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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.
Our lives have been taken over by a tiny virus we can't even see. But what IS a virus? How do viruses spread? Why should everyone keep washing their hands? How does a vaccine work? And what can we do to STAY WELL? Lift the flaps to find out.
This thoughtful book explores how to be kind and why kindness is so important. A range of questions help children and their grown-ups to think, and talk, about being kind to others and ourselves, as well as nature and our planet. Beautiful illustrations by Christine Pym help young children to understand big concepts by setting them in a world of friendly...
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.
Answering young children's questions about racism is hard. This book gives both children and adults the language and sensitivity they need to talk about the topic. It gently explains what racism is, how it happens, why it is NEVER acceptable and what each and every one of us can do to eradicate it.
Clamber up branches and peek through leaves to discover the wonderful jobs trees do, from cleaning our air and keeping us cool to protecting our planet and providing homes for all kinds of wildlife.
Meet a cast of characterful frogs who hop their way in and out of a range of relatable scenarios, receiving lots of helpful advice along the way.
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.
Lift the flaps to discover the answers to all kinds of delightful questions, from whether hibernators get hungry and how honeybees stay warm, to which animals migrate the furthest and why they don't need maps.
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.