All reviews tagged with Siobhán Morrissey

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Life: The First Four Billion Years

From the author of Can we Save the Tiger?, Exploring Space, and the Kate Greenaway award-winning adaptation of Gulliver’s Travels, this book tells the story of the universe: how it began, how the Milky Way was formed and how Earth and the other planets that make up our galaxy came into being. Life, The First…

Music: The Definitive Visual History

Music: The Definitive Visual History is DK’s newest volume in their series of encyclopaedias. From flutes made of vultures’ wing bones, to modern electric guitars, this beautifully illustrated reference book charts the evolution of music and musical instruments from the Stone Age to the present day. Within this volume, discover which composer began writing minuets…

Power to the Princess

Power to the Princess: 15 Favourite Fairytales Retold with Girl Power is a modernised retelling of classic fairy tales. Cinderella, Aurora, Snow White and all the other princesses in this collection are multi-national and multi-talented. They are powerful, independent, and intelligent, and entirely different to the princesses you’ve possibly encountered or read about before! Murrow…

Science is Magic

Steve Mould, the physicist, comedian and popular YouTuber, brings his expertise and humour to a new book which demystifies the magic of magic tricks. In Science is Magic, not only is the science behind the impressive magic tricks explained, but Steve also teaches readers how to re-create these awe-inspiring tricks themselves, using common household items.…

Secret Science: The Amazing World Beyond Your Eyes

Dara Ó Briain, the intelligent and brilliantly funny author of Beyond the Sky, has written a second book for children called Secret Science. In Beyond the Sky, the mysteries of the universe were explored. In Secret Science, Ó Briain turns his attention to the amazing world of our everyday lives. The book explains all of…

Think Big!

Humpty Dumpty has a bit of a dilemma: he wants to be a boiled egg when he grows up, but his friends think this is an utterly ridiculous idea. Jack Be Nimble and Little Miss Muffet and even the Incey Wincey Spider offer alternative, more sensible career options. Why not an artist? A detective? A…



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