Usborne 100 Things to Know Collection 5 Books by Alex Frith, Jerome Martin & Alice James - Age 5-7 - Hardback
Titles in this Set:
- 100 Things to Know About Space
- 100 Things to Know About the Human Body
- 100 Things to Know About Science
- 100 Things to Know About Planet Earth
- 100 Things to Know About Numbers, Computers & Coding
100 Things to Know About Space
A fun and informative book packed with 100 fascinating things to know about space, from how to escape a black hole to why astronauts learn wilderness survival skills. With bright, infographic-style illustrations, detailed facts on every page, a glossary and index, and internet links to specially selected websites for more information.
100 Things to Know About the Human Body
Did you know you cry two types of tears? And up to 30 trillion red blood cells pass through your heart in a minute? With colourful, infographic-style illustrations this informative book is packed with surprising facts and useful information on exactly 100 topics about the human body. A useful reference book for home, school and general knowledge quizzes.
100 Things to Know About Science
Science is a huge topic, but this friendly book breaks it down into bite-sized chunks, making it an accessible introduction for anyone who wants to find out about this fascinating subject. Highly illustrated, in a pictorial, 'infographics' style, with snippets of information about all aspects of science from particle physics to genes and DNA.
100 Things to Know About Planet Earth
Did you know that rain sometimes falls red? Or that the equivalent of one truckload of plastic is dumped in our oceans every minute? This visually stunning book is filled with 100 fascinating facts, bright, infographic illustrations, information on ways we can help our planet and links to specially selected websites to find out more.
100 Things to Know About Numbers, Computers & Coding
Did you know there's a single spot on your brain that recognizes numbers? Or that the first computer bugs were actual insects and that most of the internet is under water?