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  • OTOW 5 years +
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    This large-format hardback will tell your little undersea explorer everything they want to know about the creatures that live under the sea.

    Otto the Octopus has lost his best friend Hula and is need of some help. Children have to follow the clues, complete the activities and tick off the checklist of animals they spot along the way.

    This is a lovely interactive book for little nature lovers.
  • WITB 5 years +
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    This large-format hardback will tell your little nature enthusiast everything they want to know about the creatures that live in the world's forests.

    A panda has lost his friend and comes across all kinds of fun characters and rhyming riddles as he tries to track them down. Children have to follow the clues, complete the activities and tick off the checklist of animals they spot along the way.

    This is a lovely interactive book for little nature lovers.
  • ATBQW
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    Learn about the extreme conditions in the dark depths below the surface of the seas and the extraordinary animals which live there with this fun and informative book.
  • AUVXN 5 years +
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    Go on a pop-up journey through the habitats of the world, from the tip of the highest mountain down to the bottom of the deepest ocean. This new book combines a non-fiction element with gorgeous illustrations and fascinating pop-up scenes to create a unique product that children will love.
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    100 Facts Dogs & Puppies presents a detailed look at the world of dogs for children aged 7+ - from caring for a newborn puppy to the history of dogs and the habits of wolves. Exactly 100 facts accompanied by detailed photographs and beautiful artwork will challenge children, acting as an incentive as they make their way through the book. Projects to make and do, hilarious facts and brilliantly drawn cartoons bring an extra element of fun. Add a detailed index, and 100 Facts has all the ingredients for a perfect introduction to this truly fascinating topic.
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    100 Facts Birds of Prey is a popular bird book for kids aged 6-10 years who love to learn about eagles, kites and falcons. Bursting with exactly 100 awesome facts, detailed images and fun activities, children will learn everything they need to know about these feathered predators. - Numbered facts encourage your child to read further and track their progress.- Fascinating facts throughout add humour and amazement, making information easier to remember.- Amazing photographs throughout of birds of prey in action. Synopsis - Product details100 Facts Birds of Prey covers key topics on these magnificent hunters of the sky in mind-blowing numbered facts. Each fact is accompanied by beautiful illustrations and photographs, which add visual meaning to the information for kids aged 6-10 years. Topics covered in 100 Facts Birds of Prey: - Big and small birds of prey such as the little black-thighed falconet and the huge Andean condor.- How birds of prey hover, soar and go in for the kill.- Raptors in peril and how to protect them from extinction. 'I don't believe it' fascinating facts: - Lesser spotted eagles can fly up to 290 kilometres a day, as they journey from Europe to southern Africa. - At breeding time, female gyrfalcons often store food near their nests. They are able to break off frozen bits of food with their bills.- Eurasian eagle owls have been known to kill birds as large as roe deer. They have even attacked people walking their dogs near a nest. Activities to make learning accessible and interactive: - Visit a nature reserve or wildlife park to watch birds of prey fly.- Make a note of any birds you do not recognize and try to match them to them to bird species in this book.- Quiz question: Which buzzards eat wasps and bees?
  • BERAT
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    100 Facts Spiders is bursting with fascinating images, fun activities and exactly 100 amazing facts. Children will learn everything they need to know about these eight-legged creatures. 100 Facts Spiders includes key topics about many species of arachnids with exciting numbered facts. Each fact is accompanied by beautiful illustrations and photographs, which add visual meaning to the information for kids. This is a fantastic spider book for kids aged 7+ who are intrigued by these creepy crawlies. Essential topics covered in 100 Facts Spiders: - All of the species in the arachnid family including tarantulas- Making silk threads and building a web - Their constant battle for survival and catching prey by stealth Examples of 'I don't believe it' fascinating facts: - Female spiders are usually bigger than males. If a male tries to mate with a female who isn't interested in him, or who has already mated, she may treat him like prey and swiftly eat him! - If a young spider loses a leg or two after being attacked, it can grow new ones!- Brazilian wandering spiders have the largest venom glands of all spiders. They have enough venom to kill 225 mice. Activities to make learning accessible and interactive include: - Make some creepy crawlies from an egg carton and pipe cleaners. Use coloured pens to decorate- Quiz question: What are a spider's silken threads made of?- Ask an adult to prepare a meal that you can eat using your fingers. Wearing a blindfold, see if you can identify each food using only your senses of touch, taste and smell Author: Camilla de la BedoyereConsultant: Steve ParkerPages: 48Age: 7+Dimensions: 9 X12Format: Paperback with holographic foilISBN: 9781848104501
  • AMSKG 3 years +
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    Could a Penguin could ride a bike? provides a fun and informative introduction into the life of a penguin. By imagining animals in everyday scenarios, readers can learn about their size, diet and other features. For example, a penguin chick eats 200 fish a day - so imagine having one round for dinner! Featuring superb illustrations and an engaging question and answer format, this title is extremely engaging and enjoybale. Could A Penguin Ride A Bike will be sure to keep young readers entertained whilst also helping them to understand and retain animal facts.
