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Barbara Taylor

Barbara Taylor

  • 5 stars across 108 books
Barbara Taylor studied Environmental Sciences at Southampton University before becoming a science writer for exhibitions at London's Natural History Museum. Since then she has written more than 120 children's books on science, natural history and geography. An award-winning author, her acclaimed titles include Eyewitness Arctic and Antarctic (DK), Apes and Monkeys (Kingfisher) and the How to Save the Planet (OUP).
6th April 2021

The Dinosaur Awards

Roll up, roll up! The Dinosaur Awards are about to begin – and you’re invited! Who will win the Terrifying Toes Award? W... MoreThe Dinosaur Awards

(3 reviews) Review
29th June 2007

Night Animals

Which animals come out at night? How do they find food in the dark? Where do they go during the day? In this book you'll... MoreNight Animals

(3 reviews) Review
15th April 2015


(2 reviews) Review
3rd January 2013

I Wonder Why Soap Makes Bubbles

This highly popular and long-running series has been revamped for a new generation of readers, with a clean, crisp redes... MoreI Wonder Why Soap Makes Bubbles

(1 review) Review
7th January 2021

The Bird Atlas: A Pictorial Guide to the World's Birdlife

Take a peek inside the beautiful and absorbing world of birds with this lavishly illustrated children's bird atlas.From ... MoreThe Bird Atlas: A Pictorial Guide to the World's Birdlife

(1 review) Review
1st January 2014

100 Facts Animal Life

100 Facts Animal Life is bursting with exactly 100 mind-blowing facts, awesome images and fun activities to help child... More100 Facts Animal Life

(1 review) Review
15th November 2018


Cats are a perennial favorite with young kids. Filled with great tips and guidelines for kids getting their first cat.... MoreCats

(1 review) Review
13th February 2014

Discovery Inside: Animals

Take a detailed look at how nature works with this series. Highly detailed, realistic artwork is presented with cutaways... MoreDiscovery Inside: Animals

(1 review) Review
26th June 2009


This book provides a fascinating investigation into one of the world's most ancient and deadly reptiles: the crocodile. ... MoreCrocodiles

(0 reviews) Review
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