Before telephones were invented, there was no way for you to sing "Happy Birthday" to your friend is she wasn´t in the room with you. Now you can call anyone, anywhere in the world! How was the phone invented? How has it changed since then? Read and find out how a telephone can carry your voice across oceans and how it has changed the world.
The Ancient Greeks created one of the world´s earliest and greatest civilizations. Find out about the origins of the Greek world, how the Greeks governed themselves, and how they led the ancient world in building, science and art.
The Celts were fearsome warriors, but they also developed trade routes across Europe and made beautiful jewellery. Find out about Celtic tribes, how Boudicca rebelled against the Romans, and how the Celts celebrated with feasts and festivals.
William Shakespeare is the world´s most famous playwright and his plays are still popular today. You can learn what life was like in Tudor England, find out where Shakespeare grew up, read about the busy theatres and discover which of Shakespeare´s characters Queen Elizabeth I like best!
How did an untidy doctor change the world? Who really invented the radio? And what on earth inspired engineers to try to build a space rocket? Lift the flaps to discover the amazing stories behind some of the world´s most ground-breaking inventions. Age 6+
Take a look inside your head. It´s really important, because it protects your amazing brain. Your brain creates your mind, which is what makes you who you are. Find out how your brain controls your senses, and even how to see inside someone else´s mind.