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Carol Ballard

  • 4 stars across 93 books
    Carol Ballard is a full-time author after spending the last 15 years as a science teacher. She now writes and consults on a wide range of scientific topics.
    12th November 2015

    Living Processes: Plant Variation and Classification

    Find out how our plant classification system works and look at how scientists use it to identify and group plant speci... More

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    30th August 2004

    The Digestive System

    Beginning with an exploration of digestion at the cellular level, this volume of the Encyclopedia of the Human Body ... More

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    12th March 2012

    Inside My Body: Pack A of 5

    Introduces you to the inner workings of the human body. This book includes: colorful, detailed illustrations and photogr... More

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    15th August 2009

    Eyes

    Investigate the miracles of the human body. Each book provides an in-depth focus on a vital body part or system, the way... More

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    15th August 2009

    The Immune System

    Investigate the miracles of the human body. Each book provides an in-depth focus on a vital body part or system, the way... More

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    3rd February 2012

    What is an Asthma Attack?

    This book shows readers how our respiratory system works.... More

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    24th April 2014

    Secrets of Heat and Cold

    In Secrets of Heat and Cold , among other things, you will find out how we measure heat, what happens at absolute z... More

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    12th March 2012

    Why do I need Glasses?

    This book shows readers how sight and vision work.... More

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    13th May 2014

    How Does Science Work?: Sound

    Discover where sound comes from, how it travels and how we hear sound. Learn about echoes and how sound is measured. ... More

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    13th May 2010

    Forensic Science: Collecting Crime-scene Evidence

    Explores the popular subject of forensic science in a way that supports the science curriculum and encourages reading... More

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