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Leonie Pratt has written all sorts of books about all sorts of things, but activity books are her speciality. She spends her days in the Usborne office experimenting with PVA, kitchen foil and anything else she can lay her paint-covered hands on. At night, she writes about whatever she feels like, a bowl of popcorn by her side, a cat on her knee and one by her feet.
September 2015 Fascinating Facts Book of the Month This excellent book is full of fun activities for children that will not only keep them entertained for hours, but will also give them a really useful introduction to the world of science: there are hands -on demonstrations of numerous scientific concepts including gravity, friction and photosynthesis. New photographs and illustrations make the fifty-plus different projects look extremely appealing, the instructions are clear and very easy to follow, and you should be able to assemble all the materials without too much trouble too. A book that will spark a real interest in science in children of all sorts. ~ Andrea Reece
Perfect for aspiring gladiators and centurions, these Roman-themed activities, include a soldier's shield and sword, an emperor's wreath and printed mosaics, and lots, lots more. Every project is clearly illustrated in an appealing and colourful style, with easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions and photos of the end results. It contains information boxes on each double-page with interesting facts about the Romans.