This series look at why and how things happen, the effects, and the consequences of when things go a bit wrong
What happens in the rainforest when it gets too hot, animals get hungry or too many trees get chopped down? Actions in the rainforest can have a dramatic effect on the life of creature living there - and for the whole planet!
Cause, Effect and Chaos! explores the relationship between things, their actions and reactions, and what happens when processes don't go according to plan. From the unfortunate to the truly catastrophic, discover how things work in the world and beyond.
Each spread follows a narrative chain with fun illustrations and arrows leading the reader through a different action, process or phenomenon.
This highly visual approach, with simple text, makes it the perfect series for imparting STEM and geography concepts at a KS2 level.
Paul Mason's interest in writing stems from his childhood when he won the Scripture Prize in his last year at Primary School. He now is an experienced freelance writer and editor of a variety of children's information books, with subjects including extreme sports, geography and travel. He has a degree in anthropology, has worked in Turkey and taught English as a foreign language. Paul is a keen sportsman and particularly enjoys surfing, mountain biking and snowboarding.