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Trains (Usborne Beginners) by Emily Bone
A fantastic addition to the popular "Beginners" series, providing an informative introduction to the fascinating world of trains for young readers. Terrific reading practice for children who prefer fact to fiction, this is an exciting introduction to trains, covering everything from the first steam and ...Show more
Wearable Wonders: Learn How to Create Your Own Wearable Wonder! by Fifi Colston
Category: Technology | Reading Level: very good
A 'how-to' book of Wearable Art. The annual World of WearableArt show has become a NZ institution, famous the world over. Veteran WOW designer Fifi Colston shares the joys of creating wearable art from recycled materials in this fascinating 'how-to' book.
The Home Depot Build-your-own Toolbox 1-2-3! by Kimberly Weinberger
This simple step-by-step guide teaches young readers how to construct their very own toolbox while teaching basic building skills ranging from collecting necessary materials to learning important safety precautions. Full-color illustrations.
Wheels and Axles by Michael Dahl
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A series of books that introduces simple machines and how they work. Full-colour photographs illustrate how we use these machines in our everyday lives. Each spread comprises a descriptive photograph plus clear, easy-to-understand text to interest the young reader in basic physics. New words are set in ...Show more
20th Century Science: 1940-60 the Nuclear Age by Steve Parker
A series concentrating on the advances in science and technology in the 20th century, this title looks at the nuclear age. It explains the how technologies developed and puts each invention or discovery in its historical and social context with a discussion of how it affected peoples' lives.
Bridges by Chris Oxlade
A study of bridges. It is part of a series which explores large structures, and the materials and technology behind their construction. Drawing on examples from around the world, it provides material supporting Key Stage 2 requirements for design and technology, science and geography.
Log Onto Computers: Computers All Around Us by Jim Drake
"Log on to Computers" introduces early readers to the exciting world of computers and considers the role of technology in their everyday lives.
Essential Energy: Energy Transfer by Robert Snedden
An exploration of the role of energy transfer in the world today. It covers its uses, how fuels were formed, how they were discovered, and how their use is changing. It also examines how energy can be transformed from one state to another and the conservation of energy.
Fabric Types by Hazel King
Closely following the GCSE syllabus for Textiles Technology and Art, this volume covers the manufacture, uses and care of different fibre and fabric types. It features case studies, interviews, fact boxes and numerous photographs and diagrams.
Great Inventions: Communications by Brian Williams
A look at key inventions in the area of communications. It follows the development and progression of inventions in this area, and discusses life before the inventions, their impact, key players, and their mistakes and successes. There are biographies of key people and "how it works" diagrams.