You Wouldn't Want to Live Without Glass!
Written by Ian Graham
Illustrated by Mark Bergin
Part of the You Wouldn't Want to Live Without Series
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You Wouldn't Want to Live Without Glass! by Ian GrahamCan you imagine what your life would be like without glass? You use glass every day, from the mirror you look in when you wash your face in the morning to the bulbs that light up your home after dark. All sorts of foods are stored in glass bottles and jars. Many of your electronic gadgets have glass screens. And the signals that carry your texts and let you surf the web make part of their journey along glass communications cables. You Wouldn't Want to Live Without Glass! is part of a brand-new science and technology strand within the internationally acclaimed You Wouldn't Want to Be series. The clear, engaging text and humorous illustrations bring the subject to life and stimulate young readers' curiosity about the world around them.
About the Author
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Salariya Book Company Ltd
18th August 2016
Salariya Book Company Ltd is an imprint of Scribbler
The Salariya Book Company publishes books for all ages both internationally and domestically through its imprints Book House, Scribblers and Scribo. Independent Children's Publisher of the Year 2010.
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