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Why do bees and wasps both have black and yellow stripes? Who gave humans the name Homo sapiens? A World of Difference has the answers to those questions, as well as many others. The book covers seven fascinating scientific topics, including strange animals, the eradication of the disease smallpox and the mysterious Aurora Borealis. The book is particularly aimed at students in the first year of ESO, but the topics are of general interest, so it can be enjoyed by anyone who is learning English.
1. A colourful world
2. Carl Linnaeus: Organising nature
3. Amazing animals
4. Smallpox and its vaccine
5. Why do species disappear?
6. People and the Moon
7. Aurora Borealis
Authors: Rachel Murray and Benedict Barclay
Number of pages: 64
Publisher: LinguaFrame S.L. (December 2015)
Language level: Improvers / A2 on the Common European Framework for Languages scale
Size: 200 x 130 mm
A World of Difference
- Edition: Ed 1
- Availability: Available
- Excl. VAT: 6.49€