Behind the Scenes at the Museum gives you exclusive access to hidden objects that aren’t normally on public display. It lets you into a world of animal specimens pickled in jars, priceless jewellery too valuable to be on display, and fragile papers that must be kept in carefully controlled conditions. Filled with incredible images, step-by-step explanations of exciting techniques, and job profiles of the people that make it happen, Behind the Scenes at the Museum offers unique, behind-the-curtain access to the secret delights of the world’s most interesting museums.
Perfect for animal lovers of all ages, this entertaining and wacky book is jam-packed with hundreds of mind-blowing visual comparisons and astonishing facts.
Every page reveals incredible information about the weird and wonderful world of animals. Can you believe an ant recently discovered in the treetops of Borneo explodes when under attack, covering enemy ants in a toxic goo? Did you know that the ocean-dwelling bootlace worm is longer than an Olympic-sized swimming pool?
Dive into the world of The Secret Explorers in this action-filled brand-new fiction series for young readers.
Meet The Secret Explorers! This group of brilliant kids comes together from all four corners of the globe to fix problems, solve mysteries, and gather knowledge all over the planet – and beyond. Whenever their help is needed, a special sign will appear on a door. They step through to the Exploration Station and receive their mission…
This is a great series for young readers looking for a fun, adventured-filled story in every book. My eldest goes through chapter books so fast right now! We always love and appreciate new, age-appropriate series for him to read. He has been glued to the first two books in this series so they are a hit for us!
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