This hardback is a full-colour picture atlas that will help children aged 5 and over learn all about the world around them.
There are 15 beautifully illustrated maps for children to pore over and they explain all about different countries, continents, oceans, mountains and ice caps. A celebration of our amazing planet, it also explains where animals and people live.
This book also contains fascinating facts about each country.
Bright ideas for budding scientists.
Each of these books gives students the chance to work scientifically. From plants to animal life cycles and the human body, they are packed with facts, activities and experiments.
They will encourage children to gather, record, classify and present the data they capture and draw their own conclusions about their findings. They will also help them ask more questions about all types of science.
Tour Britain and Ireland without leaving your home...
The Usborne Illustrated Atlas of Britain and Ireland gives children the chance to journey around the British Isles - all the way from the craggy far north of Scotland to the rolling green fields in the south east of England. The maps reveal tidbits and facts about various cities that range from where Isaac Newton was born and where banoffee pie was invented!
It has plenty of facts to pore over alongside lively illustrations and colourful picture maps. It also highlights famous landmarks, towns and cities, wildlife, customs and significant moments from each country's history.
Curious Pearl is seriously into science! In a series that defies stereotypes, Pearl is a strong female character who wants to introduce everyone to the important STEM topics.
Each book has an easy-to-follow narrative style that will help enhance a child's understanding of the topic discussed as Pearl learns all about science topics through play e.g. forces and motion while playing football.
These books cover the concepts of matter, seasons, migration, light and more in great detail - and are sure to help inspire your little scientist to make their own discoveries.
Find adventure, have fun outdoors and be a rock detective with this ultimate explorer guide from National Geographic Kids!
Packed with facts and photos, this fun guide is perfect for getting children outside to discover the amazing world underneath their feet.
It contains the most common rocks and minerals in Great Britain and Ireland and is a great size for taking in backpacks on day trips or camping holidays.
Have your children ever asked what happens to rubbish once you've thrown it out or where the water from taps actually comes from?
Stuff You Should Know answers these questions and more in an interactive style: there are double-page spreads that tell you what happens when you phone for a pizza or post a letter to the other side of the world.
How can YOU help save our planet from plastic?
McFly man Dougie Poynter's Plastic Sucks! is a book full of clear and easy ideas and advice that will help children cut out single-use plastic and live a more environmentally friendly life.
Dougie explains how plastic fills up our oceans and endangers our wildlife and how the time to take action is NOW. He also discusses the history of plastic and introduces campaigners and reveals how, by working together, we can reduce and replace plastic.
Explore planet Earth's most impressive natural processes with this fact-filled collection and discover how these shape our world.
With clear illustrations and informative text, each book provides an intriguing insight into natural disasters by looking in detail at their causes and effects.
Ranging from volcanoes and earthquakes to landslides and avalanches, young science-obsessed readers will be able to examine our planet's most destructive geographical events and answer important questions surrounding each process.
This book takes children on an exciting journey through the world's most interesting and important festivals, celebrations and holidays.
It contains a combination of Katy Halford's beautiful, original illustrations and fascinating facts (regarding everything from costumes to food) that will help children understand about a vast range of cultures and religions from different countries and continents.
It reveals why skeletons dance at the Day of the Dead and who cleans up La Tomatina (the world's biggest tomato fight) in Spain.
Learn what to pack, how to build your own raft and how to spot river animals and wildlife with this pocked-sized adventure guide from the experts at The National Trust.
Also revealing how to catch a fish, this book is packed with fun games to play on and around a river and provides essential tips on staying safe. It also tells children what they should do if an emergency was to occur.
The nocturnal animals featured in this stunning book and on its accompanying glow-in-the-dark poster will brighten up any young nature lover's life!
From jaguars prowling the rainforest to lions on the savannah and turtles nesting on the beach, there are so many amazing animals to pore over - and they all feature on the giant 640 x 296mm tear-out poster.
Each spread features an illustration of a different nighttime habitat with a description of its various creatures' activities and fact boxes for nature lovers to dip in and out of.
This magazine-style book focuses on the polar landscape and will tell children everything from what a glacier calf is to the reasons why polar bears don't hunt penguins.
It includes top 10 lists, fast facts, quickfire quizzes and some truly stunning photographs.
These books are perfect for inquisitive children. They look beneath the surfaces of things and reveal all kinds of inner workings - from how the body functions to what happens under the paths we walk and roads we drive on.
They're full of cutaways, insets and sidebars and have plenty of fun-to-explore illustrations. They also have seek-and-find activities and words that will help build vocabulary.
Part of the What's Beneath? series, these are great books for children who prefer facts to fiction.
Let's go somewhere extraordinary...
These four books encourage preschoolers to develop their pen control, word and number skills as they learn about castles, farms, fire stations and vets.
There are activities to complete on every page and the wipe-clean nature means children can complete each simple task again and again, building up their simple vocabulary.
Learn how to say 'hello' in over 50 languages with this brightly coloured and fast-moving bingo game for up to nine players!
Discover an array of global greetings, from the familiar to the unusual, and test your linguistic abilities as you play the fast-moving and beautifully illustrated Hello World Bingo.
Contents: 1 board, 8 game cards, 64 hello tokens, 130 round counters and 1 instruction leaflet Not suitable for children under 36 months Packaging dimensions: 230 x 230mm
Kunkush is a cat who was separated from his family when they fled Iraq to become refugees in Europe. This is the heart-warming and poignant true story of how they reunited.
Fully illustrated in stunning style, the narrative will help children understand more about refugees and the obstacles they have to overcome in order to find a better life while Kunkush is a lovable character that is sure to delight cat lovers of all ages.
Covering evaporation, precipitation and condensation, this book explains the different stages of rain and introduces readers to the water cycle. It has graphics and activities to help further enhance readers' understanding.
Birthdays Around the World is an engaging and contemporary read that will help children learn more about celebrations in different countries. It has engaging and contemporary content that will help children develop their reading confidence and fluency and expand their vocabulary.
The perfect companion to a trip to the seashore, this book will help little explorers find fish and spot sea creatures in their natural environments.
Explaining the different habitats and all of their inhabitants in a fun an engaging, this practical guide will open up imaginations to a whole new world. It's packed with fact files, photographs and activities to help the whole family make more of a special day out.
Join intrepid explorer Benjamin Blog and his inquisitive dog Barko Polo as they travel to one of the world's most fascinating countries: Australia! The book includes chapters on Australian history, geography, cities, people, and food, as well as visiting some of the most famous places of this unique country, such as Uluru and Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Join intrepid explorer Benjamin Blog and his inquisitive dog Barko Polo as they travel to one of the world's most fascinating countries: Canada! The book includes chapters on Canadian history, geography, cities, people, and food, as well as visiting some of the most famous places of this unique country, such as the CN Tower and Niagara Falls.
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.
Have you ever wondered how your breakfast cereal or a banana gets on to the shelves of your local supermarket? This accessible science book will show you.
It explains how food gets from farms to stores and looks at the role the community workers play in this process.