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Mike Goldsmith

  • 5 stars across 29 books

    Dr Mike Goldsmith studied the philosophy of time and space at Keele University, where he also obtained his PhD in astrophysics. He was formerly the head of Acoustics at the UK's National Physical Laboratory and is now an author of non-fiction books for children.

    John Butler has been illustrating children's books for over 30 years. He is particularly recognized for his animal illustrations, for which he has won a number of awards in the UK and the USA. www.johnbutlerart.com

    24th August 2017

    This Book Thinks You're a Maths Genius: Imagine * Experiment * Create

    This Book Thinks You're a Maths Genius explores seven key areas of maths: geometry, space and volume, statistics, nu... More

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    8th May 2014

    In One End and Out The Other

    From author Dr Mike Goldsmith (the World of Discovery series) and illustrator Richard Watson comes 'In One End and Out t... More

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    5th May 2016

    Thomas & Friends: Cranky

    The perfect introduction to Thomas the Tank Engine! Cranky the Crane works at the Docks on the Island of Sodor. He was... More

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    14th April 2002

    I Explore! Under the Sea

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

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    2nd February 2012

    The Encyclopedia of Everything

    This amazing 320-page encyclopedia is the perfect one-volume book of knowledge for children aged eight to ten. It is pac... More

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    5th January 2012

    Flip the Flaps: Planet Earth

    Zoom up through the protective layers of the atmosphere from the surface to outer space, following the Earth as it makes... More

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    13th February 2014

    Flip the Flaps: Weather

    Flip the Flaps is a fun way for young children to discover the answers to questions about their favourite subjects, wh... More

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    30th June 2003

    Space Busters Space Travel

    What is a big bang? How heavy is a white dwarf? What is it like to be an astronaut? From aliens to astronauts, and mis... More

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    1st March 2014

    Eureka!: The Most Amazing Scientific Discoveries of All Time

    This exciting, educational children's book details the real-life stories of scientists throughout history who made disco... More

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