Celebrate twelve incredible inventions that have changed the course of history with this fascinating calendar. Featuring objects from the Science Museum's world-class collection, including the Wright Brother's first flight and Marie Curie's discovery of polonium and radium, go back in time to imagine how we might move forward in the future. Each month is accompanied by informative text, and each datepad features the previous and next month's view.
Wall calendar, month-to-view format.
Measures 30 x 30 cm.
Opens to 60 x 30 cm.
This brilliant notebook is also a passport to our satellite, with maps and a detailed passport information page. 64 lined page notebook with a card cover.Measures 12.5 x 9cm.
This revolutionary calendar marks time from solstice to equinox, using the seasonal changes on Earth. Designed for use in the Northern Hemisphere, each season has fold-out panels tracking the visible stars, ratios of darkness and light, tides and phases of the moon as well as...
Keep all your cultural plans in one place, and make 2020 the year you actually remember to see that play, or visit that exhibition, or finally catch up with the TV box set adaptation of your favourite novel that your friends have been raving about...
The six pencils in this set all feature really un-motivational messages such as 'False hope is better than no hope'. All rather entertaining if not not very productive... 6 HB pencils in a themed box.Pack measures 19 x 6 x 1.5 cm.