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eBook 4000 Thinks You Should Know ePub

by John Farndon

  • ISBN: 0968185096
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  • Author: John Farndon
  • Publisher: MGR Publishing (2000)
  • ePub book: 1696 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
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John Farndon (Author).

John Farndon (Author).

4000 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOWFew books provide so much info. John Farndon is an internationally known author, as well as a playwright, composer and songwriter, whose work has been performed at such theatres as the Donmar and Almeida in London and the Salisbury Playhouse and selected for showcases, such as Beyond the Gate. The follow-up The World’s Greatest Idea was selected as one of the top 50 Wish List books of the year in South Africa.

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More by John Farndon. 100 Things You Should Know About Archaeology. Bulletpoints: British History (Bulletpoints). Predicting Earthquakes. Stickmen's Guide to Engineering. Stickmen's Guide to Technology.

John Farndon (born 1960) is a British writer of books, plays and music. He is best known as a writer of, and contributor to, science books for children, and as a songwriter, poet and literary translator. He has published over 900 books and been shortlisted five times for the Royal Society Prizes for Science Books - Junior Prize. {refnThe Royal Society Prizes for Science Books has been known by various names across Farndon's five shortlist nominations.

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John Farndon (born 1960) is a British author of, and contributor to, science books for children. 4000 More Things You Should Know, (10 Mar 2001), Miles Kelly Publishing, ISBN-13: 978-1902947785. He has been shortlisted three times for the Royal Society Prizes for Science Books - Junior Prize (twice known as the Rhone-Poulenc Prizes for Science Books, and once known as the Aventis Prizes for Science Books)  . The Complete Book of the Brain (2001) short listed for the 'Aventis Prizes for Science Books Junior Prize'.

John Farndon, a graduate of Jesus College, Cambridge, is the author of many books on contemporary issues, including China Rises . the oxbridge questions –. Do you think you’re clever? John farndon.

John Farndon, a graduate of Jesus College, Cambridge, is the author of many books on contemporary issues, including China Rises and India Booms (Virgin), and Bird Flu and Iran in the ‘Everything You Need to Know’ series (Icon). He also writes widely for children, including the bestselling Do Not Open (Dorling Kindersley), and has been shortlisted four times for the Junior Science Book Prize. ww. ohn-farndon-books. Libby Purves OBE is a radio presenter, journalist and author. Introduction by libby purves.

John Farndon’s book succeeds where quite a number of more portentous studies of human thought have failed, in. .

John Farndon’s book succeeds where quite a number of more portentous studies of human thought have failed, in converying a sense of our dazzling inventiveness, and the sheer scale and range of our achievements, mostly admirable, but occasionally villainou. heartily recommend his book. Annette J Dunlea Literary blog. John Farndon’s Iran: Everything You Need to Know is an excellent and corrective primer on the culture and politics of this fascinating and complex countr. valuable overview. Peter Whittaker, New Internationalist.