'Packed with original ideas.' - the Telegraph on 101 Things for Kids To Do on a Rainy Day'A quarter of the price of a theme-park ticket and delivers significantly better value for money.' - the Independent on 101 Things for Kids To Do Outside
From bestselling kids' activity author Dawn Isaac comes this exciting new volume full of creative, fun and occasionally silly ideas for games and activities.
From creating a mini golf course to mastering hands-free eating, from squirt gun painting to m
Tom's not only lost in time, he's lost his cat, too! Can you find Tom and his naughty cat, Digby, across the pages? 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!
An unintended experiment in Yellowstone National Park, in which an ecosystem is devastated and then remarkably rehabilitated, provides crucial lessons about nature's intricate balancing act. In the 1800s, hunters were paid by the American government to eliminate threats to livestock on cattle ranches near Yellowstone National Park. They did such a good job that, by 1926, no gray wolf packs were left in the park. Over the following decades, virtually every other part of the park's ecosystem was
From spotting the snowman in the crowd of penguins, to finding the flamingo that's in a fluster, young children will love poring over the detail of Animal Scramble's busy animal scenes. Each page presents a crowd of creatures with lots of playful spotting opportunities. Thought-provoking questions prompt readers to find objects, count to 10 and consider their own opinions. And with extra questions at the end, this is a spotting book to be revisited again and again.
Baby Scientist is an adorable board book series that brings fun, accessible science concepts to baby's world using simple language, recognizable settings, and vibrant art. Read them all with your baby scientist!
Baby Paleontologist digs for fossils. With his pickax and brush, he discovers plants and animals that lived long, long ago.
What stories do fossils tell?
What did dinosaurs look like?
Find out with Baby Paleontologist!
Don't miss the other books in this series, including Baby Ocean
Dip a toe, paw, or fin into history with this fact-tastic Level 2 Ready-to-Read, part of a new series all about pets and the people who loved them! In this story, learn all about the true story behind Misty, Chincoteague Island, and Marguerite Henry! Ever since Marguerite Henry's Misty of Chincoteague was first published in 1947, generations of children have continued to be captivated by the beloved story. But did you know that the Newbery Award-winning author owned a pet pony named Misty in re
Have you ever wondered how the Golden Gate Bridge was built? Or how workers with basic tools created enormous monuments in ancient times? And how do you build a flying laboratory in space? This fascinating book reveals some of the greatest feats of engineering in history. From enormous bridges and tunnels that run for hundreds of miles, to towering skyscrapers and massive space stations, discover how some of Earth's most colossal structures were made in beautifully illustrated detail.
Discover the history of the women's game and meet the individuals that have overcome the odds to play the sport they love.
From historical figures such as Lily Parr, who defied the government ban on women's football, to contemporary record-breakers such as Marta, and rising stars set to take the game to new heights, this book is packed with fascinating figures.
With beautiful illustrations, inspirational stories, player skills and statistics, and Casey Stoney's motivational voice throughout,
These 100 Fantastically Great Women postcards, inspired by Kate Pankhurst's extraordinary picture book series, invite little ones, teens and adults to use their imagination to shape the future! Each postcard celebrates women who have changed the world we live in today and who followed their hearts, talents and dreams.
With motivational quotes on each postcard, remind someone you love to 'never give up', just like Rosa Parks. Or to 'tell their own story', following the wonderful Jane Austen. Or
Create projects that bubble, pop, and fizz with chemical reaction projects that teach kids science concepts--and then build on them. Start with the basics, and then grow on what you know. Learn why chemical reactions happen, and how to make and take them to the next level.