• Usborne Beginners Science 10 Book Collection

Usborne Beginners Science 10 Book Collection

  • Publisher: Usborne Publishing
  • Product Code: B2D1823
  • Collection ISBN: 9781474929080
  • Individual ISBNs: 978140953068, 9780746074770, 9780746074497, 9780746074824, 9781409544883, 9781409565246, 9781409514244, 9780746074800, 978074608
  • Author(s): Various
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Usborne Beginners Science 10 Book Collection

Titles in Set:

  • Earthquakes & Tsunamis
  • Sun Moon and Stars
  • Living in Space
  • Storms and Hurricanes
  • Volcanoes
  • Astronomy
  • The Solar System
  • Your Body
  • Planet Earth
  • Weather

Description

Earthquakes & Tsunamis

This is a fantastic addition to the popular Beginners series, providing an informative introduction to the fascinating world of earthquakes for young readers. There are clear explanations of the science behind different types of earthquakes and their effects, including tsunamis and landslides. This title features real-life earthquakes, and describes how people are kept safe and rescued when disaster strikes. Striking colour photographs and step-by-step illustrations engage readers with the subject matter. This title is developed with a reading expert from Roehampton University to help young readers grow in confidence

Sun, Moon and Stars

What is the Sun made of? How did astronauts get to the Moon and what did they find there? For children beginning to read on their own, this book is an exciting introduction to space. Includes vivid, full colour illustrations and photographs on every page, and easy-to-read text specially written with the help of a reading expert

Living in Space

How do astronauts travel into space? Where do they live when they get there? What do they do all day? In this book you'll find the answers and lots more amazing facts about living in space. This non-fiction series aims to encourage children to access the wonder of the world around them. The easy-to-read text has been specially written with the help of a reading expert

Storms and Hurricanes

How do astronauts travel into space? Where do they live when they get there? What do they do all day? In this book you'll find the answers and lots more amazing facts about living in space. This non-fiction series aims to encourage children to access the wonder of the world around them. The easy-to-read text has been specially written with the help of a reading expert

Volcanoes

Did you know that somewhere in the world a volcano is eruptung right now? In this fascinating book you can read about amazing eruptions and find out about fiery lava rivers, deadly ash clouds, steaming springs and much more.

Astronomy

A straightforward book telling you all a beginner needs to know about the planets, stars, moons, nebulae, galaxies asteroids and more, through easy-to-read text, full-colour photographs and step-by-step visual explanations. Recommended websites accessed via Usborne Quicklinks provide further online resources.

The Solar System

What is the surface of Mars like? Why does Venus glow in the dark? How do scientists explore faraway planets? Beginner readers can find answers to these questions and more in this colourful information book.

Your Body

Have you ever wondered whats inside you? Take a tour around your amazing body and find out what your heart and lungs do, how you see and hear, where food goes and lots more.

Planet Earth

What makes planet Earth so special? It's the only planet to have anything living on it for a start. But it also has fiery volcanoes, magnificent mountains, scorching deserts and icy landscapes. Find out all about it in this fantastic book.

Weather

What makes the wind blow? How can rain sometimes be red? Why are tornadoes like vacuum cleaners? You'll find out the answers and lots more about weird and wonderful weather in this fascinating book. Usborne Beginners are colourful information books for children beginning to read on their own.

Books Deatils
Publisher Usborne Publishing
Reading Age '5-7

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