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Can You Get Rainbows in Space?: A Colourful Compendium of Space and Science

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Colourful fonts, quirky captions and short, nicely divided paragraphs make the book lively and engaging to read and dip in and out of repeatedly. Of course, the book also answers its own title and you will find out if you can actually see rainbows in Space.

Real attention has been paid to design and layout, which match and illuminate Dr Kanani’s eye-opening text. You'll discover the answers to these questions - and many more - in this incredible collection of scientific facts about colour. Designed to get young scientists excited about outer space as well as the Earth they live on, this vibrant book packed with exquisite illustrations will draw in readers from as young as 7, but adults alike are sure to find themselves wowed by some fascinating facts. Keep reading to discover why leaves change colour in the autumn, why your veins look blue but your blood is red, and how the language we use shapes the colours we see . Dr Sheila Kanani explores this and many more questions in this incredible collection of scientific facts about colour.Ada Lovelace Day is dependent on the generosity of its partners, volunteers and supporters for survival. There are loads of brilliant non-fiction books that can teach your child about the world, as well as being entertaining, funny and gorgeous to look at. The use of clear diagrams and illustrations helps to bring the science aspects alive and support understanding. This review was written by Heather Hann Heather is currently the Head of School Improvement for a large MAT in Suffolk.

After each colour is explored , the book cleverly goes 'beyond the rainbow' to look at the dark and those colours that the human eye cannot see. How interesting to learn that ‘Reindeer, birds, bees and fish can see in ultraviolet, and snakes, frogs and insects can see infrared! One final fascinating fact for you from a book that is overflowing with them: overripe bananas glow indigo under ultraviolet light so maybe you should get one to check the state of your bananas? The content and ambition of the show remains the same: to give every pupil the opportunity to engage with authors and illustrators in their own classroom using the power of the internet. The book is arranged in chapters in the enticing colours of the rainbow starting with red through to indigo and violet and even beyond.For more details, please consult the latest information provided by Royal Mail's International Incident Bulletin. Ross Welford introduces Time Travelling with a Tortoise, the sequel to Time Travelling with a Hamster, and a whole new time travel adventure!

Publishing stories for children from 0 -12 Puffin is home to famous authors, illustrators and children's brands including Roald Dahl, Jacqueline Wilson, Malorie Blackman, The Very Hungry Caterpillar, the Snowman and Diary of a Wimpy Kid to name but a few. Written by author and astronomer, Dr Sheila Kanani, this fascinating book starts by explaining what colour is and how we see it, before taking us on a journey of big colour questions. Interestingly, too, the primary colours of light that humans can see are red, blue and green – and when you mix green and red light they make yellow! You'll find out how some animals are able to glow in the dark and how others change their colours to hide from predators.Starting with the most important thing – light – Sheila Kanani explores what light actually is and how it is perceived by the human eye. Oeddech chi’n gwybod bod gan hipopotamysau chwys coch, bod llygaid glas yn hollol glir heb unrhyw bigment o gwbl, a bod bananas goraeddfed yn pelydru lliw indigo o dan olau uwchfioled?

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