Building on the success of the first book, this new volume will make implementing the diet at home easier than ever.
The CSIRO Low-carb Diet is based on strong scientific research that has successfully helped Australians lose weight and improve their overall health. Building on the success of the first book, this new volume from Pan Macmillan will make implementing the diet at home easier than ever.
It includes: an update on the latest science; 80 new recipes with a focus on meals that are quick and easy to prepare; all daily allowances for recipes calculated and explained; daily plans and meal builders to help you seamlessly incorporate this way of eating into your everyday life; and 15 new exercises that complement those in the first book to add variety to your exercise routine, and further improve your fitness, strength and general health.
Accessible, affordable and achievable, this is a fully researched approach to better eating and improved health from Australia's peak science organisation.
Why not grow your very own stalactite, make baked ice-cream or even an underwater volcano? Have you ever wanted to create invisible ink? 101 Cool Science Experiments will show you how.
101 Cool science experiments will show you how to do things from everyday materials to astound and surprise your friends.
There are one hundred and one of the coolest experiments here for any budding genius.
Ages 7 - 14 up
Everything you need to know about the night sky.
Compact, easy to use and reliable. The 2018 Australasian Sky Guide contains updated information on the solar system, monthly sky maps, viewing tips and highlights, and details of the year's exciting celestial events.
$14.95How do astronomers study planets, stars and galaxies? What are rovers and where have they landed? How do different telescopes work? What is a nebula? Beginner readers can find out the answers in this book, along with lots more fascinating facts. Amazing photographs and illustrations are combined with simple, easy-to-read text and a glossary explaining all the specialist terms used. Find out more about astronomy and stargazing online via Usborne Quicklinks, where you can find out what to see and when, as well as see the latest images captured by telescopes and rovers.