Author(s): Steve Martin
Perfect for any child who wants to stay one step ahead of their classmates, this fantastic book is packed with informative titbits that will fascinate and enthrall young minds. I Wish I Knew That is full of interesting stuff that parents and grandparents used to learn at school that every child ought to know today. From classic books children should read, a quick grammar guide, an introduction to foreign languages, who that Pythagoras chap was, to a look at all the kings and queens, countries and their capitals, an introduction to classics and much more, it covers all subjects.
Perfect for any child who wants to stay one step ahead of their classmates, I Wish I Knew That is packed with informative titibits that will fascinate and enthrall young minds.
Steve Martin (Author) Steve Martin was born in Northumberland in the far north of England. After graduating in English, he spent many years teaching English to adults - including 15 years teaching literacy in prisons. Steve now lives in the English Midlands, with his wife and two sons and makes his living from a wide range of writing including children's non-fiction, business communication and developing e-learning materials. Mike Goldsmith (Author) Dr Mike Goldsmith holds a PhD in astrophysics from Keele University, and has written 40 books on a range of scientific topics for children and adults. He was also twice winner of the Institute of Physics Science Writing Competition and the Junior Aventis Science Prize. Marianne Taylor (Author) Marianne Taylor is a writer and editor whose career has been steered from the start by her obsessive interest in the natural world. She has written books on subjects from mountain gorillas and nature photography, to science and wildlife in London. She lives in Kent and, when not at her desk, is likely to be found in the nearest woodland, binoculars around neck and notebook in hand.