Safe Social Networking
By Anita Naik
A perfect guide to becoming safe and savvy social networkers for children aged 12+. It shows how they can make the most of social networks and dodge the pitfalls - master the privacy settings, control how much they share, and avoid peer pressure so they that have the best time online.
By Cath Senker
Big Brands offers you the chance to delve deep into the amazing stories behind the world's most iconic businesses - how they began, their successes and failures, and their impact on the global market. The series examines the human aspect of each brand - its consumers, brand developers, designers and others who work on it. Big Brands: Samsung looks at the development of the technology giant's most famous products, from the Galaxy S3 to the Samsung Smart TV, along with countless other mobile phones, computers, laptops, televisions and microchips. It explains Samsung's business plan and marketing strategy, and how it presents itself to consumers through logos and advertising campaigns. How Samsung grew from a small export business to the world's largest technology company is also looked at. 'Business Studies' features explain some key industry terms such as management and sponsorship, while 'Building the Brand' features explore the marketing of the brand, from the development of the logo to the huge impact of social media. 'Brains Behind the Brand' features focus on key people at Samsung such as Eric Kim, the head of marketing. Samsung is just one iconic company in the global marketplace. If you enjoyed this title, why not read about Amazon, McDonalds or Mojang, makers of Minecraft, in other titles in the series?
Scholars of Science
By Rob Colson
What is gravity and who discovered its laws? How does evolution work and how did Darwin work it out? Learn all about the advances in science that have expanded our understanding of Earth, our place in the living world and the workings of the Universe in STEM-gineers: Scholars of Science.STEM-gineers is an exciting 4-book series, which focuses on particular engineering or scientific challenges. You will find out about the great minds behind every featured discovery or structure and learn through hands-on projects how these great minds overcame the scientific or engineering challenges of their time. From simple experiments, to observing and recording various aspects of the world around us, this series is the perfect introduction to the exhilarating world of STEM for readers aged 9 and up.
Science and Technology
By Bob Fowke
'Who's Who in Science and Technology' contains biographies of 250 of the most important people in the history of science and technology. Written in an informal, friendly style, the book provides essential information about their lives. Aimed at children of 8-12 years, the book is easy to use, with cross references, a glossary and an index. The text is interspersed with appealing cartoon-style illustrations.Includes a huge range of biographies from physicists and deep thinkers, geographers, sailors and ship designers, engineers and architects, gods, biologists, naturalists, geniuses, chemists, doctors and bacterilologists, manufacturers, mathematicians, geologiests, artists, inventors, astronomers, ancient greeks and airmen.Expert consultant: Dr Miles Taylor of King's College, University of London.
The Science of Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials
By Mary Gribbin, John Gribbin
The amazing true science behind the fiction of His Dark Materials, ideal for fans of the original trilogy and The Book of Dust, with an introduction by Philip Pullman.Award-winning science writers Mary and John Gribbin reveal how the world of Pullman's His Dark Materials trilogy (Northern Lights, The Subtle Knife and The Amber Spyglass) is rooted in astonishing scientific truth. Drawing on string theory and spacetime, quantum physics and chaos theory, they answer fascinating questions such as: could parallel worlds like Will's and Lyra's really exist? How does the subtle knife cut through anything? Could there be a bomb like the one made with Lyra's hair? And, of course, what are the Dark Materials?
By Annabelle Lynch
Discover the wonders of the world under the sea, from colourful coral reefs to wriggly octopuses.Froglets Learners offer fun facts in accessible text, perfect for building reading confidence.
Searching for Murder Clues
By John Townsend
By Izzi Howell
Read all about seashores, where in the world you can find them, what animals and plants live there and how these are dependent on each other. Learn about food chains, seasons and what we can do to protect this important habitat.Simple quiz questions at the back help readers to remember what they've just read.
By Annabelle Lynch
Explore the sunny seaside and meet the creatures that live there, from busy crabs to colourful anemones. Tadpoles Learners are an ideal introduction to non-fiction for beginner readers, blending accessible text with big, striking photos.
