From the medical student and biology enthusiast to the graphic designer and artist: this life-size model gives everyone access to an age-old classic of scientific illustration. Simply fold the precut pieces (no need for scissors or glue!) to build this human skeleton, complete with anatomical labels..
This highly visual series provides younger children with first facts and pictures abour their favourite subjects. Each spread presents a new topic and is accompanied by simple text and realistic, detailed illustrations...
35 step-by-step activities to inform children about the workings of the human body.This fascinating and informative book offers children an amazing insight into how their body works. Susan Akass and Frances Butcher make learning fun with 35 engaging experiments that give a thorough understanding of ..
On the Origin of Species is a book that changed the way we think about the development of life on earth. The author's controversial theory of natural selection, or survival of the fittest, would make him internationally famous and put the issue of evolution at the centre of a fierce debate which sti..
A Wall Street Journal 10 Best Nonfiction Book of the Year "Among a small cluster of very good recent books on cancer." --The New York TimesPhiladelphia, 1959: A scientist scrutinizing a single human cell under a microscope detects a missing piece of DNA. That scientist, David Hungerford, had no way ..
This new addition to New Holland's popular pocket Photographic Guide series showcases the flowers that add so much to the attractions of walking in New Zealand's alpine zone. The ideal size for slipping into a backpack when tramping, it will appeal to walkers, nature lovers, tour guides and educator..
This new addition to a popular series recognises the fact that New Zealand is a fascinating arena of study for anyone with an interest in insect life, be it casual or academic. The country's long isolation from other land masses has led to a flowering of remarkable species including the world's heav..
From around the world, 50 amazing but true stories of unlikely animal bonds between species that seem to prove, once and for all, that even the wildest of animals are truly capable of feeling love and friendship...