A Beginner's Guide to the Periodic Table by Gill (Author) Arbuthnott
  

A Beginner's Guide to the Periodic Table

Written by Gill (Author) Arbuthnott
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Synopsis

A Beginner's Guide to the Periodic Table by Gill (Author) Arbuthnott

A Beginners Guide to the Periodic Table is a mind-blowing guide to the elements that make up the periodic table. By linking each element to a story, wacky science analogy or fascinating fact, Gill creates a unique first reference to the periodic table. From smelly sulphur and exploding hydrogen to why Stevie Wonder is blind and everything in between, Gill seamlessly explains the mind-boggling 92 elements which will make you look at the periodic table in a whole new light!??Packed full of eye-catching illustrations and fantastic explanatory diagrams, prepare to be amazed by the most wacky and informative first introductory to the periodic table ever! Packed full of eye-catching illustrations and fantastic explanatory diagrams, prepare to be amazed by the most wacky and informative first introductory to the periodic table ever!

Reviews

A complex topic, well handled, in a way that makes it understandable to all ages. Far from being daunting, this book makes it fun - and what better way to learn? -- Sarah Brew * www.parentsintouch.co.uk *

About the Author

Following a long career as a biology teacher, Gill Arbuthnott published her first book for children, The Chaos Clock in 2003. Inspired by her love of science fiction as well as science fact, her previous works include The Keeper's Daughter for Chicken House and Germ Wars for Barrington Stoke. Previous titles for A & C Black include the fantastic introduction to the building blocks of life, What Makes You YOU?

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Gill (Author) Arbuthnott
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Publisher

Featherstone Education an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Publication date

28th August 2014

ISBN

9781472908858


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