Killer Plants and Other Green Gunk
By Anna Claybourne
Quirky, colourful guides to the horrible, shocking and disgusting aspects of science
Killer Plants investigates all things green and gross, from insect-eating pitcher plants to giant lilies that smell of rotting corpses.
Disgusting and Dreadful Science features a look at the weird, revolting and shocking aspects of science for children at KS2. From plants and life cycles to the human body and animal adaptations, the books offer fascinating facts, fun examples and true-life stories to provide ways in to understanding solid scientific principles. Perfect for readers aged 9 and up.
Anna Claybourne has written over 150 children's books on all kinds of subjects, from sharks, black holes and splitting the atom to how to draw, Shakespeare's life, and Greek myths and legends. She knows a lot about conservation in the rain forests of Costa Rica as she once volunteered there for threw months. She likes space, sewing and music, plays the trombone and loves going camping.
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26 Oct 2017
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Enjoyable introduction to the subject of gravity. This will make an attractive acquisition for introductory science. — School Librarian
Anna Claybourne is a prolific author of non fiction for children and she knows just the right level to pitch the text and to make it interesting — Parents In Touch