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  • Toys, Play, Tidy Away!

    By Debbie Foy
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    Debbie Foy
    Explore simple tidy up routines in a positive, rewarding and engaging way that young children will love!With fun rhymes and bright, friendly pictures, the All By Myself series helps to nurture your child's sense of pride and growing independence. It features fun, subject-specific learning elements based around counting, colours, shapes, and basic time concepts.
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  • Touch

    By Sally Morgan
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    Sally Morgan
    This book shows how we use our sense of touch to find out about the world around us. Discover how touching works and find out how humans and other animals use their sense of touch.
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  • Taste

    By Sally Morgan
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    Sally Morgan
    This book shows how we use our sense of taste to find out about the world around us. Discover how taste works and find out how humans and other animals use their sense of taste.
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  • The True Cost of Toys

    By Mary Colson
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    Mary Colson
    Who makes the toys children play with every day in school and at home? What are the working conditions like for people who form part of the supply chain for the world's toy industry? This book looks at the impact our purchase of toys has on our lives and on the environment and asks how we can improve our lives and those of others with the things we buy.
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  • The True Cost of Fashion

    By Louise Spilsbury
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    Louise Spilsbury
    Who makes the clothes and accessories we buy on the high street and wear every day? What are the working conditions like for people who form part of the supply chain for the world's fahion industry? This book looks at the impact our fashion choices have on our lives and on the environment and asks how we can improve our lives and those of others with the things we buy.
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  • The True Cost of Food

    By Katie Dicker
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    Katie Dicker
    Where does the food we eat come from? What are the working conditions like for people who form part of the supply chain for the world's food industry? This book looks at the impact our food choices have on our lives and on the environment - both in terms of what we eat and the food we waste. It asks how we can improve our lives and those of others with the things we buy.
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  • The True Cost of Technology

    By Mary Colson
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    Mary Colson
    Who makes the technology we use every day in school and at home? What are the working conditions like for people who form part of the supply chain for the world's technology industry? This book looks at the impact our use of technology has on our lives and on the environment and asks how we can improve our lives and those of others with the things we buy.
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  • Taking Medicines

    By Liz Gogerly, Mike Gordon
    Authors:
    Liz Gogerly
    Illustrated by:
    Mike Gordon
    Illustrated in Mike Gordon's inimitable and entertaining style, this series offers an introduction to key health issues. The topic of medication is introduced through an engaging narrative and is complemented by charming and humorous illustrations that bring the story to life. Notes for adults and lists of further resources make these books ideal for the key stage one classroom use.
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  • Texts, Tweets, Trolls and Teens

    By Anita Naik
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    Anita Naik
    The online world is a whirl of texts, tweets, trolls, teens and more but how do you stay safe in this fast-paced online world? Teen Life Confidential is here to help with this guide to safe social networking. New technology, amazing apps and an array of social networks make the digital world an exciting place to be. But it can also be a worrying world of anxiety, stress, and another route for bullies to use. Written by experienced author Anita Naik, this title explores all aspects of a teenager's online life, from simple texting behaviour to how to deal with the negative side. We look at how young people use tech, what is social media, the issues of privacy, and the negatives of online life. Including: The 10 ways to stay safe online checklist.Each section is accompanied by quotes from teenagers to give examples of real-life problems that teenagers experience every day. We also feature quizzes to help readers to assess their own behaviour and work out what their tech style is.Anita Naik is an author, columnist, blogger and journalist. She started her career as advice columnist on the teen magazine Just 17, and is now the agony aunt at Teen Now magazine and Avon Connects. She is also a regular contributor to the parenting technology site Quibly (http://www.quib.ly) and writes regularly on the subjects of teens, tech, parenting, education and social media, across various media platforms and magazines.Quibly is a parenting tech site answering every question you could possibly have about your kids online. We are grateful to Holly Seddon and James Diamond from Quibly for their advice in the creation of this book. For more information please visit: http://quib.ly/welcome Chapter One - How are you using tech? looks at what teens are doing online and when. Chapter Two - Texting teens takes a look at the phenomenon of messaging; teens are at it all the time, so what's it all about?Chapter Three - Social Media looks at what teens are doing on social media, the problems of social media, and encourages teenagers to think about what they are posting.Chapter Four - Privacy Issues takes a look at the privacy controls available to teens, and how and why theyshould be used.Chapter Five - The Dark Side talks to teens about the side of online life that is unsafe, including trolls and trolling, cyberbullying, grooming and illegal activity and content, giving advice on how to avoid them and how to deal with situations that can become frightening and stressful.A Help Section gives details of places to look for further help and guidance, and a glossary explains specific terms to readers.
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  • Talk About: Homelessness

    By Kaye Stearman
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    Kaye Stearman
    Growing up involves making decisions and taking responsibility over your life. Each book in this series explores an issue that may affect young people's lives. The books are aimed directly at children and provide support to them and also to parents and teachers. Talk About conveys information about issues in a way that children may experience them first or second hand.
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  • Teeth

    By Liz Gogerly, Mike Gordon
    Authors:
    Liz Gogerly
    Illustrated by:
    Mike Gordon
    Illustrated in Mike Gordon`s inimitable and entertaining style, this series offers an introduction to key health issues. Each topic is introduced through an engaging narrative and is complemented by charming and humorous illustrations that bring the story to life. Notes for adults and lists of further resources make these books ideal for the key stage one classroom use.
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