Children's Books

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  • Vet Academy - Paperback - 9781782404477
    VETA 7 years +
    7 years +
    • £3.99
    • RRP £9.99
    • Save £6.00
    This awesome activity book covers all the basic skills needed to become a vet. It's perfect for any child who dreams of working with animals.

    Covering the three main types of vet - pet, zoo and farm - this book is full of facts about baby animals and all the things they need to ensure they grow strong and healthy. It even covers the different vaccinations and diets different animals have.

    This book also looks at animal body language, exercise and how they keep happy. The fun activities include observation, speed and accuracy tacks and matching and finding games. This book also includes stickers, a poster and a press-out model.
  • Usborne Around the World Mazes - Paperback - 9781474937511 - Sam Smith
    ATWM 5 years +
    Sam Smith
    5 years +
    • £3.99
    • RRP £7.99
    • Save £4.00
    This marvellous maze book from the experts at Usborne will take children aged 5 and over on a global journey from the Amazon to the Antarctic and the Himalayas to Hollywood.

    Children can explore destinations all around the world as they find their way through these mazes, which gradually progress in difficulty. Along the way, children will get to see some of the world's most iconic landmarks.

    Solving mazes is a great way of developing hand-eye coordination and dexterity skills, and all the answers are featured at the back of this book.
  • Spot the Difference - Paperback - 9781788281003
    SPTD 5 years +
    5 years +
    • £2.99
    • RRP £6.99
    • Save £4.00
    This colourful book for children aged 5 and over is packed with spot-the-difference activities based around pirates, penguins, robots, rockets, dinos and rhinos.

    Engaging and accessible, this is a fun way of developing observational skills and keeping children entertained on holidays, rainy days and long journeys.

    No two 'identical' pictures in this book are the same. Will your children work out the changes?