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John Farndon

  • 5 stars across 105 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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    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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    15th January 2003

    How Things Work

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    2nd July 2015

    Leaves

    Leaves carry out a vital job for all flowering plants, they enable plants to make food. This book provides readers with ... More

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    16th March 2008

    Project Management Participant Guide, Paperback

    This exceptionally produced trainee guide features a highly illustrated design, technical hints and tips from industry... More

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    1st August 2011

    History Encyclopedia

    This title lets you follow the development of human civilization around the world, in 1500 illustrations. You can journe... More

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    1st September 2017

    D160 Wild About Science

    Wild About Science is a brilliant book, bursting with illustrations and amazing photographs whilst the engaging text is ... More

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    6th September 2007

    History of the World

    What caused Hurricane Katrina? What's inside an Eygptian Pyramid? How did the Vikings wage war? Find the answers to all ... More

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    7th February 2019

    Electricity

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