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This is a classic Usborne book which has been enjoyed by three generations since its first publication in 1975 - now completely reillustrated by the original artist Colin King, to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Usborne Publishing. Anyone who remembers this book from their own childhood will love to introduce a new generation to this unique visual explanation of how the human body works. Those previously unfamiliar with it are in for a treat. It covers all the basics of human biology.
One of the first Usborne books to be published, reissued for the 40th anniversary of Usborne Publishing in 2013. This book is all about keeping secrets. It shows you how to set up secret meeting places and a secret post office and how to disguise your messages and maps. It shows you lots of secret codes and signals. On the first page you will meet the Black Hat Spy. Watch out for the tricks he plays in Spy Trick - these are things real spies have done. There are messages in code all through the book - see if you can work them out. As used in evidence at the high court trial of Soviet spy Oleg Gordievsky, who testified that this book gave away the KGB's tradecraft.
First published in 1994 and now reissued in paperback, a READ AND WONDER title which looks at things that spin and whirl, such as pizzas, sausage dogs, helter-skelter rides, planets and bicycle springs. Full colour illustrations by Margaret Chamberlain.