Salariya Book Company

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BBC Blogs - TV blog - The Ladybird Books Story: How Britain Got The Reading Bug

The Ladybird Books Story: How Britain Got The Reading Bug<p>Helen DayTeacher<p>Tagged with:<p>BBC Four<br>• Documentary<br>• History<br>• Children<br>• Archive<p>Comments<p>A television producer and director, Merryn Threadgould, had rung me out of the blue, asking for suggestions on how she should get started with researching the …

International Tiger Day

International Tiger Day. 5,153 likes · 4 talking about this. There are currently only 3200 wild Tigers in the World!International Tiger Day, also …

Dürer's woodcuts and engravings

Multitasking & Kids

Where is the True North Pole?

Last Judgement of Hunefer, from his tomb

World's oldest calendar uncovered in a Scottish field

The site of the calendar was first excavated by the National Trust for Scotland in 2004. It was investigated after unusual crop markings were spotted …

Shear Genius! Clever Clippers Cut Perfectly Straight Lines

Scissors have evolved slowly over the years. The first prototypes were invented 4,000 years ago in Mesopotamia and didn't change much until the …

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For most people, owning a home is an aspiration and a symbol of their attainment of stability and independence. Their home also typically represents …

A Virtual Stage That Bends Reality and Pushes Theater’s Boundaries

Author: Liz Stinson. Liz Stinson Design<p>Date of Publication: 07.19.13.<p>Time of Publication: 9:30 am. 9:30 am<p><i>Mr. & Mrs. Dream</i> is a modern dance show …

275,000 dominoes toppled toward a new Guinness World Record with the help of German company Sinners Domino Entertainment: 

275,000 dominoes toppled toward a new Guinness World Record with the help of German company Sinners Domino Entertainment:<p>Last Friday we successfully toppled 272,297 out of 277,275 dominoes under the theme “Enjoy Your Life” at the Wilhelm-Lückert-Gym in Büdingen. After Wolfgang Naumann started the chain reaction, we immediately broke the world record for the most dominoes toppled in a spiral. Furthermore there were six areas with different motives and mechanisms.<p>There’s a tiny little plane …

What Are Grown-Ups Afraid of in YA Books?

Many times, it’s big-name publications that get young adult literature all wrong. Their “experts” call anything published for the under-18 crowd YA, …

Steve Backshall: 'The big predators would run down Usain Bolt without even thinking about it. Your only chance is to stand your ground'

Steve Backshall is a household name thanks to his Deadly television series, in which he roams the globe seeking out some of the most dangerous …

Get Reading: London's glittering reading marathon

Although it was the hottest day of the year and half the country had jetted off while the rest were trying to find some air-conditioning to …

Love You Forever: 5 of Hollywood's Sexiest Men Read to You from Children's Classics

You know what they say: There is nothing sexier than a man reading a children’s book.<p>Okay, so I don’t know if anyone actually says that.<p>But as a man …

Anacondas 101 | Swimming With Monsters

Cannibal Scorpions vs. Shrew | National Geographic

The Joy of Books

From a sphere, to a tetrahedron, to a cube, to a dodecahedron, bubbles can build a variety of shapes as they join together

From a sphere, to a tetrahedron, to a cube, to a dodecahedron, bubbles can build a variety of shapes as they join together. The geometry changes as the bubbles share walls to save their soapy material, creating new shapes inside the morphing spheres.<p>In this clip from the BBC‘s The Code, bubbleologist Tom Noddy demonstrates nature’s quest for efficiency to Marcus du Sautoy as more and more bubbles come together.

The Moon's Mystery: Scientists Debate How it Formed

How was our planet's satellite formed? Scientists are still searching for the answer.<p><b>It has taken centuries for scientists to settle on a creation story for our moon, the most popular of which is depicted on the July cover of National Geographic magazine. But as I learned at a recent lunch with</b> …

Outgoing children's laureate rounds on media for neglect of children's books

On her final day as children's laureate, Julia Donaldson has launched a broadside against the media for failing to "take children's books …

Rosalind Franklin: Great Minds

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