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ASE publications are designed to provide advice, support and information to those involved in science education at all stages of their professional development.

ASE members enjoy substantial discounts on all resources. If you are not a member, you can join here. A £1.00 post-surcharge is applied per order to UK addresses. At the bottom of this page you can search our selection of titles.

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Click here to View Product Detail Decorative Image: Product Image Exploring Science with Young Children
New - Shortlisted for the ASE Book Award
Science in the early years is about more than developing understanding of key scientific concepts. It is about encouraging imagination, creativity and curiosity and nurturing key scientific skills to form a firm base for learning.
Type  Price  
Member  17.50  
Non-Member  25.00  
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Click here to View Product Detail Decorative Image: Product Image Self-Destructing Science: Space
New - Shortlisted for the ASE Book Award 2016
Warning: this book will self-destruct! Packed full of fun and exciting projects which use its pages in different ways, this book will have you tearing, folding, cutting, experimenting and scribbling as you find out all about the wonders of space.
Type  Price  
Member  6.00  
Non-Member  8.99  
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Click here to View Product Detail Decorative Image: Product Image The Abyss of Time
New - Winner of the ASE Book Award 2016
Paul Lyle examines how our fascination with time has developed from our earliest ancestors' recognition of the cycles of the sun and the moon. It considers the passage of time as a series of non-repeatable events, Time's Arrow, in contrast to time as a series of repeated processes, Time's Cycle, both of which can be used to explain geological features on the Earth's surface.
Type  Price  
Member  18.00  
Non-Member  24.99  
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