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The Speed of Nearly Everything: From Tobogganing Penguins to Neutron Stars

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Fast things, slow things, how we measure them, how we estimate them. Originally listed as 'The Fast Book', but renamed, prior to publication, which will now be November 1, 2008 in Australia and November 17 in Britain.
Paperback, 220 pages
Published November 1st 2008 by Pier 9
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Happy grandfather, travels, writes for adults and youngsters, mainly history or science. Published by the National Library of Australia (Australian Backyard Naturalist May 2012, another book Curious Minds October, 2012, Big Book of Australian History, 2013). Talks on ABC (RN), translated into 7 other languages. Winner of the W.A. Premier's Prize for Children's Literature 2013 and other awards.

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