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DNA: The Secret of Life, Fully Revised and Updated

Paperback, 02/10/2017, £12.99
Along with Francis Crick, James Watson was the discoverer of the double helix structure of the DNA molecule, realising both how it was able to reproduce itself and how, through its immense variety, it was able to pass on genetic instructions from one generation to the next.

Exile: The explosive Sunday Times bestselling thriller from the author of NOMAD

Paperback, 14/12/2017, £7.99

Blue Planet II

Hardback, 19/10/2017, £25.00
The perfect Christmas gift for the nature-lover in your lifeTake a deep breath and dive into the mysteries of the ocean. Blue Planet II, which accompanies an epic 7-part series on BBC1, is a ground-breaking new look at the richness and variety of underwater life across our planet.

Notes of a Native Son

Paperback, 02/11/2017, £8.99

Lessons in Teaching Computing in Primary Schools

Paperback, 28/03/2017, £19.99
Lesson planning and subject knowledge go hand in hand in this exciting new edition covering all teachers need to know to confidently teach the computing curriculum as well as explore opportunities for cross-curricular teaching.

Learning Challenge: How to Guide Your Students Through the Learning Pit to Achieve Deeper Understanding

Paperback, 16/05/2017, £21.99
Known by many as the Learning Pit, the Learning Challenge is used around the world to promote challenge, dialogue, and a growth mindset. It encourages a depth of inquiry from students and nurtures a love of learning.

Semantics: A Coursebook

Paperback, 19/04/2007, £24.99
This practical coursebook introduces all the basics of semantics in a simple, step-by-step fashion.

Photography and Exploration

Paperback, 01/06/2013, £19.95
This book by James R. Ryan shines new light on how photography has shaped the image of explorers, expeditions and the worlds they discovered.

Gaia: A New Look at Life on Earth

Paperback, 30/03/2016, £8.99
Gaia, in which James Lovelock puts forward his inspirational and controversial idea that the Earth functions as a single organism, with life influencing planetary processes to form a self-regulating system aiding its own survival, is now a classic work that continues to provoke heated scientific debate.