Are we still 'United in Diversity'? Forty-five artists from across Europe share their powerful illustrations of the European Union's shared past and our unsure future. From Brexit bees to wall-jumping bulls, Drawing Europe Together is a unique collection portraying the European community . .
From the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand to the signing of the Treaty of Versailles, The National Archives: World War I takes a look at how this devastating war shook the world one hundred years ago. Packed full of amazing photographs and original documents from the National Archives, real-life artifacts and documentation enable readers to build...
The perfect introduction to the amazing and fascinating world of dinosaurs - complete with two great dinosaur toys! Including facts on the different species, what dinosaurs might have looked like and how fossils have helped us understand these mysterious creatures.
So you want to go into space? WHY?! (No, really - it's sort of a terrible idea. We humans are perfectly designed for life on Earth. We can walk around, breathe, drink water, eat vegetables, read books, not get poisoned or crushed to death when we go outside - it's lovely right where we are.) Not convinced? GOOD!
Find out about the world's most fearsome animals in this fact-packed book. Killer Creatures includes facts, stats, and fun quizzes about the fifty most dangerous creatures in the world. From electric eels to lethal lions, deadly scorpions to great white sharks, this book is bursting with real-life monsters.
A thrilling nonfiction companion to the Jurassic World film franchise! Includes a full-length nonfiction book illustrated with heart-racing film stills and two eggs to crack open with collectible dinosaur babies inside!At Jurassic World, scientists miraculously brought long-extinct dinosaurs back to life as well as created brand-new hybrids the world had...
Valorie Fisher takes infographics to a new level with bright, colorful visuals that are perfect for young, inquisitive minds. Her eye-catching mix of photographs and illustrations compels readers to dive in and explore how things work -- from paper airplanes to straws, crayons to kites, pencils to boats.
Discover how engineers solve problems in this innovative activity book, filled with inventions to brainstorm, puzzles to solve and objects to design. Create an earthquake detector, design a moon base and lots more, all using only the book and your pencil case. Includes downloadable templates and links to websites with more engineering experiments.
Think like a scientist in this innovative activity book, full of science activities to explore, record, discover and invent. Investigate forces, turbines, mirror writing, skeletons, animal migration and lots more, all using only the book and your pencil case. Includes links to websites with even more science activities and downloadable templates.
Did you know there's a single spot on your brain that recognizes numbers? Or that the first computer bugs were actual insects and that most of the internet is under water? This fascinating book is filled with 100 fascinating facts, bright, infographic illustrations, a glossary and index and links to specially selected websites to find out more.
This laugh-out-loud book is bursting with facts, lists, jokes and funny stories all about nature! From the hilarious Andy Seed, winner of the Blue Peter Book Award 2015 for Best Books with Facts, comes the amazing Wild Facts About Nature, published in partnership with the RSPB. What spectacular bird can't fly but can swim?
Set your sails east with this stunningly original new history of the world. Peter Frankopan, number one bestselling author and historian explores the connections made by people, trade, disease, war, religion, adventure, science and technology in this extraordinary book about how the east married the west with a remarkable voyage at its heart - the journey...
This beautifully illustrated collection contains all of Charles Dickens' novels retold for young readers, including Oliver Twist, Great Expectations, A Tale of Two Cities and A Christmas Carol. There are notes on the characters and quotations from the original text, plus links to websites to find out more about Charles Dickens' life and times.