Kids love to be the experts! Now they can feel like real pros with this exciting nonfiction series for beginning readers. Kids will be hooked on the thrilling real-world topics and big, bright photos. Each book features simple sentences and sight words that children can practice reading.
A thought-provoking book for children aged 5+ years that explores biodiversity and opens up key discussions about the environment and the topical issues highlighted in David Attenborough's documentary Extinction: The Facts. There are estimated to be around 20 quintillion animals living on Earth, but it's tricky to picture so many animals! So instead,...
Learn how you can save endangered animals and make the world a better place, too!From beetles and butterflies, to puffins and polar bears, animals and habitats all over the world need our protection. In this beautifully illustrated book, children (and adults!) can learn about thirteen different habitats
Meet nature's oddballs in this charming board book about some of the strangest animals in the worldBarnyard animals-move over! Odd Beasts introduces babies and toddlers to more unusual species, including the glass frog with transparent skin and the pangolin-the only mammal with scales!
Embark on an action-packed, first-class tour and explore the homes of Earth's most awe-inspiring animals!This illustrated children's atlas brings the animal kingdom to life like never before through spectacular, specially commissioned 3D maps and artworks. A fact-filled adventure of a lifetime awaits, are you ready?Inside the pages of this visually...
A friendly and fascinating book about how to work with animals, for children from 6+, written by vet and CBeebies presenter Dr Jess French Do you have what it takes to become a vet, a horse trainer or to work at a nature reserve? Find out all about the incredible animal jobs you could do, from training to become an animal behaviourist or a wildlife...
Why do camels have humps? Why do turtles have shells? And why do fish have fins and birds have wings? Young animal lovers can find the answers to these questions and many more in this lift-the-flap information book. With colourful illustrations, simple text and chunky flaps to lift, and links to carefully selected websites with videos and activities.
Why do bees have furry bodies? What happens inside a beehive? How do bees know where to find flowers? Find out all about the amazing world of bees in this illustrated flap book for young children, with a focus on why bees are so important, and all the jobs they do that keep the planet healthy.
The perfect introduction to minibeasts for children aged 8-12!Ideal for any budding wildlife explorers, this book encourages children to get outside and spot minibeasts in the wild! It is packed with fun activities and useful information about how to identify minibeasts whilst out and about, whether in a garden or adventuring further afield.
Crazy but true, life on Earth can't exist without poo! Starting with human sewage then moving on to animal poo, this surprisingly charming lift-the-flap book explores what happens when we flush, what animal toilets look like, why animals don't need to flush and just how important poo is - for a myriad of fascinating (and sometimes yucky) reasons.
Fly Guy is buzzing to learn all about the world's weirdest animals! While on a field trip to the zoo, Buzz and Fly Guy discover the world is filled with weird and unusual animals! From blobfish to naked mole rats, there's plenty for the best friends to explore.
SPLASH! Dive down deep and go on an incredible journey into our oceans. With over 80 flaps to lift, discover the mind-boggling array of animals and plants that live under the sea, and find out why - without the oceans - life on Earth wouldn't even exist. With Usborne Quicklinks to specially selected websites for videos and information on how you can help...
A look at animals and plants from the point of view of their amazing scientific adaptations. Join bestselling author Steve Mould to uncover nature's greatest scientists, engineers, and mathematicians from plants that can count to architect insects. If you thought all scientists wear white coats and work in labs, think again!
Where do animals build their homes? How do they survive in very hot and cold climates? Why are so many species endangered? Discover the answers to all these questions and many more in The Animal Atlas. This lavishly illustrated nature book takes children on a tour, continent by continent, to meet the animals of the world.
Enter the kingdom of bugs and their close relatives for a magical journey through the forest floor, down into the deepest caves, and even across the open ocean... Insects, arachnids, worms, and molluscs are crawling across the pages of this colourful bug book, which combines gorgeous illustrations and photos to help young animal enthusiasts spot and learn...
Every child should experience the excitement of finding tadpoles and watching them grow, and this lift-the-flap board book perfectly captures the fun of this experience. With friendly, read-aloud text, beautiful photos and illustrations, and surprise flaps, the easy-to-follow pages explain the complete life cycle of a frog to young children.
Explore the link between humans and the animal kingdom! From food chains to endangered species, a curious pack of fascinating facts and figures is now at your fingertips. What you learn might just stay with you for the rest of your life. The wide world awaits!