How can YOU help save our planet? This awesome and inspiring guide, written by McFly bassist and environmental activist Dougie Poynter, will show you how to get involved in the mission to cut out single-use plastic. Plastic is everywhere and it sucks. It fills up our oceans, endangers our wildlife and never goes away.
A book jam-packed with eight creative activities to make beautiful objects from recycled everyday materials, each requiring just three simple steps and including variations that offer ideas for additional projects.
Discover lots of interesting things to see and do outdoors in this lovely book for grown-ups and children to share. Learn about beachcombing, animal tracking and stargazing, meet lots of birds, bugs and plants, and find advice for children on how to take care when they're out and about. With website links for even more outdoor activities.
This environmentally positive book contains everything children need to become guardians of the planet. Kids can learn how to become keepers of the coasts, friends of the forests, home heroes and much more through a mix of compelling facts, creative activities and proactive tips.
Everything is made of stuff. Some things are made of paper, like this book. And some things are made of PLASTIC.If you look around you, plastic is everywhere. Even in places where it's not meant to be. If it drops to the ground, it doesn't rot away - it sticks around for ever.Our world is drowning in plastic, and it's a big problem.
The story of Greta Thunberg, the schoolgirl who inspired a worldwide climate change movement. It's 20 August 2018, late summer in Stockholm, and it feels incredibly hot in the city. The TV news reports rising temperatures, and there have been numerous fires throughout Sweden.
Have you got 2 minutes? That's all the time it takes to become a #2minutesuperhero. Plastic is everywhere. It is in the rivers and it is in the sea.We need superheroes to fight plastic and help save our oceans.
Graphic illustrator Simon Tyler explores the extremes of our planet - and the people who venture there - in his bold and colourful styleFollowing on from the magnificent Adventures in Space, comes a compendium on a topic closer to home - our planet, the Earth. Learn about the highest and deepest, hottest and coldest places on Earth - travel to the...
A wonderful celebration of history's most remarkable journey; published to celebrate 160 years of Charles Darwin's ground-breaking text on evolution: On The Origin of SpeciesStep on-board The Beagle and follow the remarkable journey that inspired almost all modern-day knowledge of the natural world.
Everything you need to know about what we're doing to our environment, good and bad, from pollution and litter to renewable energy and plastic recycling. This environmental book will teach keen young ecologists about our actions affect planet Earth. Discover shocking facts about the waste we produce and where it goes.
Steve Parker presents the world of fossils in detail. Discover how fossils are formed, how and why they're excavated, what they tell us about ancient life on Earth, fossil hot spots and famous fossil hunters.
Did you know that rain sometimes falls red? Or that the equivalent of one truckload of plastic is dumped in our oceans every minute? This visually stunning book is filled with 100 fascinating facts, bright, infographic illustrations, information on ways we can help our planet and links to specially selected websites to find out more.
CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF HORRIBLE GEOGRAPHY! Read the terrifying diaries of volcano survivors, get clued up with the spotter's guide to eruptions, plan an action-packed holiday with the volcano vacation guide and marvel at red-hot volcanic rocks the size of cars. It's sizzling hot stuff!
CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF HORRIBLE GEOGRAPHY! Ever wondered where in the world tornadoes rip houses from theground? Or frozen turtles fall from the sky? Get all the answers and more in this book, where the weather makes the rules. Filled with hilarious illustrations by Mike Phillips, HORRIBLE GEOGRAPHY is the perfect escapism from miserable maps, rotten...
CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF HORRIBLE GEOGRAPHY! Learn all about the weird and wonderful creatures lurking below the river's surface, from the Amazon's crushing anaconda snake and naughty nibbling piranhas to the electric eels that will give you a nasty shock! Snigger as you sneak a peek at the river's sandy bottom! Swim for your life as you reach the edge of...
CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF HORRIBLE GEOGRAPHY! Discover where in the world you can tuck into a poisonous pufferfish, spot some perilous pirates and explore the savage seabed! Filled with hilarious illustrations by Mike Phillips, HORRIBLE GEOGRAPHY is the perfect escapism from miserable maps, rottenrock piles and dire diagrams. Hold tight!
CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF HORRIBLE GEOGRAPHY! Discover what it takes to be an earthquake expert, learn how to survive when an earthquake hits, and discover how rats and snakes can predict tremors. Filled with hilarious illustrations by Mike Phillips, HORRIBLE GEOGRAPHY is the perfect escapism from miserable maps, rottenrock piles and dire diagrams.
CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF HORRIBLE GEOGRAPHY! Discover where in the world you can hide from vicious vampire bats, spot spiders the size of dinner plates and peer down the tallest trees in the planet. Are you ready to explore the world's jungliest jungles and climb their tallest trees, smell their stinkiest plants and meet their hairiest insects?
Aaarrggh! The planet is in peril. Can you help to fix it with these cool earth-saving tips? Planet in Peril is the ultra useful, totally indispensable, environmental handbook that no child should be without. In your Horrible Geography earth-saving handbook, you'll find out how to stomp on your carbon footprint, discover rubbish ways to watch your waste...
Find out about exotic plants, explore beautiful beaches and see the world through an animal's eyes. Explore our wonderful world in this fascinating collection of seven Read with Oxford non-fiction texts, ideal for children who are developing early reading skills.
Find out about stinky flowers and giant trees, discover the amazing ways creatures use tricks to hide or find food, and sort fact from fiction in the animal quiz. Explore the fantastic nature all around you in this fascinating collection of six Read with Oxford non-fiction texts, ideal for children who are growing in reading confidence.
'Stands out, amid shoals of ocean-focused fact books, for its friendly and appealing design; it has clearly been made not for the coffee table but for children to use and enjoy.' The Guardian'It is a masterful execution of Albert Einstein's dictum that everything should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler.'
Discover the natural world by reading, making and creating. Whether it's wandering in woodlands or watching wildlife, being outdoors in nature is a favourite activity for children. Clare Beaton shares her passion for the world around us and suggests creative nature crafts for adults and children to enjoy together.
What makes it rain? How do rainbows appear? How hot is the sun? Why does lightning flash? Where does wind come from? Young children can find out the answers to these questions and more by lifting the flaps in this friendly, illustrated introduction to the science of weather.