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The Time and Space of Uncle Albert

Author : Russell Stannard
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Gedanken's eccentric uncle sends her into outer space in a spacecraft to help him conduct a series of experiments regarding the law of relativity as it affects time and space.

How We Write

Author : Mike Sharples
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How We Write is an accessible guide to the entire writing process, from forming ideas to formatting text. Combining new explanations of creativity with insights into writing as design, it offers a full account of the mental, physical and social aspects of writing. How We Write explores: how children learn to write the importance of reflective thinking processes of planning, composing and revising visual design of text cultural influences on writing global hypertext and the future of collaborative and on-line writing. By referring to a wealth of examples from writers such as Umberto Eco, Terry Pratchett and Ian Fleming, How We Write ultimately teaches us how to control and extend our own writing abilities. How We Write will be of value to students and teachers of language and psychology, professional and aspiring writers, and anyone interested in this familiar yet complex activity.

New Scientist

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New Scientist magazine was launched in 1956 "for all those men and women who are interested in scientific discovery, and in its industrial, commercial and social consequences". The brand's mission is no different today - for its consumers, New Scientist reports, explores and interprets the results of human endeavour set in the context of society and culture.

The Oxford Book of Modern Science Writing

Author : Richard Dawkins
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A rich and vibrant multi-disciplinary anthology that celebrates the finest writing by scientists captures the poetry and excitement of scientific thought and discovery, in pieces by Stephen Pinker, Albert Einstein, Stephen Jay Gould, Julian Huxley, Loren Eiseley, Rachel Carson, J. Robert Oppenheimer, Freeman Dyson, and many other notables.

Communicating Science

Author : Eileen Scanlon
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This is a collection of articles that address communication between scientists and the public. It is an introduction for those studying science and communication courses, relationship between science, and the media.

Black Holes and Uncle Albert

Author : Russell Stannard
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Book Two in an action-packed adventure series - which also explores the three great physics theories of Albert Einstein!

Primary Science Kit

Author : Rosemary Sherrington
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Devised to help teachers of primary science in schools. This title offers a two-year age band structure, correlation to the QCA Scheme of Work, and recommended teaching times. The Overview page is to introduce the themes in the unit. Review page is meant to assess learning. The Teacher Resource Books contain structured lesson plans.

The School Librarian

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New Scientist

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Booktalk

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Space Time Rhythm and Rhyme

Author : Russell Stannard
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Russell Stannard, author of the hugely successful 'Uncle Albert' series, has done more than anyone else to popularize science and make it something that is fun and readable. Here, he takes us on a guided tour of the Universe. But this is no ordinary introduction to astronomy and cosmology. The explanations are inspired by a wonderfully varied collection of poems from poets such as Spike Milligan, Ted Hughes, Emily Dickinson, Roger McGough, Matthew Sweeney and Benjamin Zephaniah, as well as from children themselves. Russell Stannard weaves a brilliant narrative between the poems so that we learn about such phenomena as shooting stars, black holes, the Solar System, and space travel, while the poets never let us lose sight of the mystery and awe that captured our curiosity in the first place. The anthology is a wonderful bridge between the more accessible world of the imagination and the often terrifyingly austere world of science, aimed at readers between the ages of 8 and 12.

Library Media Connection

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What Do Children Read Next

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A bibliography of recommended children's fiction titles

The Light in the Stones

Author : Tiko Campbell
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The Light in the Stones is an adventure/sci-fi novel, which cauterizes the phases of the soul from its fragmented lives. Memory or the lack there of segregates the whole soul acquired wisdom from one body to the next, and along with their earthly secular missions of unleashing the kept secrets of the hierarchy, these heroic characters develop their pass life knowledge. The modern-day swash-buckler leaps from my own and my daughters reality quickly into a more entertaining intertwining of diverse situations of time same souls at different times and places. Historical souls are recant and sometime fictionalized to blend into a menagerie of spiritual and political parables. The morals being quite evident in a fiery brimstone paraphrasing to its utopian conclusion. Arch and Acer, the elder architect and his twenty-year younger landscape protégé; idealistically venture to the far reaches of their own present universe, to create a better world. They soon find the political climate is as murky on the opposite side of the planet as well, but being romantic the fall in love with Cambodia, and two specific SE Asian ladies, Noung and Thia. Ace is in hiding with his baby, Chi, from a roguish Viet-mom. War alters their reality, and the danger yields gemstones. Far away on the other side of the Globe Archie's film star daughter and mentor acqueiest to the mystical Baron and crew, Ho Ming and Zero. An ancestral housing of these same souls introduces the magic elephant, Phi, who or which allows this allegory to reach into the heavens and back to the earth's ecological concerns.

Our universe

Author : Russell Stannard
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Offers a tour of the solar system, discusses stars and galaxies, and describes the Big Bang

The New World of Mr Tompkins

Author : George Gamow
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The layman is introduced to modern physics when a personable bank clerk, interested in scientific matters, has fantastic adventures.

Poetry and Possibility

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Here I Am

Author : Russell Stannard
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The Old and New Testament teachings are explored in relation to modern scientific theory in a book that encourages readers to ask and consider questions that might lead them to a greater understanding of religious faiths.

Virtutopia

Author : Russell Stannard
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Virtutopia is a new development in Inter Personal Virtual Reality. With the aid of a body sheath which harnesses and stimulates all the senses, anyone can create any world they chose - a world that can be fully experienced, right down to thoughts, feelings, tastes and textures. Two children, Scott and Lucie, are chosen by VirtuCorp scientist Theodore Birkin to test out Virtutopia for themselves. But they quickly discover that worlds are rather more complicated to construct than they had ever imagined. This gripping and entertaining novel raises fundamental questions about who controls who, and why the world is the way it is.

Dr Dyer s Academy

Author : Russell Stannard
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Jamie isn't keen on the idea of boarding school, and when he arrives he's even more horrified to discover his science teacher doesn't seem to know what she's talking about. Then headmaster Dr Dyer reveals the secret purpose of his Academy. He trains selected pupils to infiltrate the media and industry at the highest levels. Their job: to actively muddle and delay scientific progress. He says this is to prevent harm to humans and damage to the environment. But is Dr Dyer entirely as he seems? Join Jamie and his friend Emily as they unravel the plot, expose Dr Dyer's real motive, and save the world from plunging into chaos. This enthralling novel raises fundamental questions about the use and misuse of science. It is also an entirely new and fun way to learn a lot of science. Also available on Faber Penguin Audiobooks.