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by Angela Royston


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I’m interested in science because it helps us to understand the world

I’m interested in science because it helps us to understand the world. I enjoy finding out about new things and then working out how to write about them in a way that is both clear (and accurate) but which also conveys my own excitement and interest. I particularly like writing books that are fun, and I have been lucky to have had so many chances to do s Here is some brief information about myself. I’m interested in science because it helps us to understand the world.

Questions and answers introduce the human body and how it works. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Angela Royston (Author).

How can a screw lift a heavy car? What is a propeller for? Screws have been sued for over 2,000 years as a simple machine. Select Format: Paperback.

One of a series of picture-books with a question-and-answer format. The topics move from the child's immediate surroundings - the body and everyday things in and around the home - into the wider world. This book focuses on the human body, and includes projects involving things to make and do. Product Identifiers.

PreSchool-Grade 2- Two books that use & series (Knopf) style and format and simplify it for younger children. Both juxtapose exterior photographs of their subjects with cross-section drawings of their interiors. My Body is an excellent elementary introduction to anatomy. Its simple text provides concise information while the photos and drawings offer much more. Skin, head, eyes, ears, chest, stomach, legs and arms, and hands are all included

Angela Royston, R. Shone. Focusing on the body and how it works, this text is part of a new series of picture information books which take an imaginative approach to the traditional question/answer format.

Angela Royston, R. Accompanying the text are "did you know" boxes, fact boxes and eight project boxes covering the main questions and issues about the topic. The topics featured in this series are targetted for the 7-11 age group, and examine a child's immediate surroundings, as well as outer space.

Screws are one kind of simple machines. They have a corkscrew-shaped ridge, known as a thread, wrapped around a cylinder. The head is specially shaped to allow a screwdriver or wrench to grip the screw when driving it in. The most common uses of screws are to hold objects together - such as wood - and to position objects. Often screws have a head on one end of the screw that allows it to be turned. The head is usually larger than the body of the screw. The cylindrical portion of the screw from the underside of the head to the tip is called the shank

This book really should be called "How Is MILK Chocolate Made?" It describes the process of making chocolate but states throughout the book that it has to be made with milk (which is completely inaccurate).

This book really should be called "How Is MILK Chocolate Made?" It describes the process of making chocolate but states throughout the book that it has to be made with milk (which is completely inaccurate).

Angela Royston (author), Gerald Hawksley (author). It includes simple explanations of how to read maps, how their keys work, and understanding the compass points. You can take a trip around the world without even leaving your home or classroom. You can spot the Statue of Liberty in New York. You can find out which is the smallest country on Earth. You can learn what is so special about the Dead Sea. It also includes fact boxes and illustrated symbols that tell you all you need to know

How It Works, the magazine that explains everything you never knew you wanted to know about the world we live in. Loaded with fully illustrated guides and expert knowledge, and with sections dedicated to science, technology, transportation, space, history and the environment, no subject.

How It Works, the magazine that explains everything you never knew you wanted to know about the world we live in. Loaded with fully illustrated guides and expert knowledge, and with sections dedicated to science, technology, transportation, space, history and the environment, no subject is too big or small for How It Works to explain.

An exploration of screws and how they work. It is part of a series which examines everyday and high-tech uses of technology in machines with which children will be familiar. It features a mixture of practical and mental activities to reinforce learning.
How it Works: Screws download epub
Science Nature & How It Works
Author: Angela Royston
ISBN: 0431017441
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Science Nature & How It Works
Language: English
Publisher: Heinemann Library (November 1, 2000)
Pages: 32 pages