Related to: 'Design & Technology'

Franklin Watts

Spacecraft

Sally Spray
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Sally Spray
Franklin Watts

Tunnels

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Sally Spray
Franklin Watts

Bridges

Sally Spray
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Sally Spray

Follow the development of bridges, as they have grown longer and bigger, and more fantastical through engineering skill, design and ambition.Get to grips with the mind-boggling advances that have been made in engineering. Find out about awe-inspiring buildings and technology. he books in the Awesome Engineering series are filled with impactful artwork, diagrams and explanations that make the awesome feats of engineering easy to understand.Bright and bold artwork, alongside clear explanations and diagrams, guide you through a chronology of landmark engineering achievements from around the world.Perfect for readers aged 9 and up.

Franklin Watts

Trains, Planes and Ships

Sally Spray
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Sally Spray

Follow the development of trains, planes and ships, as they have grown more powerful, faster, and more fantastical through engineering skill, design and ambition.Get to grips with the mind-boggling advances that have been made in engineering. Find out about awe-inspiring buildings and technology. he books in the Awesome Engineering series are filled with impactful artwork, diagrams and explanations that make the awesome feats of engineering easy to understand.Bright and bold artwork, alongside clear explanations and diagrams, guide you through a chronology of landmark engineering achievements from around the world.Perfect for readers aged 9 and up.

Franklin Watts

How Renewable Energy Works

Geoff Barker
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Geoff Barker

Take a look at the exciting world of renewable energy and how we can use the wind, the sun or waves to create energy and power thus reducing pollution.Explore the world's most revolutionary and exciting ecological developments in Eco Works. This series for 9+ readers examines how green technology is finding inventive solutions to some of the most pressing problems facing us today. From sourcing sustainable energy and reducing our carbon footprints through to creating recycling processes and community gardens that provide our growing urban populations with green space and food, find out exactly how and why 'eco works'.

Franklin Watts

Skyscrapers

Sally Spray
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Sally Spray
Franklin Watts

Fairground Rides

Sally Spray
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Sally Spray
Franklin Watts

How a Solar-Powered Home Works

Robyn Hardyman
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Robyn Hardyman
Franklin Watts

How Carbon Footprints Work

Nick Hunter
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Nick Hunter

In this book, discover what a carbon footprint is, how we all create a carbon footprint and what we can do to reduce it. Find out why the carbon footprint of a person in a developed country is bigger than that of a person in a developing country and how you can calculate your own carbon footprint.Explore the world's most revolutionary and exciting ecological developments in Eco Works. This series for 9+ readers examines how green technology is finding inventive solutions to some of the most pressing problems facing us today. From sourcing sustainable energy and reducing our carbon footprints through to creating recycling processes and community gardens that provide our growing urban populations with green space and food, find out exactly how and why 'eco works'.

Franklin Watts

Giant Meat-Eating Dinosaurs

David West
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David West
Franklin Watts

Trains

David West
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David West
Franklin Watts

Farm Machines

David West
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David West
Franklin Watts

In the Home

Jon Richards
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Jon Richards

Have you ever wondered how we invented the objects that make our homes comfortable, like the television, the washing machine, the toaster? Learn all about the history of the objects that we cannot do without in our homes in It'll Never Work: In the Home, a book that explores the invention of household items that have become essential to our daily life and the successes and failures that have led to the comforts and entertainment that we know today.Each title in this exciting, high-interest series looks at a different area of technology and engineering and reveals the pioneering ideas and scientific thinking that enabled its development, as well as exposing those that proved to be a dead end. Each spread examines a particular example in depth, bringing in other similar ideas where relevant, and revealing that experimentation and failure often pave the way to technology success. Beautifully designed and illustrated with infographic-style artwork, this series is an excellent technology resource for readers aged 9 and up.

Franklin Watts

Buildings, Bridges and Tunnels

Jon Richards
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Jon Richards

Have you ever wondered what made human beings want to reach for the skies by building higher and higher? And how they did it? Learn all about the the history of construction in It'll Never Work: Buildings, Bridges and Tunnels, a book that explores the medieval castles, underwater hotels, tunnels under the sea and the successes and failures that have led to the building feats that we know today.Each title in this exciting, high-interest series looks at a different area of technology and engineering and reveals the pioneering ideas and scientific thinking that enabled its development, as well as exposing those that proved to be a dead end. Each spread examines a particular example in depth, bringing in other similar ideas where relevant, and revealing that experimentation and failure often pave the way to technology success. Beautifully designed and illustrated with infographic-style artwork, this series is an excellent technology resource for readers aged 9 and up.

Franklin Watts

Planes and Helicopters

Jon Richards
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Jon Richards

Have you ever wondered what made human beings think they could take to the skies? Starting with Icarus and his wax and feather wings and Leonardo Da Vinci's Flying Machine and primitive helicopter know as the Aerial Screw, It'll Never Work: Aeroplanes and Helicopters explores the history of flying machines, the successes and failures that have led to the comforts of modern passenger flight that we know today.Each title in this exciting, high-interest series looks at a different area of technology and engineering and reveals the pioneering ideas and scientific thinking that enabled its development, as well as exposing those that proved to be a dead end. Each spread examines a particular example in depth, bringing in other similar ideas where relevant, and revealing that experimentation and failure often pave the way to technology success. Beautifully designed and illustrated with infographic-style artwork, this series is an excellent technology resource for readers aged 9 and up.

Franklin Watts

Probes to the Planets

Steve Parker
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Steve Parker
Franklin Watts

Green Technology

Mike Hobbs
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Mike Hobbs

Find out what it takes to become a successful green technology innovator, from coming up with an idea all the way to launching the next big thing. Get tips from those who have succeeded and follow our challenges to join the Young Entrepreneurs Club!

Franklin Watts

How Recycling Works

Geoff Barker
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Geoff Barker
Franklin Watts

Cloning and Genetic Engineering

Nicola Barber
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Nicola Barber

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