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The Stardust That Made Us

A Visual Exploration of Chemistry, Atoms, Elements and the Universe

Colin Stuart

The Stardust That Made Us
The Stardust That Made Us

The Stardust That Made Us

A Visual Exploration of Chemistry, Atoms, Elements and the Universe

Colin Stuart

Hardback / bound | English
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Description

A visual exploration of chemistry, The Stardust That Made Us is the third stunning STEM title from Colin Stuart and Ximo Abadia, following the success of The Speed of Starlight (physics) and The Language of the Universe (mathematics).

Imagine that Nature has an unseen cookbook full of different recipes and you might find that learning chemistry is fun! In their third stunning STEM book, the top team of author Colin Stuart and illustrator Ximo Abadía embark on a visual exploration of chemistry, atoms, elements and the universe, and come up with a scientific wonder that that will enthral children. Their 'nature recipes' can make everything from fish to fingernails and sand to Saturn, and all feature the 'ingredients' that are known as chemical elements, organised in a grid called the periodic table. With stunning, surrealist illustrations and an easy-to-read informative text, this is the ideal inspiration for budding young scientists.
(Big Picture Press, hardback, £16.99)



The Stardust That Made Us, written by Colin Stuart and illustrated by Ximo Abadía, is another incredible offering from @bigpicturepress / @bonnierbooks_uk with all the perfect ingredients to capture your young person's imagination!

The Stardust That Made Us is a visual exploration of chemistry, atoms, elements and the universe, presented in the most beautifully vivid way. It provides the reader with a no-holds-barred factual and scientific explanation of how our world, the universe, humans, the objects we use in our homes, have all originated from tiny elements, molecules and particles.

The Periodic Table is most beautifully illustrated, which makes it so much more learnable and you are taken on a journey through the history of discovery, invention and creation with answers to questions you never realised you had! Perfect for budding chemists and physicists everywhere, but an invaluable book for the whole family. It's very hard to put down once you start reading. Another perfect Christmas gift. ? RRP: £16.99. Available to purchase online and from all good booksellers.



We love this big book of amazing facts!

Colin Stuart (Author)
Colin Stuart is a renowned astronomy speaker and author whose books have sold over 100,000 copies worldwide. A Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society and a 2014 runner-up in the European Astronomy Journalism Prize, Colin has also written publications featured in The Guardian, New Scientist and BBC Focus among others and has spoken about the wonders of the universe on Sky News and BBC News.

Ximo Abadía (Illustrator)
Ximo Abadía is a highly acclaimed artist, living and working in Spain. He has illustrated numerous publications including The Speed of Starlight and his work was selected for the Bologna Children's Illustrator's Exhibition in 2017.

Specifications

  • Publisher
    Big Picture Press
  • Pub date
    Sep 2021
  • Pages
    80
  • Theme
    Children’s / Teenage general interest: Science and technology
  • Dimensions
    350 x 280 x 10 mm
  • Weight
    975 gram
  • EAN
    9781787416420
  • Hardback / bound
    Hardback / bound
  • Language
    English

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