You should learn something new every day!

February 16, 2015

The team at Miles Kelly loves learning new things and understanding how things work, and we want to inspire learning and encourage kids to read more books this half term! Without our amazing authors, we wouldn’t know half as much as we do, and we’re still learning every day.

So we decided to ask some of the brains and thinkers behind our How Things Work, Super Science Experiments and Project Space books, what made them want to learn something new?

 Ian Graham discusses where his passion for space first began. Read more here.

John Farndon says that curiosity is the driving force for him to write books. Read more here.

                  

Find out about our half term competition to WIN a copy of our featured books! 

Why do you like learning something new? Let us know in the comments section below or via Facebook or Twitter.





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