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Ian Graham

Ian Graham

  • 5 stars across 191 books
Ian Graham has written more than one hundred non-fiction books and numerous magazine articles on video, computers, electronics and communications. After taking a degree in applied physics and a post-graduate diploma in journalism at the City University, London, he worked for three years as an editor in consumer electronics magazines before turning freelance.
23rd February 2017

Lots

In this wonderfully illustrated celebration of the world we travel far and wide - to Hong Kong, the Amazon, Antarctica, ... MoreLots

(11 reviews) Review
1st December 2008

Microscopic Monsters

Science with the squishy bits left in! What makes your guts a brilliant home for bacteria? Which creature l... MoreMicroscopic Monsters

(1 review) Review
1st February 2009

Monster Trucks

Discover the biggest, fastest and strangest vehicles in this new series. With action photographs, each title details dif... MoreMonster Trucks

(1 review) Review
15th January 2015

You Wouldn't Want To Live Without Electricity!

We depend on electricity in almost everything that we do. It gives us heat, light, transportation and entertainment. Ele... MoreYou Wouldn't Want To Live Without Electricity!

(1 review) Review
1st January 2016

You Wouldn't Want To Live Without Soil!

Soil supplies a surprising variety of materials for making things. If soil didn't exist, life would have developed diffe... MoreYou Wouldn't Want To Live Without Soil!

(1 review) Review
1st August 2016

You Wouldn't Want To Live Without Glass!

Can you imagine what your life would be like without glass? You use glass every day, from the mirror you look in when yo... MoreYou Wouldn't Want To Live Without Glass!

(1 review) Review
7th January 2008

My Best Book Of Spaceships

"MBBO" is a popular series perfectly sized for small hands and ideally tailored to young children's interests and readin... MoreMy Best Book Of Spaceships

(1 review) Review
1st February 2008

On the Rails

'On the Rails' explains how trains work and are used, as well as taking a look at the biggest, heaviest and fastest mach... MoreOn the Rails

(1 review) Review
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