Jenny Broom; Peter Grundy
Complex facts about the human body are reinterpreted as stylish infographics, which astonish, amuse and inform by turn. Researched by the Guardian's Datablog expert and designed by the father of...
From the team who created the award-winning HOW TO MAKE A UNIVERSE WITH 92 INGREDIENTS (9781407117911), HOW TO BUILD A HUMAN BODY makes human biology fun! Covers major body organs...
A clearly written guide to the night sky for beginners and children, written by the most famous living astronomer of them all!
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John Malam; David Antram
The year is 1871 and you are about to be involved in the building of America's most famous landmark - the Statue of Liberty! This book lets you find out...
Describes the science concepts behind military vehicles
The OECD Communications Outlook 2007 presents the most recent comparable data on communication sector performance and provides information on policy frameworks in OECD...
A fantastic puzzle book, published in conjunction with the Launchpad gallery at The Science Museum.
This series looks at how forensic scientific techniques have been applied to real-life crimes to help solve them
Chris Oxlade; Paul Mason
Examines the evidence for some of the world's mysterious phenomena, and looks at how science can be used in an attempt to explain such mysteries. This title presents evidence that...
Andrew Solway; John Coad; John Farndon
Shows the relevance of science to our everyday lives, relating what is learnt in school to real-world examples familiar or accessible to readers. This work profiles real scientists and their...