The Oxford First Book series, with lifesales of 50,000 copies since publication in 1999, is a strong seller. Now with new vibrant covers the series gets a modern look that is perfect for the trade and libraries. The Oxford First Book of Science presents and explains the themes of science, with the emphasis on practical applications, required by the National Curriculum at KS1 and early KS2. It includes themes such as life processes, materials, pushes and pulls and light and sound. Readers are involved throughout, by means of activities and experiments and child-friendly artwork makes the topics accessible and fun. Includes Glossary and Index. Nina Morgan is an experienced writer on science and technology for children and adults.
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Nina Morgan is an experienced writer on science and technology for both children and adults. Her recent children's books include titles in the First Encyclopedia series for Kingfisher, and a range of books on science and biographies of scientific figures for Wayland. Her adult writing includes
contributions to the New Scientist and other science magazines. She has written and presented radio broadcasts on BBC Radio 4 and the World Service.
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Book Description Oxford University Press. PAPERBACK. Book Condition: New. 0199109842 . Bookseller Inventory # Z0199109842ZN
Book Description Oxford University Press, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110199109842