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Jack Challoner

  • 4 stars across 12 books
    Jack studied physics, then trained as a science and maths teacher. He worked at London's Science Museum in the Education Unit, and in the museum's flagship interactive gallery, Launch Pad. He left the museum in 1991 to write science and technology books and to write and perform science shows in museums, libraries and schools. He has developed science television programmes for BBC Scotland. He is also a musician and singer.
    5th October 2017

    All About Virtual Reality: Includes 5 Amazing VR Experiences

    A groundbreaking children's book that explains everything you need to know about virtual reality including how we see ... More

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    10th August 2017

    iExplore - The Brain: Venture Inside Your Head with Augmented Reality

    The next incredible book in our Augmented Reality series takes you deep inside the human brain! Take a journey into th... More

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    30th June 2009

    Rocks and Minerals

    Every rock you see tells a story about the Earth. Glassy black rocks mark moments when the Earth's liquid insides spille... More

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    1st June 2012

    Story of Science

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    14th March 2013

    John Snow

    John Snow was a Victorian physician who helped to establish that cholera was spread by contaminated water (not bad air, ... More

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    1st August 1998

    Human Wonders Detective File

    Children will uncover fascinating facts about the human body while solving six different mysteries. This book includes s... More

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    1st January 1955

    Learn About Rocks and Minerals: A Fascinating Fact File and Learn-it-yourself Project Book

    Learn About is a series in children''s refere nce and self-education that encourages experimentation and a ctivities on ... More

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