How many times will we face a life-threatening emergency? A couple as parents? Half a dozen in the workplace? One or two on the road?
We don’t need to learn by failure. Emergency first aid information should be within easy reach in the home and where we work.
Since publication of this basic emergency life support text, it has been used widely by school and TAFE students. It continues to use the popular graphic design and first aid expertise as the first aid emergency handbook.
This book is your chance to go on a dinosaur dig! Press out the model pieces and put them together to build a diplodocus skeleton – just like a real palaeontologist. There’s plenty of information about this amazing dinosaur, too. Perfect for all dino fans aged 7 and up.
You’re a fossil hunter and you’ve just discovered a Triceratops skeleton! Learn more about this amazing dinosaur and then press out the model pieces and fit them together to build your model – just like a real palaeontologist!
You’re a fossil hunter and you’ve just discovered a Sabre-Tooth Tiger skeleton! Learn more about this amazing Beast and then press out the model pieces and fit them together to build your model – just like a real palaeontologist!
You’re a fossil hunter and you’ve just discovered a Mammoth skeleton! Learn more about this amazing Beast and then press out the model pieces and fit them together to build your model – just like a real palaeontologist!
This brilliant book contains everything young scientists want to know about the human body, as well as a fantastic human body model to build! Packed with fun facts and great illustrations, this book is guaranteed to keep readers happily occupied for hours on end.
This entertaining and educational title is the perfect way for kids age six and up to master their math skills from the 2 x table to the 12 x table. Children can test their knowledge of the tables and then pull down the tab to reveal the answer.
This is a history of cryptology from its early days in Ancient Egypt, Sparta and Rome to the present day when it has ceased to be a government monopoly and now affects all our lives whenever we use our cell phones or connect to the internet.
Explaining the what, where and how of the human body, this book is the insider guide to your insides! ‘The Human Body is Awesome’ is packed full of 101 eye-opening and extraordinary facts about the human body that kids will love to discover and share.
With the growth of the internet came a new type of crime. Using the un-indexed corners of the internet that make up what is known as the “dark net” criminals carry on their business online as fluently as in the real world.
After a brief, but illuminating introduction Psychology is explained in an engaging way and Anne Rooney’s engrossing book is recommended to the general reader wishing to gain some understanding of a fascinating subject.
What is reality? How do we know what exists? What is the nature of truth? How can we live a good life? For 2,500 years, questions such as these have been pondered by philosophers from Parmenides and Plato to Dennett and Derrida.
Astronomy traces one of humanitys oldest obsessions. This accessible, fascinating account of discoveries from the times of Paleolithic star-gazers to current space missions shows how we have come to know so much about the universe.
The laws of physics govern the action of everything, from galaxies to subatomic particles. From the ancient Greeks, who first suggested that matter might be made out of indivisible atoms, through the great explorations of Arab, then Renaissance and Enlightenment scientists.
All students of philosophy will relate to the concepts of selfhood, nature, karma and liberation. Here are views and answers to the most important questions. How is self identified? What are the causes and effects in nature? Are our actions determined? What is freedom for a human being? What happens after death?
The Sufis have been using carefully constructed stories for teaching purposes for thousands of years. Though on the surface these often appear to be little more than fairy or folk tales, the Sufis hold that they enshrine-in their characters, plots and imagery-patterns and relationships that nurture a part of the mind not reachable in more conventional ways, thus increasing our understanding, flexibility and breadth of vision.
Knowing ignorance is strength. Ignoring knowledge is sickness.’ Lao Tse Tao, meaning ‘The Way’, refers to a power that envelops, surrounds and flows through all things, both living and sentient. It regulates natural processes and nourishes balance in the Universe.
Jesus of Nazareth, the Nazarene, Jesus Christ, the Christ, the Good Shepherd, the Redeemer or the Deliverer? To this day, the identity of Jesus remains an unfathomable mystery for non-believers and a glorious open book of hope for the devout.