The Visual Encyclopedia

An elegant new take on the classic family encyclopedia, filled with beautiful images and clear, accessible text. This landmark piece of reference publishing offers a reliable, visually stunning, and family-friendly alternative to online information sources. Packed with carefully curated content, the pages of this illustrated encyclopedia are designed to be accessible and illuminating to aContinue reading “The Visual Encyclopedia”

Look Up

Most of us have never been to space. To date, of the more than 100 billion humans that have ever existed, fewer than 600 humans have ever left Earth. But the exploration of space is the most significant thing we will ever do as a species. Sarah Cruddas has been looking to the skies herContinue reading “Look Up”

Meteorite

‘Drawing on his deep technical education and boundless curiosity, Tim Gregory brings a childlike wonder of discovery to everything he sees. He shows an uncanny ability to swiftly understand, to clearly explain, and to be joyful in the process. His scientific delight is contagious’ – Chris Hadfield Every rock has a story tell, and noneContinue reading “Meteorite”

2021 Guide to the Night Sky Southern Hemisphere

A comprehensive handbook to the planets, stars and constellations visible from the southern hemisphere. 6 pages for each month covering January-December 2021. Diagrams drawn for the latitude of southern Australia, but including events visible from New Zealand and South Africa. Written and illustrated by astronomical experts, Storm Dunlop and Wil Tirion. Content includes: * AdviceContinue reading “2021 Guide to the Night Sky Southern Hemisphere”