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  • My London Infographic Sticker Activity Book

    By Kay Barnham
    Authors:
    Kay Barnham
    My London Infographic Sticker Activity Book is an interactive journey around the amazing city of London. This book includes more than 200 stickers and is printed on high-quality paper that's perfect to colour in with felt-tips or crayons. It's ideal for a trip to the city, long journeys, rainy days and a great gift for curious children.Climb the tallest buildings, and head underground to learn facts and figures about the smelliest plant in the capital, build bridges over the river Thames and the number of bathrooms in Buckingham Palace.Packed with fact-based stickering, colouring and searching activities to help you remember all of the fascinating facts, My London Infographic Sticker Activity Book is a bold, bright and beautiful book that will take your imagination on an exciting journey.
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  • My Space Infographic Sticker Activity Book

    By Kay Barnham
    Authors:
    Kay Barnham
    My Space Infographic Sticker Activities is an interactive journey through our Solar System. This book includes more htan 200 stickers and is printed on high-quality paper that's perfect to colour in with felt-tips or crayons, It's ideal for space lovers, long journeys, rainy days and a great gift for curious children.Blast off with astronauts from planet Earth into space to learn the facts and figures about how far you can jump on the Moon, how long it would take to drive to the Sun, and build an astronauts space suit out of stickers.Packed with fact-based stickering, colouring and searching activities to help you remember all of the fascinating facts, My Space Infographic Sticker Activity Book is a bold, bright and beautiful book that will take your imagination on an exciting journey.
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  • My Dinosaur Infographic Sticker Activity Book

    By Wayland Publishers
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    Wayland Publishers
    My Dinosaur Infographic Sticker Activities is an interactive journey through the dangerous world of dinosaurs. Includes more than 200 stickers and printed on high-quality paper that's perfect to colour in with felt-tips or crayons, this book is ideal for long journeys, rainy days and a great gift for curious children.Travel back millions of years to learn the facts and figures about the underwater creature that dwarfed the great white shark, how huge a Triceratops's skull was and build a T-rex's skeleton out of stickers.Packed with fact-based stickering, colouring and searching activities to help you remember all of the fascinating facts, My Dinosaur Infographic Sticker Activity Book is a bold, bright and beautiful book that will take your imagination on an exciting journey.
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  • Malorie Blackman

    By Sarah Eason
    Authors:
    Sarah Eason
    Malorie Blackman is one of the most successful and prolific children's authors writing today. Made Children's Laureate for 2013-15, her books, such as Noughts and Crosses, Double Cross and Knife Edge, are loved by kids and adults alike. Malorie's influence extends far beyond the literary world, however. She has used her position to speak out against racism, and to campaign for greater ethnic diversity in children's books and children's publishing. Discover the story behind this incredible writer - from her struggles as a child facing racism in 1960s London, through her parents' divorce and her misdiagnosis of Sickle-Cell Anaemia, to the globally renowned author she is today. It focuses on Malorie's love of reading, and how she tries to foster that in children today. It also looks at how she pursued her dream of becoming a writer with determination and courage, in the face of people who told her she would never amount to anything. Biographical information, and Malorie Blackman quotes, support the narrative. A fantastic resource for biography based project work!
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  • Monarchs

    By Stewart Ross
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    Stewart Ross
    This book gives readers an insight into the lives of the kings and queens of medieval Europe. You can discover who lived in the monarch's court, and how major decisions were made. Read about the first European parliaments and the monarchs' roles in making new laws. Learn about the lives of monarchs such as the warrior king, William the Conqueror or Good King Wenceslas, and find out how the monarchy changed in five hundred years of medieval living. It includes contemporary written evidence, colour photographs and maps, a timeline, glossary and index.
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  • Mammals

    By Sarah Wilkes
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    Sarah Wilkes
    The Classifying Animals series welcomes readers to the world of classification, in which about 2 million different organisms have been identified and sorted into groups. This appealing and attractive book looks at the class of mammals, and the orders, families and species within it. Find out about the characteristics that distinguish the mammals in different groups and compare the differences in their life cycles. Discover the various ways in which mammals have adapted to life in different climates and habitats on land and in water.
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    Money Doesn't Grow on Trees

    By Paul Mason, Mike Gordon
    Authors:
    Paul Mason
    Illustrated by:
    Mike Gordon
    This book explodes common myths about money and helps teens learn how to take control of the income they have and get the most out of it. It treats what can be the driest and most daunting of topics with the lightest of touches. Information and advice will be delivered in a streetwise, accessible, easy-to-follow way. In fact so clear and engaging is the counsel it offers that it's likely the book will be read by the parents themselves - its core message being that having enough money has very little to do with how much money you earn, and a more to do with how much further you can make it go... To include themes such as:How to Save and use a bankBeing a savvy Spender!How to grow your moneyShould I borrow? - all about loansBecoming a student
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  • Media What Job Can I Get?

