Young adults: Children's Hobbies & Interests
AETAT 14 years +14 years +
The new edition of the Oxford International Student's Atlas is the ideal atlas for Secondary school students. It includes stunning satelite images alongside mapping to aid understanding, country data, and easy-to-read colourful mapping, presented in an accessible visual layout based on research into how students use maps. It covers key themes such as earthquakes and volcanoes, climate and climate change, economic activity, development, and globalisation. It provides comprehensive coverage of each continent and the world. It is the ideal atlas for students to use on exam courses, and is recommended by University of Cambridge International Examinations in the resource lists for IGCSE(r) Geography and Cambridge International AS and A Level Geography. The Oxford International Student's Atlas is supported by the Oxford International Student's Atlas Skills Workbook - a fill-in skills workbook ideal for the classroom and homework.
- RRP £13.99
- Save £2.80
APNPL 11 years +11 years +
This title contains a pack of 30 cards, each showing a tasty and simple treat which can be made at home. On one side of the card, there is a mouth-watering photograph of the finished dish, which when turned over shows clear, step-by-step picture instructions for how to make it. The recipes include chocolate brownies, mini meringues, raspberry ice-cream and ginger star biscuits.
- RRP £7.99
- Save £1.60
AUXSA 10 years +10 years +
Ever wanted to be an adventurer like Bear Grylls? Learn how to tell the difference between a tiger and wolf footprint. Discover if a fox is using its den, design your own bird feather, and much more in this exciting book bursting with fun facts, quizzes, word searches, and mazes. The perfect introduction to Bear Grylls, adventurer, writer and television presenter, for younger fans, full of fun illustrations and facts and over 60 stickers.
- RRP £3.99
- Save £0.80
AUYBV 10 years +10 years +
Have you ever wanted to be an adventurer like Bear Grylls? Get ready to meet the world's most poisonous frogs who will make you think tiny is terrifying, gentle giants who weigh as much as a plane, and slithering snakes who can swallow a human whole. Discover all of this and much more in this exciting book bursting with fun facts, quizzes, word searches, and mazes. Dangerous Animals is the perfect introduction to Bear Gryll's for younger fans, packed full of fun illustrations, facts and stickers.
- RRP £3.99
- Save £0.80
ABKER 11 years +11 years +
This is a fresh new edition of this guide to all things equestrian. It contains everything the young riding enthusiast could need to know, including grooming and stable management, how to train for and compete in gymkhanas, a guide to the world of showing and how to choose and care for your first pony. It is packed with colourful illustrations, photographs and diagrams, with Internet links to recommended websites to help young riders find out more.
- RRP £14.99
- Save £0.10
AONTF 12 years +12 years +
What is it like to witness a hurricane? This book looks at Hurricane Sandy and other major storms, using first-hand accounts to describe events and people's experiences, providing multiple perspectives from eyewitnesses, survivors, the emergency services, scientists and the media.
- RRP £9.99
- Save £0.10
AIVNT 14 years +14 years +
This book is full of clear revision notes, detailed diagrams and practice exam questions for AQA A GCSE Geography. It covers every AQA A topic, with an exam skills section containing useful tips for picking up every possible mark. Everything you need to know is explained simply and thoroughly, including a wide range of essential case studies. There are exam-style questions throughout the book, plus a complete practice exam at the end to test what you've learned (with answers at the back).
AIWGL 14 years +14 years +
This book is packed with exam practice questions for students taking the Foundation level GCSE Geography OCR B exams. It covers all of the physical geography and human geography topics with a range of exercises that test what you know and how well you can apply your knowledge. It also includes a section packed with useful tips for doing well in your exams. The answers come in a separate book (9781847623775). Matching study notes and explanations are also available in the CGP Revision Guide (9781847623737).
AIVKR 14 years +14 years +
This book is full of clear revision notes and detailed diagrams for GCSE Geography students. It covers all the topics in the current course for the AQA A exams, including the latest requirements for spelling, punctuation and grammar. There's also an exam skills section that contains useful tips for grades all the way up to A*. Everything you need to know is explained simply and thoroughly, including a wide range of essential case studies.
AQCLX 11 years +11 years +
The different careers that lead on from an interest or aptitude in sport are explored. Many occupations are examined, including being an athelete, sports journalist, physiotherapist, lifeguard, sports agent, sports manager, sports coach and many others. It provides an inside glimpse into what the different jobs involve and the special skills that are needed to succeed in a chosen area.
APXYL 11 years +11 years +
Countries in Our World focuses on the countries that shape and influence our modern world. Each book examines physical features, daily life, industry, media, leisure and much more. Each title in Countries in our World is a mine of useful information ideal for school and project work.
APMYR 11 years +11 years +
An introductory atlas for secondary schools, perfectly designed to support and motivate Key Stage 3 students in geographical and mapping skills.
APYPG 12 years +12 years +
With this book, the Quick Expert's Guide has crafted the perfect guide to becoming an expert app-maker. We show you how to create your very own amazing app from scratch - master HTMLs, programming, embed content galore, and get the insider knowledge on how to keep your user's coming back for more. The Quick Expert's Guide series aids the teaching of computing at KS2 and KS3, encouraging computational thinking and creativity. Each title includes features that break down the complex aspects of the subject, inspirational case studies, activities and a final project to test the reader's new skills. Chapter round-ups also offer tips on key words and phrases as well as boosting self esteem and confidence, in order to walk the walk and talk the talk of a true expert. Also in the series, Being a Youtuber, Building a Website and Computing and Programming.