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Barbara Taylor

  • 5 stars across 90 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).
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    The Dinosaur Awards

    Roll up, roll up! The Dinosaur Awards are about to begin - and you're invited! Who will win the Terrifying Toe... More

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    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... More

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    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. ... More

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    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... More

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    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... More

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    15th January 2011

    Coasts

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    15th August 2011

    Discover Science: Apes and Monkeys

    Make science accessible with this essential series that will capture children's imagination while laying the foundation ... More

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    15th March 2016

    Build a Shark

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    26th June 2009

    Crocodiles

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

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    31st May 2001

    People on the Move

    A series of geography books that explore the relationship between people and their environment. Each title begins with ... More

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