Science with the squishy bits left in| Space, Stars and Slimy Aliens is off on another planet| Are you spaced-out to discover: which astronomers killed people? why space makes the guts explode? what the moon smells like? If you think you can stomach the sick side of Science, then read on as we blast int ...Show more
Is maths making you miserable? Do you ever feel you're one gram short of a kilo? Find out why a horse needs hands and how measurements can defeat an alien invasion from the Planet Zog. Meanwhile, Dolly Snowlips despairs as the gangsters get their maths wrong yet again.
It's history with the nasty bits left in! Want to know: Which Chinese emperor was overthrown by his mum? Why one revolution made ugly people very scared indeed? What Count Dracula was really like? You can find out about the gruesome guillotine in the French Revolution, meet the legendary leaders like Le ...Show more
It's history with the nasty bits left in! Want to know: Why the nutty knight chopped off his own finger? The revolting truth about a gong-farmer's job? What went on in the gruesome castle garderobes? Read on and find out about dreadful dungeons, cruel crusaders, ghastly ghosts that haunt creepy British ...Show more
Fame Files series. In "Inventors and Scientists" discover what it's like to be a nutty professor - the hours in a dark lab, the work with germs, flying machines, lightning and radiation - and the fact that many of the brainy people in this book were told they were dummies at school! Reading age 8 years ...Show more
Is maths making you miserable? Are you frazzled by fractions and alarmed by averages? Don't panic. Help is at hand in "The Mean and Vulgar Bits". Find out how fractions can save you from the toxic mutant fish of fastbuck and travel to Planet Mean to discover how averages can be revolting.
Damp wet rainforests and bone-dry deserts are nicely juxtaposed in this third bind-up in the Horrible Geography series
There's more to lakes than meets the eye, as Monster Lakes reveals... In tried and tested Horrible Geography fashion the reader is taken through the physical geography of the different ways lakes form (whether it's from volcanos, plate movement, glaciers or the classic 'oxbow' lakes) and where they ...Show more
Fame Files series, reading age 8 years and over. In "Adventurers and Explorers" find out about the ups and downs of an adventurous life - the rewards, the glory, the treasure, the imprisonments, getting scurvy, beheadings and being eaten by dingoes. Thank goodness you can read about it all from the safe ...Show more
Continuing our Horrible Science paperback bind-up programme, this title brings together two popular subjects in the physics strand of the series. In Fatal Forces readers will find out what keeps the moon in the sky and what happens when an apple smacks a scientist on the bonce! In The Fight for Flight y ...Show more
Science with twice the squishy bits! Want to know: what would make the worst stink bomb ever? why dead people need a haircut? Blood, Bones and Body Bits will get right under your skin! Test the theories of your own brain power and learn how to diagnose deadly diseases. Chemical Chaos could make your bra ...Show more