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John Farndon

  • 5 stars across 107 books
    John Farndon is an author of exciting and accessible science books for children. His 'What Happens When?' was short-listed for the Rhone-Poulenc science prize in 1997. He has contributed to numerous science encyclopaedias. His book 'The Complete Book of the Brain' has been short-listed for 2001 Junior Aventis Prizes for Science Books.
    1st July 2019

    The Natural World

    Get ready for the journey of a lifetime... up in the sky! Bird's Eye View: The Natural World takes you on an amazi... More

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    1st January 2015

    Exploring Nature: Butterflies & Moths

    This is a comprehensive guide to the brief but brilliant lives of these fascinating creatures, with over 200 pictures. I... More

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    1st May 2009

    100 Facts on Spies

    100 Facts Spies covers key topics about secret agents and their missions in concise numbered facts. Information is surro... More

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    6th February 2014

    Wild Thing

    She's a demon child She's not meek and mild She's wild! Kate has a problem. It's called Wild Thing. Wild Thing is Kate's... More

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    2nd June 2011

    What Do We Know About Stars and Galaxies?

    How do we know Earth isn't flat? What are the benefits of space exploration, and is it good value? How and why do scient... More

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    1st July 2015

    Exploring Science: Inventions & Discoveries

    Imagine what life would be like without the wheel, the safety lock or the flushable lavatory - without the automatic was... More

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    9th June 2015

    Earth Lab: World Atlas

    "Earth Lab: World Atlas" takes children around the globe to discover our planet s rich diversity of cultures, wildlife, ... More

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    1st April 2009

    100 Facts on Archaeology

    This title explores some of the oldest and most amazing archaeological finds, as well as explaining what they tell us ab... More

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    27th June 2016

    Science and Technology

    Scientific breakthroughs are often the result of years of painstaking research, but a sudden, profound insight can somet... More

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