WIN AN AMAZING SCIENCE BOOK BUNDLE FROM DK

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To celebrate British Science Week,  DK are offering the chance for one lucky person to win a bundle of amazing science books! Five runners up will also win themselves a copy of Outdoor Maker Lab by renowned scientist Robert Winston.

To enter, click here and fill in your details. The closing date is 28th March 2018. 

The amazing books up for grabs in the super science book bundle are:

Do You Know About Science?
Over 200 intriguing science questions – answered. This is the ideal science encyclopedia to help budding Einsteins ages 6 and up with their school and homework projects – as well as for parents who need to answer those tricky science questions.

Do You Know About Science? brings subjects such as the living world, human body, the material world, energy, forces and movement, and our planet to life, with colourful pages and a fun question and answer format. Where does light come from? Can I feel forces? What is my body made of? Why is lemon juice sour? Do You Know About Science? focuses on the subjects that kids really want to know about and the questions they ask, helping them easily learn new information.

From everyday questions such as what makes the light turn on, to the bigger questions like what is in space, Do You Know About Science? will satisfy even the most curious minds with an amazing collection of facts.

Outdoor Maker Lab
Brimming with exciting projects to help budding boffins explore the science of their surroundings. Using easy-to-find everyday materials, these are science experiments to do at home and in the garden.

Written by Robert Winston, Outdoor Maker Lab is an unmissable outdoor approach to science and STEM learning. Kids can extract DNA from strawberries to learn about genetic traits, make a model of tectonic plates to understand earthquakes, and make a wormery to learn about ‘useful waste’. These wonderful experiments will help kids to understand our world and beyond by building a telescope and looking at the planets and stars or make a bottle rocket to learn about Newton’s laws of physics.

Outdoor Maker Lab uses real-world examples and an irresistible mix of craft activities and experiments to get young scientists excited from the get-go.

LEGO Women of NASA Space Heroes
Meet four amazing women – astronauts, scientists and mathematicians – who helped make space travel a reality. Illustrated with photography from the new LEGO® Ideas Women of NASA set, this book for children learning to read is a fun way to discover the achievements of some of space travel’s greatest pioneers.

Read about Mae Jemison, the first African American women to travel in space. Find out how Sally Ride inspired future scientists after her career as an astronaut. Discover how Margaret Hamilton created computer software for the Apollo mission, and see the stars with Nancy Grace Roman through the giant Hubble Telescope. Learn about NASA, and explore what life is like aboard the Endeavour Space Shuttle!

Presented with fun images, simple vocabulary and lots of word repetition to engage young readers and help them build their literary skills, DK Reader LEGO Women of NASA reading book celebrates achievements in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

100 Scientists Who Made History
From brainy biologists and clever chemists to magnificent mathematicians and pioneering physicists, discover 100 remarkable scientists who shaped our world.

Containing a universe of knowledge, 100 Scientists Who Made History tells the story of the people who increased our grasp of almost everything around us. From Aristotle and Rosalind Franklin, to Marie Curie and Brian Cox, get the low down on the people whose thirst for knowledge has shaped the way we live today. With beautiful photography and illustrations, 100 Scientists Who Made History is a fascinating look at the most important scientists and their discoveries. It’s the perfect way for kids to meet science’s most important people.

Women in Science
From Hypatia to Marie Curie, this book shines a spotlight on the inspiring women whose incredible scientific ideas changed the world.

Covering women’s scientific contributions, pioneers in the field, women in technology, engineers, and mathematical geniuses, DK Reader Women in Science introduces children to the names they need to know. Children can discover Nobel Prize winners such as Gerty Cori, healthcare heroes, and important discoveries in STEM. Featuring inspiring facts for children about pioneering women in the lab, and a quiz to boost reading comprehension.

DK‘s innovative range of levelled readers combines a highly visual approach with non-fiction narratives that children will love reading. DK Reader Women in Science is a Level 3 reader, perfect for children beginning to read alone or ages 7-9.

Look I’m a Scientist
Children have everything they need to be amazing scientists: a curious brain and super senses. Look I’m a Scientist is bursting with exciting, easy-peasy science fun to do at home.

Little scientists will discover why water goes stiff in the freezer, what makes slime super stretchy, how to make the best soap bubbles, and lots more. With Look I’m a Scientist children can touch, smell, see, hear, and taste their way to scientific amazement!

How to Be a Scientist
Discover the skills it takes to become a scientist in DK‘s new science book for kids with science presenter and comedian Steve Mould.

Being a scientist isn’t just about wearing a lab coat and performing science experiments in test tubes. It’s about looking at the world and trying to figure out how it works. As well as simple science experiments for kids to try, How to Be a Scientist will teach them how to think like a scientist and ask questions including: why doesn’t pineapple jelly set, how do you grow your own crystals, and how does a black and white image turn to colour?

For every scientific concept the child learns they will be encouraged to find new ways to test it further. Fun questions, science games, and real-life scenarios make science relevant to children. In How to be a Scientist the emphasis is on inspiring kids, which means less time spent in stuffy labs and more time in the real world!

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