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  • Submarines

    By Andrew Langley
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    Andrew Langley
    Written and designed for the young reader, an introductory to Machines On the Move . This eight book series explores a wide range of fascinating machines through clear explanatory text supported by superb colour photographs and illustrations
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  • Snakes

    By Paul Harrison
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    Paul Harrison
    This high interest series presents fascinating facts on favourite topics alongside powerful photos
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  • Sound and Hearing

    By Angela Royston
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    Angela Royston
    This book looks at the simple idea of sound and hearing with examples from within children's own experience.
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  • Solving Crimes from the Past

    By Richard Spilsbury
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    Richard Spilsbury
    Explores the popular subject of forensic science in a way that supports the science curriculum and encourages reading
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  • Solving Crimes in the Lab

    By Carol Ballard
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    Carol Ballard
    Explores the popular subject of forensic science in a way that supports the science curriculum and encourages reading
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  • Strawberries

    By Helen Lanz
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    Helen Lanz
    It's simple to grow your own strawberries! In this series find out:what equipment you will needhow to grow a healthy plantabout the science in growing plants.You can also find useful tips, nutrition facts and a recipe.
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  • Stock Cars

    By Paul Mason
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    Paul Mason
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  • Spooky House

    By Chris Mould
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    Chris Mould
    Beyond the rickety gates at 76 Pumpkin Lane lies Tombstone Hall - a pop-up haunted house! Read the spine-tingling story, play with the gruesome characters and discover ten terrifying rooms brought to life with pops and flaps.
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  • Smell

    By Mandy Suhr, Mike Gordon
    Authors:
    Mandy Suhr
    Illustrated by:
    Mike Gordon
    One of a series covering all the senses and based on the requirements of the Key Stage One science curriculum, 'Smell' begins by examining different types of smell and moves on to look at how we smell things. It also looks at how smell and taste work together, animals and smell and smell as a warning sign. The illustrations and examples refer to a child's likely everyday experiences so making the information accessible to the youngest readers. Notes for parents and teachers include suggestions for learning activities that reinforce the information in the book. The book also includes a list of further reading and resources. Mike Gordon is a highly successful illustrator whose work for Wayland has established a respected information books brand.
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  • A Seed In Need

    By Sam Godwin
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    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.
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