• History & the past: general interest (Children's/YA)
      August 2016

      The Reformation

      by Enzo George

      Primary Sources in World History introduces readers to key times in history by exploring objects, buildings, documents, texts and artworks from the period. Each source is illustrated, accompanied by text that explains what it tells historians about how

    • Reference works (Children's/YA)

      Politics and Democracy

      by Tim Cooke

      What is a country? Why do we vote? When was money invented? This fascinating series asks and answers some big questions about the ideas that shape our world. A witty design and colourful infographics help bring each topic to life. Each book provides a

    • Science & technology: general interest (Children's/YA)
      January 2016

      Transportation Technology

      by Tim Harris

      The revolution in Transportation Technology has changed our world. This book outlines the science behind the way ships, planes, trains, and automobiles move, as well as how people can survive for short periods underwater. There are diagrams, historic p

    • Educational: History
      August 2016

      The Middle Ages

      by Enzo George

      Primary Sources in World History introduces readers to key times in history by exploring objects, buildings, documents, texts and artworks from the period. Each source is illustrated, accompanied by text that explains what it tells historians about how pe

    • Educational: History
      August 2016

      The Renaissance

      by Enzo George

      Primary Sources in World History introduces readers to key times in history by exploring objects, buildings, documents, texts and artworks from the period. Each source is illustrated, accompanied by text that explains what it tells historians about how pe

    • Educational: History
      August 2016

      The Age of Exploration

      by Enzo George

      Primary Sources in World History introduces readers to key times in history by exploring objects, buildings, documents, texts and artworks from the period. Each source is illustrated, accompanied by text that explains what it tells historians about how pe

    • Educational: History
      August 2016

      The Industrial Revolution

      by Enzo George

      Primary Sources in World History introduces readers to key times in history by exploring objects, buildings, documents, texts and artworks from the period. Each source is illustrated, accompanied by text that explains what it tells historians about how pe

    • Educational: History
      August 2016

      The Modern Age

      by Enzo George

      Primary Sources in World History introduces readers to key times in history by exploring objects, buildings, documents, texts and artworks from the period. Each source is illustrated, accompanied by text that explains what it tells historians about how pe

    • Science & technology: general interest (Children's/YA)
      January 2016

      The Animal Kingdom

      by Tim Harris

      Fish, birds, amphibians and reptiles, and land and sea mammals are explored in this fascinating look at the diverse creatures with which we share our planet. There are diagrams of different life forms, photos of animals in action, and sidebars and fact bo

    • Science & technology: general interest (Children's/YA)
      January 2016

      Earth Science

      by Tim Harris

      Earth Science uses geography and geology to outline the way our planet works. There is a diagram of the Earth's layers and another showing why we have seasons. The causes of the forces of nature are outlined, as are the effects those forces have on water

    • Science & technology: general interest (Children's/YA)
      January 2016

      Life Science

      by Tim Harris

      Life Science introduces students to the ways humans, plants, and animals are created, and how living things exist on our planet. There are diagrams of parts of the human brain and body, as well as of simpler life forms. Fact boxes spell out the basics of

    • Science & technology: general interest (Children's/YA)
      January 2016

      Physical Science

      by Tim Harris

      Physical Science introduces students to non-living systems and teaches them how things move. There are chapters on chemicals and materials, and on forces, energy, and different kinds of waves. Diagrams, sidebars, and fact boxes provide important details.

    • Educational: Sciences, general science
      January 2016

      Space Science

      by Tim Harris

      Space Science describes the world outside of ours. It includes a map of the planets, a description of the beginning of the universe, and fact boxes and sidebars on the sun, other stars, the planets, and other topics. It outlines the history of our study o

    • Reference works (Children's/YA)

      Money and Trade

      by Tim Cooke

      What is a country? Why do we vote? When was money invented? This fascinating series asks and answers some big questions about the ideas that shape our world. A witty design and colourful infographics help bring each topic to life. Each book provides a sna

    • Reference works (Children's/YA)

      Knowledge and Education

      by Tim Cooke

      What is a country? Why do we vote? When was money invented? This fascinating series asks and answers some big questions about the ideas that shape our world. A witty design and colourful infographics help bring each topic to life. Each book provides a sna

    • Reference works (Children's/YA)

      Nations and Nationality

      by Tim Cooke

      What is a country? Why do we vote? When was money invented? This fascinating series asks and answers some big questions about the ideas that shape our world. A witty design and colourful infographics help bring each topic to life. Each book provides a sna

    • Reference works (Children's/YA)

      Society and Social Organization

      by Tim Cooke

      What is a country? Why do we vote? When was money invented? This fascinating series asks and answers some big questions about the ideas that shape our world. A witty design and colourful infographics help bring each topic to life. Each book provides a sna

    • Reference works (Children's/YA)

      Human Rights

      by Tim Cooke

      What is a country? Why do we vote? When was money invented? This fascinating series asks and answers some big questions about the ideas that shape our world. A witty design and colourful infographics help bring each topic to life. Each book provides a sna

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