All About Chemistry: Big Questions

Professor Robert Winston provides a fun introduction to chemistry! 96 pages.
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All About Chemistry: The Big Questions, answers all the questions kids ask about the world around them.

Why are helium balloons lighter than air? What is the periodic table? What is gold made of? How many elements are needed to make a light bulb? What are mini planets?

Packed with colourful images, facts and stats, All About Chemistry takes young readers on a journey of discovery as they find out the incredible way our world works.

Professor Robert Winston, winner of the prestigious Michael Faraday Gold Award, takes you from the geeky Greeks to explosive elements, presenting the what, why and how of science in a fun and educational way that will feed every chemistry-curious young mind.

It’s chemistry, but not as you know it!


Robert Winston


All About Chemistry: Big Questions


Paperback, 96 pages


2015, Penguin Books Australia



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Length (cm) 23
Width (cm) 2
Height (cm) 29
UPC 9780241206577
Age Group 7-8 Years, 9-10 Years, 11-12 Years
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