This series of Internet-linked titles covers a wide range of subjects. Vibrant photography and colourful illustrations combine with lively text and surprising facts to make these books difficult to put down.
This is a thrilling introduction to prehistoric times. It has fabulous illustrations and clear, simple text. It is an ideal reference book for school projects. It features a glossary, index and facts and records. It presents internet-links to amazing websites. What was the biggest dinosaur? When was the ice age? Why did the dinosaurs die out? Find out in...
This is a fantastic new edition of this bright and lively encyclopedia, introducing young readers to the wonders of the animal world. Filled with information on mammals, birds, reptiles, creepy-crawlies and waterlife, this book answers such questions as 'Which animal has a tongue as long as its body?'; 'How does a whale breath?'; '
This is a fantastic new edition of this bright and lively encyclopedia, introducing young readers to the wonders of the past. Filled with historical information from the first people, farmers, cities and civilisations all the way to the World Wars and the modern day, this book answers such questions as 'What were the pyramids for?
Why do things float? What happens to the food you eat? Find out the answers to these and many more questions in this lively book that introduces young readers to the wonders of science. It comes with simple text, amazing photographs and illustrations, fun science activities and exciting recommended Web sites.
An ideal book for children with lots of questions about the Solar System and the Universe such as 'What are stars made of?' 'Why does the moon shine?' and 'What do astronauts wear? This charming encyclopedia is full of simple, easy-to-read text and lively, detailed illustrations, introducing young readers to the basic concepts of space.
This is a fantastic new edition of this bright and lively encyclopedia, introducing young readers to the wonders of the human body. Filled with information on the brain, respiration, circulation and the senses, this book answers such questions as 'Where does your food go?' 'How many bones are there in your body?' and 'What are eyelashes for?'.
This fact-packed introduction to the wonders of the sea covers subjects including coral reefs, whales and dolphins, undersea exploration and environmental threats. With internet links to exciting websites, including a virtual tour of the seabed and downloadable images of weird and wonderful sea creatures, easy-to-read text and superb photographs.
Follow baby Dolphin on his great adventure in the big blue ocean with this perfect first reference book, teeming with new discoveries. The moment Dolphin Baby pops into the blue, he swims up, up, up...and takes his very first breath. From then on, the baby calf swims close to his mother's side, discovering all there is to know about life under the sea.
Find out about the largest mammal on the planet in this fun, informative, award-winning picture book, part of the Nature Storybooks series. The blue whale is the biggest animal that has ever lived on Earth. Curious young minds will love reading this sensuous exploration of what a blue whale feels, sounds and smells like, and learning facts about a whale's...
Watch a caterpillar metamorphose into a butterfly in this fun, informative, award-winning picture book, part of the Nature Storybooks series. Curious young minds will love discovering each stage in the journey, from wriggly green caterpillar to the beautiful butterfly, in this picture book which combines story with information.
Meet Henry, an ordinary boy in an extraordinary house...There's a big bug in the wardrobe and a scorpion in the shed. Step inside Henry's House and join Henry, Jaggers the caretaker and a quirky cast of characters as they find out about creepy-crawlies. Fact-packed, fun-packed, get packed ...and head for Henry's House.
Meet Henry, an ordinary boy in an extraordinary house...There's a diplodocus in the basement and fossil footprints in the garden! Step inside Henry's House and join Henry, Jaggers the caretaker and a quirky cast of characters as they find out about dinosaurs. Fact-packed, fun-packed, get packed ...and head for Henry's House!
This is a great fun flap book packed with interesting information about space, and the amazing things that float through it - stars, moons, comets, and the planets of our solar system. Each double-page spread has a stunning colour illustration, and several flaps to lift to find out more about what's going on in the scene - such as what goes inside the...
Lift the flaps to discover what life is like aboard bloodthirsty Black Dan's fearsome pirate ship. Watch the pirates capture a merchant ship and follow them to a desert island in search of buried treasure.
This is a fascinating flap book packed with interesting information about cars, from how the first automobiles were invented, to how speedy racing cars get around tracks. Each of the seven double-page spreads have several flaps to lift, many with double flaps, and several of them also have fun paper technology such as sliding a race car or moving a car...
This is a wonderful flap book introducing children to the way their own bodies work in a fun and informative way. It is a new, smaller format of the "Look Inside" series, perfect for little fingers. It is full of surprises to keep enquiring minds entertained, including flaps beneath flaps and a cheeky peek inside a toilet cubicle.
This is a re-sized edition of the original flap book that introduces the fascinating world of science in a simple and engaging way for younger readers. It is full of surprises to keep enquiring minds entertained, including flaps beneath flaps. It includes basic science topics from how plants grow to astronomy and forces.
Travel back in time to Ancient Rome with this innovative flap book. Young readers can follow the life of a Roman family as they go to the baths, visit the markets and watch a chariot race.
A lift-the-flap information book for young readers which explores life in ancient Egypt, in particular the rituals that the Egyptian pyramids undertoo in preparation for the afterlife.
What is the earth made of and what goes on beneath the surface? This non-fiction lift-the-flap book features bold illustrations, simple explanations to complex questions and over 60 flaps to lift. An introduction to geology and geography for young children.
This is an innovative flap book offering a fascinating glimpse behind the scenes of a busy castle. Amid the hustle and bustle, find flaps beneath flaps and many more surprises to keep enquiring minds entertained. Young readers can meet lords, ladies, knights and squires and find out how they live, work, fight and relax in their magnificent castle home.