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Where in the world is it?

Advantages: Just the right amount of information
Disadvantages: none for the appropriate aged child

Usborne Children's Picture Atlas Another well thumbed Usborne book, offering lots of information and good value. THE BOOK The book itself is divided into double page spreads covering: The Universe; What Are Maps?; Countries and Cities; People; ...

danielalong 10.02.2007 · Read full review
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The World through a Child's Eye

Advantages: Educational, Colorful, Great for Kids
Disadvantages: Can be a little on the basic side

...For those of you who are familar with Usborne books you will aware at how great they and enjoyable for children and parents alike. For those of you who haven't come across the company here's a bit of spiel to enlighten you. ***** Usborne Publishing ** ...

hammd1974 05.02.2007 · Read full review
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Advantages: Lovely book, full of information
Disadvantages: Tends to come off the shelf a little too frequently...

Overview If you know kids, you'll know that once they find a book they like... you could be reading it for weeks or months! They love this at bedtime... its truly colourful for my little 3 year old with some lovely pictures, graphics and a real 'usb ...

oscarto 11.05.2009 · Read full review
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Double Science has never been such fun!

Advantages: Fascinating, written in a creative, engaging style
Disadvantages: Gruesome even by Horrible Science standards

Nick Arnold presents more “science with the squishy bits left in” and it doesn’t get ‘squishier’ than this with two particularly gruesome subjects in one volume. With his characteristic blend of humour, silliness and attention to gory detail, Nick Arnold ...

moistbabe 15.12.2011 · Read full review
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Review of Horrible Science: Deadly Diseases and Microscopic Monsters - Nick Arnold

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The Horribly Amazing Human Body

Advantages: Makes a complex subject interesting and fun
Disadvantages: Not for the squeamish

Nick Arnold is back with another helping of “Science with the squishy bits left in”, this time turning his attention to how the human body works. With a characteristic focus on the squelching, gurgling and gruesome aspects of bodily functions, Arnold h ...

moistbabe 17.02.2012 · Read full review
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Review of Horrible Science: Blood, Bones and Body Bits - Nick Arnold

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