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Primary School Green Plants Books

  • Wildlife Wonders Collection - 6 Books - Collection - 9781445164137 - Pat Jacobs
    WLDW 7 years +
    Pat Jacobs
    7 years +
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    Have your children ever asked you why birds have feathers or why fish have gills? This collection of six science books will give them all the answers they need, while also providing an overview of the wonderful diversity of the natural world.

    Covering birds, fish, insects, mammals, plants and reptiles, each book explores the key characteristics of each species and looks at how their characteristics have evolved over time. This is all backed by easy-to-follow text, 3D artwork and eye-catching photographs.

    Perfect for nature lovers, all of these books are closely linked to the new National Science Curriculum and will boost understanding of wildlife classification and evolution.
    Format: paperback
  • Fundamental Science Collection - 10 Books - Collection - 9781911341970
    FNSC 5 years +
    5 years +
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    These 10 books cover everything children will be studying during their science lessons at Key Stage 1.

    With activities, experiments and ideas for investigations, they cover senses, health, everyday materials and so much more. Highly accessible, they're full of diagrams and helpful photographs to help children understand the notoriously tricky concepts.

    The books provide fascinating explanations of natural phenomena and encourage children to observe and investigate the world around them and think critically about anything scientific.

    Format: Paperback
  • I Wonder Why Collection - 20 Books - Collection - 9780753442944
    IWDR 5 years +
    5 years +
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    Inquisitive children will love this set of 20 fact-filled books which explore a variety of topics ranging from pirates and planes to penguins and pyramids.

    Written in a child-friendly and conversational style, these books are educational in an amusing and imaginative way and are sure to delight readers who want to know more about the world around them.

    Among the intriguing questions they provide answers to are 'why does the wind blow?', 'why does soap make bubbles?' and 'why did the Romans wear togas?'
  • The Animal Box Collection - 10 Books - Collection - 9780241329856
    ANLB 7 years +
    7 years +
    (1)
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    Covering living things ranging from invertebrates, fungi and plants to fish, birds, reptiles and mammals, this 10-book collection from DK will delight young nature lovers.

    These books are bursting with full-colour photographs of their subjects and easy-to-follow explanations about what each one is and their traits. There are even double-page photographs that highlight the species in their natural habitats.

    Related species are shown in proportion across the page that show children their varying sizes.
    Format: hardback
  • AQC2 6 years +
    Linda Staniford
    6 years +
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    Using the example of carrots, this accessible science book looks at how the vegetables we eat are produced - and why they're so good for us.

    It looks at how carrots are planted, grown and harvested and even how they're shipped to supermarkets on their way to our plates. It will help children learn how not all food is local and how some comes from further afield.
  • AAC2 5 years +
    Mary R. Dunn
    5 years +
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    Learn about how an apple tree grows and evolves from being a simple seed with this accessible, informative and entertaining science guide.

    This contemporary book is a useful study aid for science lessons and covers every stage of an apple tree's life cycle. It also has photographs to show how it changes its appearance.
  • AOK2 5 years +
    Mary R. Dunn
    5 years +
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    Learn all about how a sunflower grows from a seed to a tall plant with this accessible science book.

    It's sure to delight children with an interest in biology and offers a step-by-step guide to the stages of a sunflower's life. It also looks at how sunflowers change in appearance during this process.
  • AAY2 5 years +
    Mary R. Dunn
    5 years +
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    Learn all about how a bean grows from a seed and then to a plant with this accessible science book.

