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    What is an Archaeologist? (L3) (National Geographic Readers)

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    In this Level 3 reader, learn all about how archaeologists unearth history, from Egyptian pyramids to Incan roads, and everything in between.

    How Everything Works

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    Featuring the stunning illustrations of James Gulliver Hancock, Lonely Planet Kids' How Everything Works will take a close-up look at the world around us to examine well-known, everyday environments and reveal how all the various objects and machines found there operate. Lift-the-flaps to discover how the ordinary can become extraordinary!

    An Engineer Like Me

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    Discover how planes stay up in the air and roller coasters do loop-the-loops in this brilliant picture book designed to unlock a love of engineering - written by engineer and TV presenter Dr Shini Somara.

    Horrible Histories: Cruel Kings and Mean Queens

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    Readers can discover all the foul facts about CRUEL KINGS AND MEAN QUEENS, including which king died after falling off the toilet, why people thought King John was a werewolf and why Queen Anne's feet were covered in garlic. With a striking newspaper look throughout!

    Full of Life: Exploring Earth's Biodiversity

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    Science meets design in this graphically stunning introductory tour of Earth's amazing biodiversity

    Around the World in 80 Inventions

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    80 inventions from around the world

    This Book Thinks You're an Inventor

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    A creative fill-in book conceived with the Science Museum to encourage children to think like an inventor by questioning everything and dreaming up new ideas.

    Experiment with Engineering

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    In Experiment with Engineering, you can take science out of the lab and into your home with this book of fun and engineering experiments to try!

    Children's Non-Fiction and Reference