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    • ISBN:9781445131108
    • Publication date:25 Sep 2014
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Killer Crocodiles

By Alex Woolf

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  • £12.99

An exciting series that looks in colourful close-up at the way animals attack their prey and defend themselves against predators.

If you ever wanted to know how Crocodiles survive, find out in this fascinating book about Attack for survival.

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  • ISBN: 9781445104881
  • Publication date: 29 Sep 2011
  • Page count: 32
  • Imprint: Franklin Watts
Ravishingly illustrated with color photographs. — Black Rabbit Books
Wayland

Salt

Alex Woolf
Authors:
Alex Woolf

Did you know that the little white grains that sit in your salt cellar have an amazing story to tell? The simple condiment has caused wars to break out, empires to be conquered and black markets to flourish. This book describes the journey salt has taken, from prehistoric religious offerings to a staple seasoning.Other topics covered are the health aspects of salt, how it is produced, its chemical properties and how it is traded around the world. An ideal leisure read, but also perfect for course work and presentations.

Wayland

Tea

Alex Woolf
Authors:
Alex Woolf

Did you know that the plain-looking bags you use to brew a steaming mug of tea are steeped in fascinating history? This simple drink has caused wars, been smuggled, been the drink of the elite and even resulted ship races across the globe! This book describes the journey tea has taken, from ancient Chinese rituals to an everyday staple drink. Other topics covered are the health aspects of tea, how it is produced, its chemical properties and how it is traded around the world.An ideal leisure read, but also perfect for course work and presentations.

Franklin Watts

Biodiversity

Izzi Howell
Authors:
Izzi Howell

A powerful look at the biggest environmental issues facing our generationEarth's rich biodiversity at risk everywhere, from the icy poles to the dense rainforest, as deforestation, climate change and pollution threaten fragile ecosystems. Can we reverse the damage before it is too late? Our Earth is facing huge environmental challenges, from plastic pollution choking our oceans to critical loss of biodiversity. Ecographics aims to raise young readers' awareness of these challenges with the latest headline-grabbing facts and stats, pertinent case studies and powerful photos. Important reading for children aged 9 and up.

Franklin Watts

The Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages

Izzi Howell
Authors:
Izzi Howell
Orchard Books

Rainbow Magic: Sasha the Slime Fairy

Daisy Meadows
Authors:
Daisy Meadows

Join Rachel, Kirsty and Sasha for some fun with slime!Sasha the Slime Fairy's special magic helps everyone have loads of fun making and playing with slime. From glitter slime to goo slime, all types of slime are Sasha's favourite! But when Jack Frost steals her three special pieces of slime, the magic starts to go awry. Can Rachel and Kirsty help her get them back before the slime adventure comes to a sticky end?

Franklin Watts

Climate Change

Izzi Howell
Authors:
Izzi Howell

A powerful look at the biggest environmental issues facing our generationEarth is now warmer than at any time in the past 650,000 years, putting it at huge risk from natural disasters from flooding to desertification. How can we reverse climate change before it is too late? Our Earth is facing huge environmental challenges, from plastic pollution choking our oceans to critical loss of biodiversity. Ecographics aims to raise young readers' awareness of these challenges with the latest headline-grabbing facts and stats, pertinent case studies and powerful photos. Important reading for children aged 9 and up.

Wayland

Sugar

Alex Woolf
Authors:
Alex Woolf
Wayland

Chocolate

Alex Woolf
Authors:
Alex Woolf

Did you know that the chocolate bar you can pick up from any corner shop used to be a precious and exotic food that only aristocracy could afford? This book looks at the history of one of our favourite foods, from the ancient civilisations who made the first hot chocolate to today's global sweets industry. Other topics covered are health aspects of chocolate, how it is produced, its chemical properties and how it is traded around the world.An ideal leisure read, but also perfect for coursework and presentations.

Franklin Watts

The Modern World

Alex Woolf
Authors:
Alex Woolf
Franklin Watts

The Nineteenth-Century World

Alex Woolf
Authors:
Alex Woolf
Franklin Watts

The Medieval World

Alex Woolf
Authors:
Alex Woolf
Franklin Watts

The Early Modern World

Alex Woolf
Authors:
Alex Woolf
Franklin Watts

The Ancient World

Alex Woolf
Authors:
Alex Woolf
Franklin Watts

The Classical World

Alex Woolf
Authors:
Alex Woolf
Franklin Watts

Bullying

Jane Lacey, Venitia Dean
Contributors:
Jane Lacey, Venitia Dean
Little, Brown Books for Young Readers

Worlds Collide

Chris Colfer
Authors:
Chris Colfer
Wayland

Science

Colin Hynson
Authors:
Colin Hynson
Franklin Watts

Meet the Vikings

Alex Woolf
Authors:
Alex Woolf
Wayland

A Photographic View of Holidays

Alex Woolf
Authors:
Alex Woolf
Wayland

A Photographic View of Hospitals

Alex Woolf
Authors:
Alex Woolf

Find out what life was like in Britain before the National Health Service was introduced in 1948? How has medicine progressed since the Victorian times? Starting in 1871, this book takes a look at how hospitals have changed and how scientific discoveries have improved health care for all.The Past in Pictures series gives a fascinating look at life in Britain through the photographs of The National Archives. It looks at past eras; at the way rich and poor families lived, the concept of holidays and leisure time for families and how the role of men, women and children from Victorian times, through two world wars, to modern Britain, have changed.