    From the seeds germinating to the bean pods that are picked for eating, this easy-to-follow book tells budding biology scientists everything they want to know about the life cycle of a bean.
  • APXAD 5 years +
    Jen Green
    5 years +
    • £12.99
    There are thousands of wild flower species, and no two look exactly alike. This book will help you explore the wonderful world of flowers. Learn about how they live, what there life cycles are and all about their different habitats from woodlands to meadows and even in towns and cities. It is part of The Great Nature Hunt a series of books for children aged 7+ which are a great resource for the Science curriculum. They help children make systematic and careful observations, gather data and record their findings. Each book is full of puzzles and challenges through which children can learn, while having fun.
  • APXAO 5 years +
    Peter Riley
    5 years +
    • £12.99
    Have you ever looked at the objects inside a curiosity box? What did you see and what did they feel like? Did you recognise some of them or were there things in there that you'd never seen before? Books that take the magical charm of collecting curiosities and join them together with the science behind some of the wonders of the natural world. Children will be inspired to take a closer look at objects and the world around them and begin to question how and why nature designs things in certain ways. Plants focuses on the different types of plants, including the trees, flowers, grasses and fungi you may encounter in habitats ranging from a park or garden, a field, a pond and a wood. Books that encourage KS1 readers to engage with core science and nature topics, while developing other key skills in thinking and reasoning in an utterly absorbing and charming way.
  • AIWPY 5 years +
    Wendy Madgwick
    5 years +
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    This title features 10 easy-to-follow experiments for learning fun. You can find out about nature and how things live! You can see how worms and snails move about, whether plants eat and drink, how frogs jump, and much more. Lively photographs and illustrations show children carrying out the practical projects in simple stages, making learning accessible and fun. It is ideal for school use by 5- to 7-year-olds, supplementing studies on life processes in the natural world. It contains guidance notes for grown-up helpers using the book to teach children at home. What does an ant's home look like? Why do flowers smell nice? How do birds fly? All these questions and many others are answered in this exciting book, which explores the amazing properties of animals and plants. Germinate seeds to find out what they need in order to grow. Turn off the lights to see which creatures like to come out at night. This series introduces younger readers to science in a structured but interesting way. Each book explores a different aspect of science. Fun activities encourage young children to explore and learn about the world around them, and complement the scientific points outlined in the simple introductory text.
  • ANDQU 5 years +
    5 years +
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    This stylish, highly illustrated, interactive book is perfect for sharing with little children, and introduces nature and science using a friendly lift-the-flap format. Text is kept to a mimimum. A brilliant introduction to one of the fundamental themes of biology, perfect for curious young minds.
  • AOLMN 5 years +
    Felicity Brooks
    5 years +
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    An accessible, informative first reference book that helps young children learn about trees, plants and funghi - what each of these things is, how to tell them apart, what each needs to survive and thrive, and their life cycles, including information about how they reproduce.
  • APNNH 6 years +
    Emma Helbrough
    6 years +
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    How do flowers grow in dry deserts? How do animals help to spread seeds? Which flower smells like rottng meat? Usborne Beginners are colourful information books for children beginning to read on their own.
  • AMQZU 8 years +
    Cath Senker
    8 years +
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    "This interesting book about competitive vegetable contests teaches readers about plant parts and plant reproduction."--
  • ARJPM 6 years +
    Kathryn Clay
    6 years +
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    Gardeners and farmers plant seeds. What will they grow? Spring is here! Celebrate the season with lovely photos and a simple design that beautifully support early readers.
  • ARJNG 4 years +
    Erika L. Shores
    4 years +
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    Ripe red apples hang from tree branches. Autumn is here! This title celebrates the season with this easy-to-read book. With a lovely photos and a simple design beautifully, this title supports early readers.
  • ARJNI
    Erika L. Shores
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    Leaves turn red, orange, and yellow. Autumn is here! This title celebrates the season with this easy-to-read book. It includes lovely photos and a simple design that beautifully support early readers.
  • AOWCC 4 years +
    Claire Throp
    4 years +
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    Books in this series introduce children to different parts of plants. Simple, accessible text breaks down crucial concepts and key vocabulary, and stunning photographs of a wide variety of plants show how diverse plants can be. In Roots, children learn about roots, including where they can be found, what they look like and the vital jobs they do for plants.
  • ANMIM 7 years +
    Melanie Waldron
    7 years +
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    Roots carry out vital jobs for all flowering plants, they collect water and nutrients and help to hold plants in place. This book provides readers with a complete and comprehensive understanding of the role of roots, their structure and how they are brilliantly designed to do these jobs. Clear diagrams, engaging text, and stunning photographs are used to explain how strong roots can be, how they work, what happens inside a root, how some roots can be used to store food, how new roots are formed and grow, root variation, and our relationship with roots. A wide range of examples present readers with roots they will be familiar with plus spectacular and unusual examples from around the world. These demonstrate what roots have in common and some incredible adaptations that allow plants to survive in different conditions and habitats. Two simple experiments help stimulate thought, reinforce learning, and bring the concepts to life.--
  • AOWCA 4 years +
    Claire Throp
    4 years +
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    Books in this series introduce children to different parts of plants. Simple, accessible text breaks down crucial concepts and key vocabulary, and stunning photographs of a wide variety of plants show how diverse plants can be. In Flowers, children learn about flowers, including where they can be found, what they look like and the vital job they do for plants.
  • AOHDI 7 years +
    Melanie Waldron
    7 years +
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    "Stems carry out vital jobs for all flowering plants, they hold plants up and carry water and food around each plant. This book provides readers with a complete and comprehensive understanding of the role of stems, their structure and how they are brilliantly designed to do these jobs. Clear diagrams, engaging text, and stunning photographs are used to explain the huge variation between stems from blades of grass to tree trunks, how stems work, what happens inside a stem, how stems form, why bendy stems and stiff stems can give plants different advantages, plants with underground stems that store food, stems that grow sideways and why, and our relationship with stems. A wide range of examples present readers with stems they will be familiar with plus spectacular and unusual examples from around the world. These demonstrate what stems have in common and some incredible stem adaptations that allow plants to survive in different conditions and habitats. Two simple experiments help stimulate thought, reinforce learning, and bring the concepts to life."--
  • ARJDD
    Isabel Thomas
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    Read and Experiment is an engaging series that uses fun experiments to introduce children to analytical thinking, scientific concepts and experimental procedures. Through fun, carefully designed experiments, it encourages children to get hands-on with science, asking questions and seeking their own answers by following the illustrated step-by-step instructions. The title gets them familiar with the science of plants.
  • AOWCE 4 years +
    Claire Throp
    4 years +
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    Books in this series introduce children to different parts of plants. Simple, accessible text breaks down crucial concepts and key vocabulary, and stunning photographs of a wide variety of plants show how diverse plants can be. In Stems, children learn about stems, including where they can be found, what they look like and the vital jobs they do for plants.