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    Could a Crocodile Play Basketball? provides a hilarious and informative introduction into the life of a crocodile. By imagining animals in everyday scenarios readers can learn about their size, diet and other features. Imagine that a crocodile left his home and came to stay, what might he get up to? It may be a struggle to feed him, crocodiles swallow stones to help grind up the food in their stomachs! Engaging question and answer format will keep young readers entertained and help them to understand and retain animal facts. The new titles in this series are: Could a Crocodile Play Basketball? 978-1-78171-586-4 Would an Elephant Enjoy the Seaside? 978-1-78171-585-7
  • BHJVI
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    100 Facts Penguins is bursting with incredible images, fun activities and exactly 100 awesome facts. Children will learn everything they need to know about these fascinating birds. 100 Facts Penguins includes key topics about the icy world of penguins in easily-digestible, numbered facts. Every page is covered in amazing illustrations and photographs that clarify difficult points for children. This interesting penguin book for children aged 6+ is perfect for the classroom and home. Essential topics covered in 100 Facts Penguins: - The whole family from the smallest species to the Emperor penguin- Living in temperatures below zero- Penguin predators and human contact in Antarctica Examples of 'I don't believe it' fascinating facts: - Penguins have excellent vision and can swim to depths where there is little or no light.- Adelie penguin parents sometimes have to travel up to 120 kilometres in search of food to feed their chicks.- A male Emperor penguin goes without food for up to 115 days while it courts, mates, incubates its egg and looks after its chick. During this time it can lose up to one-third of its body weight! Activities to make learning accessible and interactive include: - Quiz question: Skuas eat penguin eggs. True or false?- Penguins can't fly, but many other unusual animals can. Do some research to find out more about this list- Quiz question: Where do Yellow-eyed penguins live? Author: Camilla de la BedoyereConsultant: Steve ParkerPages: 48Age: 6+Dimensions: 9 X 12Format: Paperback with holographic foilISBN: 9781848101036
  • BGIYQ
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    Would an Elephant Enjoy the Seaside? provides a hilarious and informative introduction into the life of an elephant. By imagining animals in everyday scenarios readers can learn about their size, diet and other features. If an African elephant went to school for a day, what might she get up to? They wouldn't be best suited to the library, when they want to talk elephants raise their trunks and trumpet very loudly! Engaging question and answer format will keep young readers entertained and help them to understand and retain animal facts. The new titles in this series are: Could a Crocodile Play Basketball? 978-1-78171-586-4 Would an Elephant Enjoy the Seaside? 978-1-78171-585-7
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    Discover everything you need to know about monkeys and apes. Exactly 100 facts accompanied by photographs and detailed artwork will challenge children, acting as an incentive as they make their way through the book. Projects to make and do, hilarious facts and cartoons bring an extra element of fun.
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    Discover amazing facts about the incredible wildlife that lives on these beautiful yet vulnerable ecosystems and learn all about why protecting the reefs is so important.
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    Super Search Adventure On the Trail of the Whale is a wonderful activity fact book for children aged 5+. Otto the octopus needs help - his best friend Hula the humpback whale is nowhere to be found. This brilliantly creative story takes children on an adventure through the oceans packed with intriguing information, memorable animal characters, rhyming riddles and fun activities. Richard Watson's beautiful, bright illustrations will keep children enthralled with inventive details to spot everywhere. An additional wow-factor is provided by the foldout cover flaps, which create a panoramic artwork scene and reveal clever spaces for readers to chart their progress through the story.
  • BHABT
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    See some of the biggest, strangest and most fascinating of the world's extinct animals as they are brought back to life in front of your very eyes, thanks to the Digital Magic of Augmented Reality. Using this book, the free app and a smartphone or tablet, you can see a woolly mammoth grow to full size, fly a Pteranodon around your bedroom, and much more!
