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Dr. Mike Goldsmith

  • 5 stars across 11 books
    Dr Mike Goldsmith is a physicist by training, currently a programme co-ordinator at the National Physical Laboratory. He has published numerous academic papers on subjects including astronomy and clocks. He is shortly to publish a novelty Workshop Clock for children.
    27th February 2014

    I Explore Digging for Dinosaurs

    A collectible board book series with a non-fiction twist: toddlers have mini adventures and explore planet Earth. Little... More

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    31st July 2014

    I Explore the Airport

    A collectible board book series with a non-fiction twist: toddlers have mini adventures and explore key first experience... More

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    17th December 2015

    Navigators: Stars and Planets

    Discover more about planets, stars, comets, black holes, galaxies and astronauts. And look to the future to see possi... More

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    3rd November 2016

    Science Ideas in 30 Seconds: 30 breakthrough theories for junior geniuses explained in half a minute

    30 breakthrough theories for junior geniuses explained in half a minute In this perfect book for smartypants and eg... More

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    5th October 2017

    Legendary Journeys: Space

    All aboard for the trip of a lifetime! This interactive guide to space travel recounts the human quest to venture ever d... More

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    2nd February 2009

    Kingfisher Young Knowledge: Light and Sound

    "Kingfisher Young Knoeledge Light and Sound" introduces readers to the sources of light and explains how we hear sounds.... More

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    2nd February 2009

    Kingfisher Young Knowledge Mountains

    "KFYK Mountains" explores nature's most magnificent peaks, explains how ranges form, and looks at the wildlife that exis... More

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    1st August 2009

    Darwin and Other Seriously Super Scientists

    Even though they're dead, the scientists in this "Horribly Famous" title are still full of surprises. Not only did Darwi... More

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    3rd May 2012

    Snot Collectors and Spider Ladders and Other Bonkers Inventions

    A brand new series from the home of humour for children! Inventions is all about weird, wild and frankly bonkers inventi... More

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    1st March 2010

    Inventors and Their Bright Ideas

    You've probably heard of a few inventors and their bright ideas...Alexander Graham Bell and his telephone. George Steven... More

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