    By Richard Spilsbury
    Authors:
    Richard Spilsbury
    Do you know what job you want to do? Thinking about what you enjoy most at school can help you work outwhich career path to follow, as the skills required for media are transferable to many different careers. Eachbook in this series gives details of 12 jobs, including the personal characteristics and qualifi cations you will need, a job description and a comment from a professional. For example, if you are good at media you will have excellent communication skills. You might also have the ability to criticise and analyse ideas. These qualities will help you if you want to be a: programme researcher media planner runner TV producer-director advertising account executive broadcast journalist information offi cer screenwriter magazine features editor assistant film editor TV presenter or social-media strategist.Get an idea of a range of media-related occupations and find out how to follow the career you want. The earlier you check out your options, the better prepared you will be to put your media skills to good use as you earn a living in the future.
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  • The Media and Communications Industry

    By Rosie Wilson
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    Rosie Wilson
    Global Industries Uncovered: The Media and Communications Industry exemplifies how this industry is indeed a global one by detailing the theory behind globalisation and discussing the issues surrounding media and communications. The case studies in each book, such as ones on advertising and music, examine the industry's various impacts at different scales.
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  • Mobile Phone Photography

    By Janet Hoggarth
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    Janet Hoggarth
    This series offers a shortcut to instant expertise! Quick Expert's Guides are aimed at teens and 'tweens who are keen to know more about a popular topic but who may be put off the idea of having to read wordy or technical guides. Each title includes features that break down technical/scientific/complex aspects of the subject, inspirational case studies, activities and a final project to test the reader's new skills. Chapter round-ups also offer tips on key words and phrases as well as boosting self esteem and confidence, in order to walk the walk and talk the talk of a true expert.
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  • Me, Myself and I

    By Louise Spilsbury, Mike Gordon
    Authors:
    Louise Spilsbury
    Illustrated by:
    Mike Gordon
    This book aims to answer all the questions teenagers want to ask about growing up, their changing bodies and what sex is that they are too embarrassed to ask. The book looks at how our body changes during puberty and how we develop emotionally. These physical and emotional changes are also looked at in how they affect our relationships with friends, parents and boyfriends or girlfriends. From spots and breasts to shaving and condoms, this is a perfect guide to growing up.
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  • Maths What Job Can I Get?

    By Richard Spilsbury
    Authors:
    Richard Spilsbury
    The different careers that lead on from an interest or aptitude in a particular subject are explored. Many occupations are examined looking at what the job involves and the special skills that are needed.
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  • Motorsports

    By Clive Gifford
    Authors:
    Clive Gifford
    With informative but accessible text, the sport is brought to life. An indepth look at the sport, from its history and beginnings to the modern game, how it's played, who plays it and the rules that govern it. Packed with facts, stats and full-colour photographs, this is the essential guide.
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  • Military Intervention

    By Kaye Stearman
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    Kaye Stearman
    Is it ever justified for one country to send armed forces into another country? Is it sometimes necessary to use military intervention to enforce international law, keep the peace and save lives? This book explores the issues in detail, looking at the historical background to military intervention and the implications of its use in the world today.
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  • The Magic Paintbrush: a Chinese tale

    By Jillian Powell
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    Jillian Powell
    The Magic Paintbrush is a chinese tale. There once was a young man called Lian who loved to paint the animals in the forest around him. One night he dreamt of a magic paintbrush. When he woke up, Lian was amazed to find the paintbrush beside him!
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  • Me and My Cousin

    By Amanda Rainger, Simone Abel
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    Amanda Rainger
    Illustrated by:
    Simone Abel
    This story follows the everyday lives of the little boy and his cousin.
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  • Me and My Nan

    By Amanda Rainger, Simone Abel
    Authors:
    Amanda Rainger
    Illustrated by:
    Simone Abel
    This story follows the everyday lives of the little boy and his nan.
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  • Mum's Robot

    By Jill Atkins, Garyfallia Leftheri
    Authors:
    Jill Atkins
    Illustrated by:
    Garyfallia Leftheri
    Mad Uncle Albert loves making machines and inventions for his family, but they don't always turn out as they should. Luckily Uncle Albert manages to save the day...
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  • Monster!

    By Anne Rooney, Fabiano Fiorin
    Authors:
    Anne Rooney
    Illustrated by:
    Fabiano Fiorin
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  • Meat and Fish

    By Claire Llewellyn, Clare O'shea
    Authors:
    Claire Llewellyn, Clare O'shea
    This book introduces readers to the different food groups that make up a healthy diet. It then looks at eggs and dairy products in the context of a healthy diet. Egg and dairy recipes from around the world using a variety of cookery skills are used to illustrate how to incorporate each food group into day-to-day cooking.
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