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Maths Made Easy? Yes Yes Yes!

Advantages: Age appropriate, great layout, lots of repetition, good mix of counting and drawing exercises
Disadvantages: Would like the numbers in double digits to not be on shared page

Now that I have both of my children in primary school, Iím beginning to realise how much work these poor little things have to do. The days of constant running around and playing in nursery are firmly done and dusted for both of them. Now the amount of pl ...

Chippytarka 08.04.2016 ∑ Read full review
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Review of Maths Made Easy Preschool Ages 3-5 Numbers - Carol Vorderman

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Where it all Originated from (in theory)

Advantages: Highly readable and informative
Disadvantages: none - don't be scared!

The Origin of Species by Charles Darwin I was surprised having just completed the book that no-one has tackled a review of this title here before, so asking Ciao! To add it to the catalogue and several drafts later, here are my thoughts of Darwinís tome ...

LiveMusicLoverLyn 02.03.2015 ∑ Read full review
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Review of The Origin of Species, 1998 - Charles Darwin

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Naturally select this book

Advantages: intersteing, informative, intellectually stimulating
Disadvantages: uses jargon, a bit unaccesible for people who haven't studied biology

...Really interesting and informative book. At the time it was first published, 'The Origin of Species' tore the world into debate. For some, it still has that effect even today. 'The Origin of Species' explains the theory of evolution. On a trip to the Gala ...

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Science Made Fun

Advantages: Easy to dip in and out of, entertaining read
Disadvantages: Some of the answers are a little dull

'Why Don't Penguins' Feet Freeze?' is a follow-up to the best-selling New Scientist publication 'Does Anything Eat Wasps?' I have to confess I haven't read the previous publication so can't give any personal feedback on how the two books compare but, from ...

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Review of Why Don't Penguins' Feet Freeze? And 114 Other Questions - Mick O'Hare

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Frozen feet failed to warm any interest.

Advantages: Collection of facts(providing you find them interesting)
Disadvantages: Too many answers based on just opinion

I was looking for a little light reading recently to help me pass half an hour or so, as I skimmed my bookshelf I passed my usual favourites from the Dragonlance series of fantasy novels, passed all my mythological books and even my trashy romance novels ...

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Review of Why Don't Penguins' Feet Freeze? And 114 Other Questions - Mick O'Hare

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