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This book contains the following Usborne titles: What's biology all about?, What's chemistry all about? and What's physics all about? An accessible and informative guide to physics, chemistry and biology, how they work and how they apply to everyday life. Covers all the key science topics including electricity, the periodic table and the human body. Includes simple experiments and internet-links to recommended websites to find out more. Illustrated with humorous drawings, cartoons and diagrams.

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About Hazel Maskell

Hazel Maskell writes books for children, covering topics from animals to going on holiday.






Eleanor Taylor studied at the Norwich School of Art and the Royal College of Art. She has created illustrations for The Guardian, The New York Times, The New Yorker , Big Picture Press and Walker Books.

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About Kate Davies

Kate Davies lives in London, where she writes children's books, performs improv comedy, and spends too much money on cheese. She also edits other people's children's books and she once worked at Buckingham Palace, selling tea towels to tourists. She never met the queen, but she did get to stroke a corgi once.

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About Adam Larkum

Stephanie Turnbull is an author and an editor of children's books. Her publications include The Usborne World Atlas of Dinosaurs, Trash and Recycling: Paper Making Kid Kit and Castles.

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