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Colin Stuart

  • 4 stars across 9 books
    Colin Stuart (Author)
    Colin Stuart is a renowned astronomy speaker and author whose books have sold over 100,000 copies worldwide. A Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society and a 2014 runner-up in the European Astronomy Journalism Prize, Colin has also written publications featured in The Guardian, New Scientist, BBC Focus and The Observer, and has spoken about the wonders of the universe on Sky News, BBC News and Radio 5Live.

    Ximo Abadia (Illustrator)
    Ximo Abadia is a highly acclaimed artist, living and working in Spain. He has illustrated numerous publications including The Speed of Starlight and his work was selected for the Bologna Children's Illustrator's Exhibition in 2017.
    23rd August 2018

    The Speed of Starlight: How Physics, Light and Sound Work

    Designed to present physics in a totally new light, this science book explores the topics of physics, light and sound al... More

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    14th June 2018

    STEM Quest: Astonishing Atoms and Matter Mayhem

    Science is what happens when curious people ask questions. Can you be a scientist and crack some of the world's bigges... More

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    14th June 2018

    STEM Quest: Fabulous Figures and Cool Calculations

    Mathematics is the language of the universe, everything around us! Can you crack it and become an incredible maths... More

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    1st October 2018

    Discover our Solar System

    Sit back and enjoy a cosmic tour of our awe-inspiring solar system with this illuminating illustrated guide. Aimed at ch... More

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    22nd August 2019

    The Language of the Universe: A Visual Exploration of Maths

    From atoms to beehives to the movement of the planets, everything around us is buzzing with maths. So how does this lang... More

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    14th November 2019

    Go on a Mission to Mars

    Co-ordinates for a mission to Mars have been locked into your navigation computer. But there are a few things you need... More

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