By Sally Morgan
This series explores our world's fascinating cycles and brings to life the processes that keep our planet forever changing.Earth Cycles: Seasons looks at spring, summer, autumn and winter to explain why the seasons are so important and what happens to the natural world when they begin to change.
By Annabelle Lynch
Look outside. What's the weather like today? Find out how the different seasons change the world around us, from snowy winter to sunny summer. Tadpoles Learners are an ideal introduction to non-fiction for beginner readers, blending accessible text with big, striking photos.
By Peter Riley
A first science series that introduces young readers to basic science principles in a friendly and accessible way. Early scientific skills are taught through a combination of experiments, activities and key questions, designed to get young scientists thinking!Seasons explore what the different seasons are and how they change the world around us.
By Izzi Howell
A fantastic resource for children aged 6-8, the Fact Cat series makes a perfect one-stop-shop for help with homework assignments! Why do we have seasons? How are icicles made? Where do monarch butterflies fly to in autumn? Follow the seasons through the year and learn how weather and nature change in every season. Discover how the seasons affect animals, from migration and hibernation to giving birth and eating. Find out about the science behind the seasons and why trees look different throughout the year. A simple fun picture quiz helps readers to recall what they have read.
By Georgia Amson-Bradshaw
Finding out about the four seasons has never been so engaging. This book is full of exciting experiments, fun puzzles, quirky humour and science facts to make you say WOW ... it's science with a BOOM! For children progressing through Book Bands, it is suitable for reading at level 11: Lime.Why not look out for the other BOOM SCIENCE titles? This fun series for children aged 6+ explores key science topics including Electricity, Forces, Human Body, Light, Materials, Plants, Seasons and Sound.
Secrets of Animal Life Cycles
By Andrew Solway
Enter the exciting world of science and uncover some of its mysteries. In Secrets of Animal Life Cycles, find out about the different ways animals reproduce, why some animals care for their young and why some animals don't. Learn about metamorphosis, survival and what happens when animals die.Part of the series Science Secrets, these books will help children unlock the answers to lots of fascinating science questions. Hands-on experiments, with simple step-by-step instructions, support the text and allow the reader to become the scientist and test the key ideas for themselves.
Secrets of Light
By Anna Claybourne
In Secrets of Light, among other things, you will find out whether light can bend, what light is made of and how fast the speed of light actually is. You'll also find out some amazing facts about the Sun, animals that make light and how we use light in everyday life.Simple experiments throughout the book will let you test some of these discoveries for your self - are you ready to unlock some Science Secrets?Science Secrets is a series of 6 titles, aimed at KS2 readers, focussing on some of the core areas of the science curriculum.
Secrets of Heat and Cold
By Carol Ballard
In Secrets of Heat and Cold, among other things, you will find out how we measure heat, what happens at absolute zero and how heat is transferred from one place to another. You'll also find out some amazing facts about the Sun, polar animals and materials called 'superfluids' and 'superconductors'.Simple experiments throughout the book will let you test some of these discoveries for your self - are you ready to unlock some Science Secrets?Science Secrets is a series of 6 titles, aimed at KS2 readers, focussing on some of the core areas of the science curriculum.
See How They Grow: Horses and Ponies
By Kathryn Walker
An explanation of the stages in the life cycle of a horse. From birth to adulthood, we see what horses and ponies eat, where they live, the different types and their characteristics.
See How They Grow: Cat
By Kathryn Walker
An explanation of each animal is followed by a series of spreads showing a stage in the life cycle of each animal. From birth to adulthood, we see what each animal eats, where they live, the different types and their characteristics.
A Seed In Need
By Sam Godwin
Follow a tiny sunflower seed on its amazing life cycle, germinating from a seed, becoming a sunflower and shedding its own seeds. Meet some charming characters on the way including an inquisitive ladybird and snail who encourage young readers to explore this key science subject beyond the simple and accessible text. A great resource for young children learning about life cycles at KS1.