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    Explore Predators is a beautiful book looking at some of the most ferocious animals on earth - with Digital Magic bringing them into your room! Eleven fact-filled profiles give the reader the lowdown on each animal: how it hunts, what weapons and tactics it uses to defeat its prey and where it lives. From the Komodo Dragon's deadly bite to a saltwater crocodile's killer twists once it's grabbed its victim, these animals will have you covered in goosebumps! Beautiful photographs show off each of these amazing species in their natural habitat, from a laughing hyena pack to 3-metre tall polar bears fighting each other. As a final step simply open the app on your smartphone or tablet to trigger the AR action and awaken the Digital Magic!
  • AYSTI
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    This series aims to combine a compact, commercial approach with the breadth and clarity of larger format books. Covering art which both creates the foundation of modern culture and modern art itself, the books include International Arts and Crafts, Turner, Whistler, Monet, and the Art Deco movement.
  • AQCPI 9 years +
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    Epic: Animal Migrations focuses on 12 of the most remarkable animal migrations in the world, from the monarch butterfly, which weighs no more than a pea, but journeys all the way across North America each year, to the leatherback turtle, which migrates across an entire ocean to breed. The book details the timespan and location of each migration, the reasons involved and the method used. A timeline on every spread gives the time frame for each migration, and what happens when. Additional background information to each animal is also provided, including the wildebeest, the Arctic tern, the caribou, the gray whale, the European eel, the Sockeye salmon, the dragonfly, the straw-coloured fruit bat, zooplankton and the Christmas Island red crab. Epic: Animal Migrations also looks at the science behind each migration, and how the animals know where and when to go. Infographic elements on each spread present information in a simple and highly visual way. Clear, concise text and a bright, appealing design make the book the perfect resource for project work on habitats, adaptation, genetics and inheritance, or simply a great leisure read, for children aged 9 and above. For more epic events, try reading the other titles in the Epic series: Battles, Empires and Explorers.
  • BUJLW
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    How many eggs do hens lay? Where do hens build their nests? What do chicks eat? Discover the amazing stages of different life cycles and learn how different species are born, grow up and reproduce with this stunning series. Packed with amazing photographs of every stage, labelled diagrams to explain growth and development, fascinating facts and discussion points for further learning.
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    What is frogspawn? How do tadpoles swim? When do tadpoles become frogs? Discover the amazing stages of different life cycles and learn how different species are born, grow up and reproduce with this stunning series. Packed with amazing photographs of every stage, labelled diagrams to explain growth and development, fascinating facts and discussion points for further learning.
  • BOKAA Toddlers
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    Bright, engaging and fun, this is the perfect package of inspiration to spark a little one's interest in the great outdoors. Split into four clear sections: Plants, Bugs, Birds and Animals, 32 busy spreads present different scenes in nature. Jane Newland's charming illustrations, accompanied by carefully written text for young readers, explain key stories in nature, from pollination to nest-building, butterfly metamorphosis and animal hibernation. Includes 4 tear-out wipe-clean activity cards, ideal for taking out on a family nature walk and encouraging a sense of adventure.
  • BUGGY
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    What do the caterpillars eat? Where do butterflies lay their eggs? How long do butterflies live? Discover the amazing stages of different life cycles and learn how different species are born, grow up and reproduce with this stunning series. Packed with amazing photographs of every stage, labelled diagrams to explain growth and development, fascinating facts and discussion points for further learning.
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    Epic: Animal Migrations focuses on 12 of the most remarkable animal migrations in the world, from the monarch butterfly, which weighs no more than a pea, but journeys all the way across North America each year, to the leatherback turtle, which migrates across an entire ocean to breed. The book details the timespan and location of each migration, the reasons involved and the method used. A timeline on every spread gives the time frame for each migration, and what happens when. Additional background information to each animal is also provided, including the wildebeest, the Arctic tern, the caribou, the gray whale, the European eel, the Sockeye salmon, the dragonfly, the straw-coloured fruit bat, zooplankton and the Christmas Island red crab. Epic: Animal Migrations also looks at the science behind each migration, and how the animals know where and when to go. Infographic elements on each spread present information in a simple and highly visual way. Clear, concise text and a bright, appealing design make the book the perfect resource for project work on habitats, adaptation, genetics and inheritance, or simply a great leisure read, for children aged 9 and above. For more epic events, try reading the other titles in the Epic series: Battles, Empires and Explorers.
  • BTGQE
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    A gorgeous new edition with the cover printed on silver. Tiffany was highly skilled in jewellery design, ceramics, enamels, and metalwork but he is best known for his beautiful stained-glass designs. Using opalescent glass in a variety of colours and textures, he created a stunning range of jewel-like Art Nouveau works, many of them presented here in this luxurious volume.