Predicting the Effects of Climate Change by John Townsend
  

Synopsis

Predicting the Effects of Climate Change by John Townsend

This title shows the relevance of science to our everyday lives, relating what is learnt in school to real-world examples familiar or accessible to readers.It profiles real scientists and their research, providing information and links about careers in the field. It features 'Science You Learn' panels to show students the relevance of the curriculum concepts taught in school. It teaches students about the importance of science, its numerous applications, and the implications of scientific discovery for the world.

About the Author

John Townsend

After years of teaching in secondary schools, John Townsend realised that boys were crying out for cool, quick reads – so he decided to write them! He has now written over 100 books! He is in huge demand as a guest speaker – whether at schools, writers’ groups or libraries. His other books for Barrington Stoke include Deadline and Firebomb. He lives in Suckley, Worcester.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
56 pages
Interest Age: 11-14 years

Author

John Townsend
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Author's Website

www.johntownsend.co.uk/

Publisher


www.raintreepublishers.co.u...

Publication date

1st October 2008

ISBN

9780431040578


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