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Darwin's Tree of Life
by Michael Bright
This beautifully illustrated book starts from the dawn of life and shows the order in which plants and animals evolved, the different branches of 'The Tree of Life', and how plants and animals have changed over time in many amazingly different ways.
Little People, Big Dreams: Steven Hawking
This moving book features stylish and quirky illustrations and extra facts at the back, including a biographical timeline with historical photos and a detailed profile of the brilliant physicist's life.
You Are Stardust by Elin Kelsey
People are nature. From the water we drink to the trees we climb, we are connected to the natural world in big and surprising ways. With simple, poetic text, and exquisite artwork, You Are Stardust introduces kids to these connections - sparking their imaginations and starting conversations.
Seeing Science by Iris Gottlieb
With quirky illustrations that explain the strange-but-true world of science, Seeing Science offers a ride through the mysteries of the universe. Explore amongst other things, naked mole rats, the human heart, the Uncertainty Principle and how glaciers are like Snickers bars. Science really is beautiful!
by Ben Newman
In this brilliant follow up to Professor Astro Cat's Frontiers of Space, the trusty feline returns to take the reader on a journey through the incredible world of physics. Learn about energy, power and the building blocks of you, me and the universe in this all new adventure!
This Book Thinks You're a Scientist by Harriet Russell
Explore seven scientific areas: force and motion, electricity and magnetism, earth and space, light, matter, sound and mathematics. Each spread centres on an open-ended question or activity, with space on the page for the child to write, draw or interact with the book.
What is Evolution?
Looking at both the history of life and the scientific breakthroughs, this book gives an overview of the theory of evolution. It takes an in-depth look at the work of Charles Darwin, Thomas Huxley and Alfred Russel Wallace as well as topics such as genetic modification and artificial selection.
100 Scientists Who Made History by Andrea Mills
From brainy biologists to magnificent mathematicians, discover 100 remarkable scientists who shaped our world. From Aristotle and Rosalind Franklin, to Stephen Hawking and Brian Cox, get the low down on the people whose thirst for knowledge has shaped the way we live.
If... by David J. Smith
'If the Sun were the size of a grapefruit, Earth would be the size of a grain of salt. Even the largest planet, Jupiter, would be only as big as a large pea.' Some things are so big or so old that it's hard to wrap your mind around them. Explore these hard-to-imagine objects and events and compare them to things we can instantly see, feel and touch.
by Sarah Hutton
Cool Physics is a playful, enjoyable guide to the world of physics, from Archimedes saying 'Eureka!' (probably not in the bath) to the Higgs Boson. Aimed at older children, it covers everything you need to know about some of the most complex scientific ideas in an accessible and fun way.