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A Train Journey by Gerard LoMonaco
Charming and picturesque, A Train Journey brings iconic trains to life in three-dimensional pop-ups! In A Train Journey, readers will meet four iconic trains that changed the history of railroad. Each of the four picturesque pop-ups inside depicts a historic train--George Stephenson's Rocket, one of th ...Show more
What Do Grown-Ups Do All Day? by Virginie Morgand
Category: World | Reading Level: From 5
Featuring more than one hundred jobs and fifteen busy scenes, such as farm, hospital and school, this book gives children a fascinating insight into what grown-ups do all day. Explore fifteen diverse work places such as a farm, hospital, and school, then turn the page to find out what each person's job ...Show more
British Museum: Find Tom in Time, Ancient Rome by Fatti Burke (Illustrator)
Join Tom on a time-travel adventure to ancient Rome . . . if you can find him! Packed with detailed artwork, fascinating ancient Roman facts and over 100 other things to find - from a sacrificial cow to an escaping gladiator - lose yourself in ancient Rome with this brilliantly interactive book!
Featuring all-new 3D models built using data gathered by NASA and the European Space Agency, The Planets is an awe-inspiring journey through the Solar System, from Earth to Mars and beyond. Viewed layer by layer, planets and other objects in the Solar System are taken out of the night sky and presented ...Show more
Charles Darwin (Little People, Big Dreams) by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara; Mark Hoffmann (Illustrator)
Part of the bestselling Little People, BIG DREAMS series, Charles Darwin tells the inspiring story of this world-renowned naturalist.
Prince (Little People, Big Dreams) by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara; CACHETEJACK (Illustrator)
Part of the bestselling Little People, BIG DREAMS series, Prince tells the inspiring story of this world-renowned singer-songwriter.
A Year Full of Celebrations by Christopher Corr (Illustrator); Claire Grace
Countless different festivals are celebrated all over the world throughout the year. Some are national holidays, celebrated for religious and cultural reasons, or to mark an important date in history, while others are just for fun. Give thanks and tuck into a delicious meal with friends and family at ...Show more
From Dinosaurs to Diprotodons: Australia's Amazing Fossils by Danielle Clode
Ever met a thingadonta or seen a fangaroo? What about a gigantic titanosaur or a mighty diprotodon? Come on an Aussie fossil adventure and explore prehistoric life down under. Discover amazing animals unique to Australia. Danielle Clode, the award-winning author of Prehistoric giants: the megafauna of A ...Show more
All children should have an understanding of where food comes from and how it ends up on their plates. This book provides a fantastic insight to where food originates, how farmers collect it and how it finally reaches our supermarkets. An eye-opening and informative lift-the-flap book for young children ...Show more
Here's everything you need to know about being a pre-teen, from Kaz Cooke, author of Girl Stufffor teens. * body changes * dealing with friends & bullies * getting confident * first periods * pimples * hair (wherever it is) * phones & being online * what to eat * being fit & healthy * the be ...Show more
Alienology: We Are Not Alone by Dugald Steer; Gary Blythe
Category: Myths and Legends
Apparently written in 1969, 'Alienology' is a tongue-in-cheek training manual for S.P.A.C.E. (the Society for the Promotion of Alien Cantact with Earth). It gives advice on identifying alien species, as well as eye-opening facts about our universe.