From earthquakes to satellites, mummies to river monsters, tour the world with this fully updated, action-packed atlas. This ultimate children's atlas brings Earth to life through more than 60 striking, specially commissioned 3D maps that will take you on a fact-filled tour of the world.
Go star-spotting, find out about cave-dwelling creatures, and discover a whole world of fascinating information about our planet in this gorgeously illustrated two-in-one book about the world. Read one way, Up and Down focuses on what's up above us - clouds, stars, the Sun and Moon and things that fly.
From prehistory to the present day, colours have shaped our world in more ways than you might expect. In The Stories and Secrets of Colour, young readers can explore the many meanings behind and uses for colour all over the world, from the Tuareg people of North Africa and their striking blue clothes, to why saffron is so expensive and what makes...
The Spectacular Science of Buildings is guaranteed to answer all those tricky questions that children ask about buildings, bridges, and other structures - and that parents often struggle to answer. Find out: How did the Egyptians build the Great Pyramid of Giza? How can skyscrapers keep getting taller? How do guests stay warm in an ice hotel? And many,...
Kids will be able to say "I can do that!" after reading this value-packed resource dedicated to learning independent life skills. "Really great. I've been waiting for a book like this for a very long time with photos and illustrations that can be understood by a child who can't read yet.
A thought-provoking way of looking at world history and our place within it. About 10,000 years ago marks a major turning point in the history of life on Earth for humankind as people settled down and built towns and cities. Importantly, during this period, they began to record their activities and achievements.
Do you know what you want to do when you grow up? Why not work as a babysitter . . .for sloths? Or become a farmer . . .of corpses? You might even grow up to be someone who gets paid to actually sleep on the job! From taste testers to dinosaur dusters, there are all kinds of incredible jobs that you've probably never heard of . . .
Find out what children eat all around the world in this beautifully illustrated book, written by bestselling poet and author Laura Mucha, alongside acclaimed cookbook author Ed Smith. From pasta to passionfruit, baguettes to biryani, ramen to rambutan, there are so many different dishes and delicacies all around the world.
Friendships are of vital importance for all age-groups and good friendships go hand-in-hand with good mental health. But what is a friend, and why do we need them so much? This insightful guide explores how we can make friends, how we can keep them, what makes a good friend and whether we need best friends.
An inviting feast of festivals, from well-known celebrations, such as Christmas, Hannukah, Eid and Diwali, to more surprising events such as the Woolly Worm Caterpillar Race and the Hungry Ghosts' Feast. Young children can dip in at any page and feel all the fun of the celebration, while learning about different cultures and traditions.
A modern and inclusive guide to help every child understand their journey from childhood to being a grown-up. Growing up is a natural part of life, and every child deserves to understand the different ways their body may change as they grow older. While puberty happens to everyone, every child's journey from childhood to being a grown-up will be as unique...
A friendly, fascinating book about how to work in the crime-fighting industry, written by Detective Constable Alexandra Beever. Do you have what it takes to become a detective, a crime scene investigator or a forensic scientist?
From what happens when you swallow to why poo is brown, this enlightening book takes a rumbling, gurgling trip through the digestive system, meeting helpful juices, blood cells, vitamins and minerals along the way. Discover the stages of digestion, the roles your teeth, tongue, liver and pancreas play, and how different foods help our bodies to function.
This spectacular book will keep curious children enthralled the whole year through with 365 astounding facts (and an extra fact for a leap year). If you ever wanted to know how kestrels use wee to catch their prey, who sent a car into space and which country has a mosquito-swatting championship, then this quirkily illustrated book is for you.
A powerful graphic novel exploring the struggle for survival of displaced people. With true stories from Ukraine, Somalia, Bosnia, Syria and Afghanistan, this moving book collects important tales about the real journeys of people forced from their homes by conflict. Somalia: 'It was a normal, boring day.
From earthquakes to satellites, mummies to river monsters, tour the world on an action-packed journey of fun fact discovery. This unique children's atlas brings Earth to life through more than 60 stunning, specially commissioned 3D maps that take you on a fact-filled tour of the world. From climate change, pandemics, and endangered animals, to the...
From Big Ben going "bong" to red buses trundling past and pigeons cooing in Trafalgar Square, all the iconic sounds of London come to life when you press the buttons in this exciting book. There are ten sounds to hear as you find out about the most famous places in one of the world's great cities.
Set off on a thrilling journey around the world in this incredible atlas for kids - packed full of beautiful illustrations and photographs. Discover the world map-by-map with this exciting world atlas book for children, featuring more than 50 maps! Each page is filled with fascinating information, facts and colourful illustrations of our world.
Enter Christine Pym's adorable bug world and discover the importance of taking turns, being fair and sharing our planet with all living things. There's plenty to talk about and be inspired by.
This book WON'T test your mental maths or teach you countless ways to find x. It WILL show you just how fascinating maths can be. Can maths make people rich? Can formulas predict which sports teams will win more games? Can equations explain the mysteries of the universe? The short answer to all these is YES.
From sunset to sunrise, discover the secrets of night time - why it happens, where the Sun goes... and what the night sky can tell us about the universe. Playful flaps, delightful illustrations and friendly text explain the science behind the cycle of day and night, summer and winter.