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A Stone Sat Still tells the story of a seemingly ordinary rock - but to the animals that use it, it is a resting place, a kitchen, a safe haven... even an entire world.
In his characteristic heartwarming style, Patrick McDonnell tells the story of the young Jane Goodall and her special childhood toy chimpanzee named Jubilee.
A picture-book biography on science superstar Stephen Hawking, whose visionary mind revolutionised our concept of reality and whose experience with ALS inspired millions.
Discover the story of Marie Curie, Pierre Curie and the discovery of radium.
The true story of paleontologist Joan Wiffen, whose fossil discoveries proved that dinosaurs lived in ancient New Zealand.
Spring After Spring traces Rachel Carson's journey as scientist and writer, courageously speaking truth to an often hostile world through her book, and ultimately paving the way for the modern environmental movement.
When Wu Chien Shiung was born, her parents gave her a name meaning 'courageous hero' and encouraged her love of learning and science. She became an exceptional physicist was declared by some as the 'Queen of Physics'.
Born in London, Rosalind Franklin grew up with a keen desire to do things that would better the lives of others. Less than 20 years later, she took the world's first photograph of DNA, changing the future of science forever.
We depend on trees for our survival, yet few of us understand just how fascinating these beings really are. Tree Beings is an adventure through the secret world of trees and a guide to appreciating trees through the stories of people who love them.
Eye Spy takes children on a whirlwind tour of how eyes work and lets them lift the flaps to find out how animals as different as dogs, owls and chameleons see the same scene.
Discover 52 projects to explore rocks, gems, geodes, crystals, fossils and other wonders of the Earth's surface.
"Here we are at 4.6 billion years ago, and as we raise the curtain . . . the STORY OF LIFE is about to begin! (Yes, that's right - we're telling the story of the ENTIRE history of Planet Earth).
From the fungi we see on supermarket shelves to fungi like penicillium that have shaped human history, this is the definitive introduction to what fungi are and just how vital they are to the world's ecosystem.
Lift the flaps to discover Planet Earth's place in space, look at the seven continents, learn about earth's magnetic field, find out about the water cycle, see the world's amazing habitats, and take a closer look at hurricanes, floods and avalanches.
The latest installment in the World of Weird Animals series, featuring seventeen of the grossest animals on earth. Includes snot otter, zombie worm, dumpy tree frog, maggot, sea cucumber and more!
Unleash the power of science! Have fun with 22 safe and cat-friendly activities that let you work alongside your cat to discover what makes her tick.
Learn about science with the most faithful lab partner you'll ever find-your dog! Discover how your canine companion thinks, moves, drinks, stays warm, gets clean, cools off, and more.
Young scientists can learn about different scientific principles and properties using everyday tools and ingredients from their kitchen. Make a lemon volcano, flour craters, edible paper, and more with these hands-on science projects.
Animal Exploration Lab for Kids teaches kids about animal classifications, adaptations, and habitats.
Built by Animals introduces us to the creatures who know how to build, and looks at how their techniques have been copied in human construction.
One stormy night, a group of villagers are struck by lightning. The only survivor is a baby - Mary Anning. From that moment on, a spark is lit within her. Learn all about Mary Anning, her life, and the discoveries she made.
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