This colour mixer box kit contains four experiments to learn about tints and dilutions. Ages 8+.
These box kits contain everything you need to create your own precious crystals - a base rock, special crystal formula, crystal-growing container, magnifying glass, measuring container, spatula, tweezers, and and Ein-O's I Know Guide. Choose from six different colours, $17.95 each: Diamond White Amethyst Purple Topaz Yel... read more
This nifty plastic container comes with a magnifying lid and air holes to keep insects alive while you size them up on the measuring grid.
A tube of 9 glowing planets, with the string to hang them, and adhesive putty included. Ages 3+.
Ferns occur in great abundance in New Zealand – there are nearly 200 native species alone occurring everywhere from the coast through to the country’s alpine regions. Then there are the fern allies – including clubmosses and forkferns that have an even longer fossil history than ferns. However, most of the f... read more
Here is an unprecedented collection of twenty freewheeling and revealing interviews with major players in the ongoing--and increasingly heated--debate about the relationship between religion and science. These lively conversations cover the most important and interesting topics imaginable: the Big Bang, the origins of life, t... read more
This high-quality illustrated reference book provides schools and families with accurate information and engaging glimpses of the variety of faiths that have existed and are current in the world today. Beginning with a discussion about what religion is, author David Self offers 60 double page articles which cover the origins,... read more
New Zealand boasts beautiful and unique coastlines, lakes and rivers, brimming with more than 1100 different fish species. In Know Your New Zealand Fishes, Jenny and Tony Enderby identify more than 80 of the country's best-known or most significant species that are commonly seen as readers dive, fish, snorkel and swim in the... read more
Farmers, fishermen, gardeners, skiers and all who work outdoors or just want to know what the weather is going to do should not be without Ken Ring's Weather Almanac for 2013. The 2013 almanac has the same must-have features as earlier volumes, with day-per-page forecasts including gardening advice and moon position informati... read more
|Author:||John T. Moore|
See how chemistry works in everything from soaps to medicines to petroleum We're all natural born chemists. Every time we cook, clean, take a shower, drive a car, use a solvent (such as nail polish remover), or perform any of the countless everyday activities that involve complex chemical reactions we're doing chemistry! So w... read more
|Author:||Maggie Norris & Donna Rae Siegfried|
Learn about the human body from the inside out Every year, more than 100,000 degrees are completed in biology or biomedical sciences. Anatomy and physiology classes are required for these majors and others such as life sciences and chemistry, and also for students on a pre-med track. These classes also serve as valuable elect... read more
Reach for the stars
Stargazing is the practice of observing the night sky and its contents - from constellations through to planets and galaxies. Stars and other night sky objects can be seen with the naked eye, or seen in greater numbers and in more detail with binoculars or a telescope.
"Stargazing For Dummies" ... read more