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Steve Alton studied Biology at the University of York. Having a lifelong love of natural history, he worked in conservation, managing nature reserves in Nottinghamshire for many years. Steve lives in Sussex with his wife and two children, and works closely with several local schools. His interactive web based teaching tool won 3rd Prize in the European elearning award with 800 entries from 30 countries.
Disgustingly informative, this is a touchy, feely guide to some of the most disgusting things in life. Open the flap and find out about blood and bones, travel on a roller coaster ride around the fast flowing systems that control human blood and breathing. It is an excellent and original way of explaining the complexities of the human body. Lovereading comment: Parents please ignore the title and the gruesome snot built into the cover!!! Open up this book. It’s brilliant and will provide hours of entertainment for children of 5+ particularly those who find science boring at school. This is sure to enthuse them when they go back into the classroom. With loads of pop-ups, pull-tabs, fact boxes, pull-out leaflets and everything in between, readers will be given a roller-coaster ride around the human respiratory and circulatory systems that might seem a bit gross to parents but kids will love. A great way to discover just how amazingly clever our bodies are!
It's been a year since Sam defeated the Malifex, and ever since that day, Sam has felt different-alone. When he gets the chance to visit his Wiccan friend Charly and the wizard Amergin, Sam goes, never suspecting that he is stepping back into the ancient and dangerous world of magic. This time, the Sidhe, Fairy Folk, kidnap Amergin and are plotting to release the Malifex back into the world. Will Sam be able to draw upon the powers of the Green Man to save the world yet again, or will the evil power of the Malifex be freed to cover the earth once more?
Find out all about the remarkable history of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution in this non-fiction information book. Accompanied with detailed artwork and photos, this book explains how animals have evolved over time to adapt to their surroundings, from the very early creatures on earth, to the dinosaurs and the animals we see today. * Ruby/Band 14 books give increasing opportunities for children to develop their skills of inference and deduction. * An information book * Curriculum Links: Science: Ourselves * This book has been quizzed for Accelerated Reader.
Follow your food on its gooey, chewy, rumble, plop journey through your body! This irreverent pop-up guide is a fascinatingly fun read for any child. It's a fantastic companion for anyone studying science at primary school level - where children are taught about parts of the body, how we grow, why humans need food, and the benefits of a healthy balanced diet. This book is stuffed with scrumptious illustrations, over 30 mouth-watering pop-ups and easy-to-digest text. Children will especially love the cover, complete with a touch n' feel slimy tongue - ew!
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