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Dunk Your Biscuit Horizontally

Authors: Rik Kuiper, Tonie Mudde

Publisher: Summersdale (2010)

Always dunk your biscuit horizontally Drinking beer is good for the environment A wig is safer than a cycling helmet Based on international scientific research but presented in a tongue-in-cheek style, Curious Science reveals startling truths guaranteed to change your life or at least make you popular at dinner parties. Fascinating and often hilarious, it will open your eyes to the quirky science behind our everyday lives. Discover the best time of day to be operated on, how kissing is good for hay fever, how to appear more intelligent effortlessly plus many other tips for work and home, for eating and drinking and for a better love life.

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Edexcel Gcse Science - Science Student Book

Author: Mark Levesley

Publisher: Pearson Education (2011)

Edexcel's own resources for the CCSE specifications Developed alongside the new specifications and written by an expert team of authors and senior examiners, our comprehensive suite of resources provides you with in-depth support and guidance for the Edexcel CCSE Science 2011 specifications. - A comprehensive range of exam practice materials to help you before you sit the exam, including pages of practice exam questions and exemplar student responses. - Extensive support for controlled assessment, to ensure the best preparation for this part of the course. - Fully differentiated, high-quality materials that allow everyone to reach their potential. - Learning outcomes highlighted on each spread so you know how to prepare for your exams.

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Evolution A Very Short Introduction

Authors: Brian Charlesworth, Deborah Charlesworth

Publisher: Oxford University Press (2007)

Less than 450 years ago, all European scholars believed that the Earth was at the centre of a Universe that was at most a few million miles in extent, and that the planets, sun, and stars all rotated around this centre. Less than 250 years ago, they believed that the Universe was created essentially in its present state about 6000 years ago. Even less than 150 years ago, the view that living species were the result of special creation by God was still dominant. The recognition by Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace of the mechanism of evolution by natural selection has completely transformed our understanding of the living world, including our own origins.

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Evolve Or Die

Authors: Tony De Saulles, Phil Gates

Part of a series: Horrible Science

Publisher: Scholastic (2011)

Horrible science Science with the squishy bits left in! Why are mutating mosquitoes man’s worst enemy? Which dinosaurs let loose some deafening farts? Why do rabbits eat their own poo? Get the awful answers in evolve or die!

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Exploring Science How Science Works 8

Authors: Mark Levesley, Penny Johnson, Steve Gray

Publisher: Pearson Longman (2008)

Let the number one science course help you deliver success for every pupil Series Editor: Mark Levesley Progress for every pupil - Exploring Science: How Science Works offers a vast choice of rich resources differentiated to four ability levels, designed to cater for a range of teaching and learning styles. Flexibility to personalise - with everything you need to start teaching the revised curriculum across a 3- or 2-year Key Stage 3. Every topic comes with a wealth of activity suggestions, so you can personalise each lesson for every class. Unrivalled support for embedding How Science Works - with each unit built around a real-world theme and special How Science Works pages, questions and features integrated throughout, this new edition of Exploring Science has been designed around the new Programme of Study AND the new Framework.

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Exploring Science How Science Works 9

Authors: Mark Levesley, Penny Johnson, Steve Gray

Publisher: Pearson Education (2009)

Progress for every pupil - Exploring Science: How Science Works offers a vast choice of rich resources differentiated to four ability levels, designed to cater for a range of teaching and learning styles.

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Fatal Forces

Author: Nick Arnold

Part of a series: Horrible Science

Publisher: Scholastic Ltd (2011)

Fatal Forces is packed with the most amazing things about physics. Readers can find out how gravity can make them lose their heads, how they can get walloped by a lamppost, what can make fillings explode and how to reach terminal velocity. Eeek!

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Fixing Climate: The Story Of Climate Science – And How To Stop Global Warming

Authors: Robert Kunzig, Wallace Broecker

Publisher: Profile Books (2009)

With Broeker as his guide, award-winning science writer Robert Kunzig looks back at Earth's volatile climate history so as to shed light on the challenges ahead. Ice ages, planetary orbits, a giant 'conveyor belt' in the ocean ... it's a riveting story full of maverick thinkers, extraordinary discoveries and an urgent blueprint for action.

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GCSE Additional Science - Revision Guide

Author: CGP

Publisher: CGP (2011)

This book (with free Online Edition) is full of clear revision notes and diagrams for Higher Level OCR 21st Century GCSE Additional Science. It includes a section on ‘Ideas About Science’, loads of exam advice and revision summary questions. Everything’s explained in straightforward language, with a touch of humour to keep things interesting.

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GCSE Biology

Authors: Simon Broadley, Sue Hocking, Mark Matthews

Part of a series: AQA GCSE Science Series

Publisher: Oxford University Press (2011)

AQA GCSE biology text book..

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