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Mark Ruffle

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Mark Ruffle

  • 5 stars across 34 books
    10th October 2019

    Humanimal: Incredible Ways Animals Are Just Like Us!

    So you think you're special? Just because people have built cities, invented pop-up toasters and put people on the Moo... More

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    12th February 2015

    Garden

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    13th March 2014

    Ten Thousand Poisonous Plants in the World

    You can count numbers all around you, from the eight legs on a spider to the one nose on your face. But can you count... More

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    10th September 2015

    The Big Countdown: 70 Thousand Million, Million, Million Stars in Space

    You can count numbers all around you, from the eight legs on a spider to the one nose on your face. But can you count... More

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    10th March 2008

    Human Body

    Packed with experiments to try at home, this series explores the fascinating forces that govern our bodies and the natur... More

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    1st October 2013

    Build the T-Rex

    Learn about the mighty T. Rex and discover the other amazing creatures of the Mesozoic Era with this chunky book-and-mod... More

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    1st June 2014

    Under the Sea

    It's time to dive into the ocean and discover a bustling underwater world! Filled with whales, dolphins, turtles, and fi... More

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    3rd October 2013

    How to Build a Human Body

    From the team who created the award-winning title How to Make a Universe from 92 Ingredients (9781407117911) and How to ... More

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    2nd June 2008

    Year 4

    Age-appropriate, mixed media texts for on-screen literacy lessons which support the renewed framework. * Ext... More

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    13th March 2014

    The Big Countdown: 100 Trillion Good Bacteria Living on the Human Body

    You can count numbers all around you, from the eight legs on a spider to the one nose on your face. But can you count... More

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