How do companies come up with business ideas? And how do they ensure they're a success?
This accessible introduction to the concept of business explains how it means making and selling things and/or skills to anyone who wants and needs them.
It focuses on the practical aspect of making ideas work in real life and explains how businesses shape the world we live in.
Published in association with the Imperial War Museum, The Story of the First World War for Children examines the world-changing conflict in great detail.
A study aid for history lessons, this book uses facts, photographs and illustrations to show children how the First World War was the world's first 'total war' between modern, industrialised nations and how many new and terrifying weapons were used - including airplanes, tanks, zeppelins, warships and poison gas.
It relates the unfolding events and the human stories in a way that brings history vividly to life.
Far, far away, on a distant planet called Techworld, a little girl named Snow White is born. Created by the planet's smartest minds to be the perfect scientist, Snow immediately shows a knack for working with electronics. The Queen, fearing for her crown, exiles Snow White so she cannot grow up and take the Queen's place as the most intelligent person on the planet. However, Snow White's willingness to help those in need -- especially the downtrodden robots of Techworld -- earns her many friends, and they are all quite eager to help her cause.