Posted on 2015/03/08 in General, tagged as Camden School for Girls, Helen Russell, Victoria Young, cordelia fine, gretchen reynolds, introducing, maryanne wolf, nessa carey, tanith carey, victoria williamson
As it’s International Women’s Day, we wanted to celebrate by featuring some of our female authors. So, here are some of our most successful, exciting and innovative books written by women! Delusions of Gender: The Real Science Behind Sex Differences… Read more »
New Books Published In June: Harry’s Last Stand, The Quantum Age, Tales from the Turf & Introducing Lévi-Strauss: A Graphic Guide
Check out the new books we published this month! Harry’s Last Stand is 91-year-old Yorkshireman and RAF veteran Harry Leslie Smith’s unique perspective on NHS cutbacks, benefits policy, political corruption, food poverty, the cost of education – and… Read more »
17th – 23rd March is the first Shakespeare Week and we thought we’d celebrate by featuring Shakespeare on Toast and Introducing Shakespeare: A Graphic Guide. Shakespeare Week is a ‘new national, annual celebration, to inspire primary school children… Read more »
As it’s International Women’s Day, we wanted to celebrate by featuring some of our female authors. Women are often underrepresented as non-fiction authors and opinion-influences, but some of our most successful, exciting and innovative books are writ… Read more »
New Books Published in March: You Are the Music, Cracked, Introducing Walter Benjamin & 30-Second Brain
It’s publication day for Icon Books and this month we have four smart-thinking books to share with you! Do babies remember music from the womb? Can classical music increase your child’s IQ? Is music good for productivity? You Are the Music is a brill… Read more »
In September last year, to celebrate the publication of Tom Whyntie and Oliver Pugh’s Introducing Particle Physics, we ran a competition, in association with Blackwells and the Rutherford-Appleton Laboratory, to win a rare visit to the ISIS particle… Read more »
2014 is nearly upon us! This week, the Icon Books team will be sharing with you two books that we’ve each enjoyed reading in 2013, including one book of our own. Let us know which books you’ve enjoyed this year in the comments or @iconbooks! Kate (Co… Read more »
Blackwells’ competition to visit ISIS at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory and see a particle accelerator up close ends soon!
Posted on 2013/09/23 in General, tagged as introducing
Have you ever wanted to see a particle accelerator up close? Your chance is coming to an end! Our competition to visit ISIS at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory and see a particle accelerator closes on Thursday 26th September. You and a friend could… Read more »
Win an exclusive trip to ISIS at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory and see a particle accelerator up close!
Posted on 2013/08/30 in Competitions, tagged as introducing
As Particle Physics: A Graphic Guide by Tom Whyntie & Oliver Pugh is published next month, we have partnered with Blackwell’s and ISIS to offer a unique prize: the chance to see a particle accelerator up close! You will get to see particle accele… Read more »