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Amazing Treasures by David Long David; MUTI
Category: New Books
Discover 100 of the world's most extraordinary man made and natural treasures, objects and places Discover 100 of the world's most remarkable artefacts, most stunning artworks and most intriguing ruins in this beautifully illustrated book about Earth's treasures.Treasures both natural and manmade make a ...Show more
Discover Nanotechnology by Lisa J. Amstutz
Category: Junior Non Fiction | Series: Searchlight Books (tm) -- What's Cool about Science? Ser.
Audisee® eBooks with Audio combine professional narration and text highlighting to engage reluctant readers! Did you know that scientists are able to build with atoms, the smallest building blocks of the universe? Advanced devices, materials, and computers are three areas in which nanotechnology is chan ...Show more
From Leather to Basketball Shoes (Start to Finish) by Robin Nelson
How are basketball shoes made to fit every shoe size? Find out in this book that guides readers through the manufacturing process from cutting the leather to inspecting the finished product.
Telephones and Mobiles (Technology Timelines) by Tom Jackson
From early forms of communication, such as the telegraph, and morse code to today's super-fast communications through the internet, trace the evolution of technology's developments in all things telephone-related. A host of communication devices and telephones technologies, such as how wires are used an ...Show more
From Plastic to Soccer Ball (Start to Finish) by Robin Nelson
Audisee® eBooks with Audio combine professional narration and text highlighting to engage reluctant readers! How does a sheet of plastic become a soccer ball? Follow each step in the process--from strengthening the plastic to boxing up a brand new ball--in this fascinating book!
Eco Works: How Recycling Works by Geoff Barker
Discover the exciting world of recycling, how it works and how we can reuse the materials we recycle to give them a second life. From paper and glass to food and household water, learn about the energy that can be created from waste.Explore the world's most revolutionary and exciting ecological developm ...Show more
Bionic Limbs by Holly Duhig
Ages 9 to 12 yearsDo you lose yourself in daydreams about invisibility cloaks, tractor beams and replicators? Do you wish that you could have been born a few hundred years later, when all of these things are a reality? This series explores the real-life science behind some of our favourite science ficti ...Show more
Discover Drones by Douglas Hustad
Drones seem to be everywhere. But what is the difference between drones used in the military and those used in civilian life? Learn about the types of drones in use today and how drones will change the world.
Tunnels (Awesome Engineering) by Spray Sally
A guide to landmark achievements in engineering Follow the developments of tunnels, as they have gone deeper underground, have travelled further and helped us transport people, energy and goods through engineering skill, design and ambition. Get to grips with the mind-boggling advances that have been ...Show more
Life Cycles: Fish by Kaite Goldsworthy
Did you know that adult salmon return to the river where they were born to reproduce? Scientists have found that some salmon travel nearly 2,000 miles (3,200 kilometres) to reach their destination. Discover more fascinating facts in Fish, a Life Cycles book. Each book in this series explores the various ...Show more