AVENTIS (RHONE-POULENC) 
JUNIOR PRIZE 
FOR 
SCIENCE BOOKS
1988-2002

This Aventis Prize, previously known as the Rhone-Poulenc Prize, is awarded annualy by the Science Museum and COPUS, and sponsored by the international life sciences and specialty chemical company, Rhone-Poulenc. Prizes are awarded to popular science and technology books in two categories: a General Prize for the best book written for the general reader; and a Junior Prize for the best book written for under-14s. Winners for the Junior Prize are as follows.

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2002 Richard Walker DK Guide to the Human Body
2001 Michael Allaby & Dorling Kindersley DK Guide to Weather
2000 Peter Bond  DK Eyewitness Guide to Space
1999 Kirsteen Rogers The Complete Book of the Microscope
1998 David Lambert Kingfisher Book of the Oceans
1997 Nick Arnold & Tony de Saulles Blood Bones and Body Bits
1997 Nick Arnold & Tony de Saulles Ugly Bugs
1996 Chris Maynard The World of Weather
1995 Jay Young The Most Amazing Pop-Up Science Book
1994 Linda Gamlin Eyewitness Guide: Evolution
1994 Rebecca Heddle & Paul Shipton Science with Weather
1994 David Lambert The Ultimate Dinosaur Book
1993 Thompson Yardley Mighty Microbes
1992 Peter Rowan The Amazing Voyage of the Cucumber Sandwich
1991 Fran Balkwill & Mic Rolph Cells are Us & Cell Wars
1990 Susan Mayes Starting Point Science Series: What Makes a Flower Grow? What Makes it Rain? What's Under the Ground? Where Does Electricity Come From?
1989 David Macaulay & Neil Ardley The Way Things Work
1988 Roger Kerrod Science Alive - Living Things

 
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