Holly Wallace: essay and books

Holly Wallace
Author's Genres:
Fantasy :: Nonfiction :: History :: Mythology

All books by Holly Wallace:

The Mystery Of The Abominable Snowman (Can Science Solve)

The Mystery Of The Abominable Snowman (Can Science Solve)

Examines the existence of both the yeti and its American cousin, Bigfoot, describing eyewitness accounts, explanations of the possible identities of these creatures, and hoaxes.
[read more]

The Mystery of Atlantis. Holly Wallace

The Mystery of Atlantis. Holly Wallace

This series looks at the links between science and natural phenomena and how science can be used to attempt to explain mysteries. Readers can analyse the information and make their own decisions about each mystery based on the evidence.
[read more]

Food Chains and Webs. Holly Wallace

Food Chains and Webs. Holly Wallace

Find out about all aspects of how living organisms develop and adapt to an enormous variety of different habitats. Discover the hidden systems behind the natural world.
[read more]

Cells and Systems

Cells and Systems

Readers will discover the intricate hidden systems that enliven the natural world as they investigate how living organisms develop and adapt to an enormous variety of habitats. Clear text is punctuated by interesting fact boxes, informative classification tables, and bolded glossary words that...
[read more]

Islam: Budi's Story

Islam: Budi's Story

A boy from New Delhi talks about his faith in the one God, Allah, and its sacred scripture, the Koran. He recalls some of the teachings of AllahÂ’s many prophets, including Mohammad.
[read more]

This Is My Faith: Buddhism

This Is My Faith: Buddhism

Photos show children in their daily activities, and with families and friends at religious services and festivals. Books are available in both paperback and hardcover editions.
[read more]

This Is My Faith: Hinduism

This Is My Faith: Hinduism

Photos show children in their daily activities, and with families and friends at religious services and festivals. Books are available in both paperback and hardcover editions.
[read more]

The Mystery of the Loch Ness Monster

The Mystery of the Loch Ness Monster

What better way to explore science than through the investigation of a mystery? The Can Science Solve?
[read more]

The Mystery of the Abominable Snowman

The Mystery of the Abominable Snowman

books present some of the most puzzling mysteries that logic and science have yet to solve. This series explains the connection between science and natural phenomena and how science can be used to try to explain mysteries.
[read more]

The Mystery of the Loch Ness Monster

The Mystery of the Loch Ness Monster

This updated edition asks some great questions. What is sonar and how can it track a monster?
[read more]

The Mystery of Atlantis

The Mystery of Atlantis

series does just that by exploring a famous mystery, and then using scientific techniques to provide a variety of possible explanations. Readers are encouraged to examine the evidence, consider the motives, and make their own decisions.
[read more]

The Mystery of the Loch Ness Monster

The Mystery of the Loch Ness Monster

Examines the history of the Loch Ness monster story, eyewitness accounts, various efforts to discover and identify the creature, explanations for its identity, and attempts to fake its appearances.
[read more]

The Mystery of Atlantis

The Mystery of Atlantis

What better way to explore famous mysteries than by examining the evidence, considering the motives, and making your own scientific decisions?
[read more]

The Mystery of the Loch Ness Monster

The Mystery of the Loch Ness Monster

If so, why have we never captured it? Can we get to the bottom of this mystery using science and logic, or will it continue to mystify us forever?
[read more]

Classification

Classification

Discover the classification system scientists use to identify and name living things so each particular organism can be categorized all over the world. Learn that scientists discover hundreds of new species every year totaling about 2 million species of living things.
[read more]


See other books:

Work and Leisure

Work and Leisure

Transformations in the nature of work are occurring worldwide, with potentially far reaching consequences. The changing nature of global economic and social environments has led to a complex relationship between work, leisure, social structure and quality of life, presenting a challenging...

Age of Innocence

Age of Innocence

An elegant portrait of desire and betrayal in Old New York. In the highest circle of New York social life during the 1870's, Newland Archer, a young lawyer, prepares to marry the docile May Welland. Before their engagement is announced, he meets May's cousin, the mysterious, nonconformist...

Trauma

Trauma

Something is happening to Bonnie Winter. She's a working wife and mother, and her job is cleaning up crime scenes. Considering what she sees everyday, it must take a lot to disturb a woman like Bonnie Winter. You can't imagine. In this brilliantly unnerving...