100 Things to Know About Saving the Planet - 
      Jerome Martin
    
      Alice James
    
      Rose Hall
    
      Tom Mumbray
    
      Lan Cook
    
      Darran Stobbart
    
      Eddie Reynolds
    
      Federico Mariani
    
      Parko Polo
    
      Dominique Byron
    
      Dale Edwin Murray
    
      Jake Williams
    
      Ollie Hoff

100 Things to Know About Saving the Planet

; Alice James ; Rose Hall ; Tom Mumbray ; Lan Cook ; Darran Stobbart ; Eddie Reynolds ; Federico Mariani (Illustratør) ; Parko Polo (Illustratør) ; Dominique Byron (Illustratør) ; Dale Edwin Murray (Illustratør) ; Jake Williams (Illustratør) ; Ollie Hoff (Illustratør)

How could plastic-eating bacteria help reduce waste? Can a river be given human rights? Could we generate all the power we need from the sun and the wind? How do woolly sweaters help penguins in peril? Would building a giant sunshade in space stop the world from overheating? Find the answers to these questions and more in this exciting book full of big, small and unexpected ways to save the planet. Les mer
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How could plastic-eating bacteria help reduce waste? Can a river be given human rights? Could we generate all the power we need from the sun and the wind? How do woolly sweaters help penguins in peril? Would building a giant sunshade in space stop the world from overheating? Find the answers to these questions and more in this exciting book full of big, small and unexpected ways to save the planet.
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Forlag: Usborne Publishing Ltd
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 128
ISBN: 9781474981835
Format: 25 x 18 cm
Winner of Made for Mums Award 2021 UK. Short-listed for Royal Society Young People's Book Prize 2022 UK.
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Jerome Martin (Author)
Jerome Martin has written children's books about science, history, Shakespeare and food. Before joining Usborne in 2014, he spent a decade studying literature at Harvard, Cambridge and the University of Iowa, and several years behaving responsibly in a copywriting office. Now, he spends his working hours researching delightful and amazing facts, his evening hours parenting two children, and the minutes in-between writing poetry.

Alice James (Author)
Alice James joined Usborne after working in primary schools for a while. She absolutely loves science, and over the years has lived with chimps, spent a month in the rainforest, studied Biology at Oxford University, and grown 200 carnivorous plants (not necessarily in that order). Whilst at Usborne Alice has worked on books on all kinds of science topics, from space to energy to the periodic table.

Rose Hall (Author)
Rose grew up in Northumberland, studied Physiology at Oxford and looked after orphaned orangutans for a bit. She worked in the charity sector for ten years, writing about issues from renewable energy, to the safety of workers in Bangladesh. For Usborne, she's written books about engineering, business, computers and the environment.

Tom Mumbray (Author)
Tom studied History at university before joining Usborne in 2018. Since then he's worked on books about Planet Earth, technology, maths and inventions (and learned lots of amazing facts about everything from paleoburrows to fireworks along the way).

Darran Stobbart (Author)
Darran spent a decade as children's bookseller in Durham. He studied crime scene and forensic science at university. It's handier than you'd expect. He collects useless facts, and writes about lots of subjects - especially science. He is passionate about stories, music, and will talk about octopuses at great length.

Eddie Reynolds (Author)
Eddie joined Usborne Publishing in 2017. Before that, he studied German and French at Cambridge University, then moved to Berlin after a short while teaching Ancient History at a school in Guangzhou, China. Now back in the UK, he writes books about all sorts, including computers, maps and engineering.