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Author Spotlight with Graham Marks

Jane Simmons

Jane Simmons is a uniquely talented award-winning illustrator and author, and the creator of some of our best-loved children’s books. Here she talks to Graham Marks about boats, motorbikes and making a mess, as well as her words, her art and her latest picture book, Lily Gets Lost.

Franklin Watts

Space

Angela Royston
Authors:
Angela Royston

Planet Earth is surrounded by huge, dark space. Discover the wonders of space, from the Sun, moon and stars to space travel. Discover the facts and Share the learning in these fun books.A series of differentiated text books on topics that children really want to read about. The lower level text is ideal for emerging readers and the higher level text will suit more able readers. The large, square format encourages sharing, and spectacular photos are featured on every page. Perfect for readers aged 4 and up.

Franklin Watts

Human and Animal Bodies

Angela Royston
Authors:
Angela Royston
Franklin Watts

Extreme Habitats and Biomes

Angela Royston
Authors:
Angela Royston

Some parts of Earth are ideal for living things. Other parts are extremely difficult, and only exceptional plants, animals and microorganisms can survive there. This book looks at how plants and animals survive in some of the most extreme biomes and habitats on Earth. Find out about plants that give live in acid bogs, how plants and animals survive in the desert and what came back to life after being trapped in ice for tens of thousands of years.The Savage Nature series explores life science and life on Earth at its most extreme, from the fight for survival from birth to death through to the way that organisms have adapted to survive in extreme habitats. The series offers high-interest, engaging information, fascinating fact boxes and an in-depth exploration of the most exciting aspects of life science. A high-interest look at the natural world for children aged 9+.The Savage Nature series explores life science and life on Earth at its most extreme, from the fight for survival from birth to death through to the way that organisms have adapted to survive in extreme habitats. The series offers high-interest, engaging information, fascinating fact boxes and an in-depth exploration of the most exciting aspects of life science. A high-interest look at the natural world for children aged 9+.

Franklin Watts

Skin Deep: The Business of Beauty

Angela Royston
Authors:
Angela Royston
Franklin Watts

Bones and Muscles

Angela Royston
Authors:
Angela Royston

Your body is truly amazing - in this book find out what's going on under your skin from your skeleton that is the frame of your body to the muscles that move your bones. The book is perfect for children aged 7+ who are studying science and the human body. The book is part of the series 'Your body - inside and out' in which photographs and artwork combine to show you how your body works - both inside and out!

Franklin Watts

Planet Earth

Angela Royston
Authors:
Angela Royston
Franklin Watts

Seaside

Angela Royston
Authors:
Angela Royston

Everybody loves the seaside! Find out what you can see and do on a trip to the seaside, and discover all the amazing animals that live there.A series of differentiated text books on topics that children really want to read about. The lower level text is ideal for emerging readers and the higher level text will suit more able readers. The large, square format encourages sharing, and spectacular photos are featured on every page.

Franklin Watts

Speedy Science

Angela Royston
Authors:
Angela Royston

Speedy Science is a book which is packed with fun science experiments children can do in minutes, using everyday things at home or school. The book covers all areas of Science from life on earth to physical science and include explanations as to why what happened ... happened! Topics include: plants, animals and humans, living things, sound, states of matter, materials, habitats, electricity, Earth and space, forces, magnets, habitats and light. Follow the step-by-step instructions and then work out what happened just like a real scientist.The book encourages children to understand science while having fun.

Wayland

What Happens When an Ice Cap Melts?

Angela Royston
Authors:
Angela Royston
Franklin Watts

Experiments With a Lemon

Angela Royston
Authors:
Angela Royston

It's amazing how many experiments you can do with a lemon! This book features lots of exciting experiments including planting seeds, making a fizz in a cup, blowing up a balloon, writing secret messages and using a lemon to make a battery.It is part of the series 'One-stop science' which features simple experiments using everyday objects. Each book includes step-by-step photographs and explanations behind the science.

Wayland

Space

Angela Royston
Authors:
Angela Royston
Franklin Watts

Pets

Angela Royston
Authors:
Angela Royston
Wayland

The Tudors

Angela Royston
Authors:
Angela Royston
Wayland

The Victorians

Angela Royston
Authors:
Angela Royston
Franklin Watts

Nuclear Accident

Angela Royston
Authors:
Angela Royston

Find out how people react and rebuild their lives and the environment when Nuclear Accidents occur and what communities and the emergency services do in response.

Franklin Watts

Hurricanes!

Angela Royston
Authors:
Angela Royston
Wayland

Push and Pull

Angela Royston
Authors:
Angela Royston
Wayland

Light and Dark

Angela Royston
Authors:
Angela Royston

This book looks at the simple idea of light and dark with examples from within children's own experience.

Wayland

Sound and Hearing

Angela Royston
Authors:
Angela Royston
Franklin Watts

How's Your Health: Nits and Headlice

Angela Royston
Authors:
Angela Royston

Looks at everyday health conditions and explains how children can look after themselves and others