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If Polar Bears Disappeared

By Lily Williams
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Lily Williams
A beautifully illustrated narrative non-fiction picture book that imagines the consequences of a world without polar bearsThe Arctic is home to many different kinds of animals. They can be strong like a walrus, tough like a lemming and sometimes hard to see like a polar bear. But now their habitat is melting at an alarming rate. As the Arctic ice melts, polar bears are threatened with extinction. What are the terrible consequences if polar bears truly disappeared? Artist and writer Lily Williams explores how such a loss would affect other environments and animals across the planet in this clever, gorgeous book demonstrating the vital importance of polar bears.A stunning picture book for children age 5 and up, and a perfect introduction to the themes of climate change, conservation and the importance of ecosystems.
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  • Invertebrates Have No Backbone

    By Sarah Ridley
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    Sarah Ridley
    This book explores what makes an animal an invertebrate - how their characteristics are different from other groups of animals. It shows many examples of different types of invertebrate in their natural environment. The simple text, suitable for children aged 5+, is accompanied by large, attractive photographs. For children progressing through book bands it is suitable for reading at level 8: Purple.This book is part of the 'In the Animal Kingdom' series which explores the classification of animals. Why not look for them all: Amphibians Live on Land and Water; Birds Have Feathers; Fish Live in Water; Reptiles Have Scaly Skin; Invertebrates Have No Backbone; Mammals Have Hair.
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  • Incredible Rainforests

    By Kay Barnham, Maddie Frost
    Authors:
    Kay Barnham
    Illustrated by:
    Maddie Frost
    Take a stroll through the rainforest! From squawking birds of paradise, to monkeys swinging through the trees and insects crawling along the forest floor, be amazed by the variety of life that lives in the rainforest.This beautifully illustrated picture book shows the glorious nature that lives in the rainforest. Find out about food chains and the web of life in the different canopies of the huge rainforest trees.'Look and Wonder' is a fresh, bold and bright, narrative non-fiction picture book series, for children aged 4 and up, introducing children to life cycles and the natural world. The eye-poppingly colourful digital illustration style will explain the scientific concepts while the light and fun text-style will make these books real home and classroom favourites.Other titles in the series:A Stroll Through the SeasonsA Wonderful World of WeatherIncredible RainforestsThe Amazing Butterfly Life Cycle StoryThe Amazing Plant Life Cycle StoryThe Awesome Night SkyThe Great Big Water Cycle Adventure
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    If Sharks Disappeared

    By Lily Williams
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    Lily Williams
    A beautifully illustrated narrative non-fiction picture book that imagines the consequences of a world without sharksA healthy ocean is home to many different kinds of animals. They can be big, like a whale, tiny, like a shrimp, and even scary, like a shark. Even though sharks can be scary, we need them to keep the oceans healthy. Unfortunately, due to overfishing, many shark species are in danger of extinction, and that can cause big problems in the oceans and even on land. What would happen if this continued and sharks disappeared completely?Artist Lily Williams explores how the disappearance would affect other animals across the whole planet in this clever book about the importance of keeping our keeping sharks, and our oceans, healthy.Perfect for children aged 5 and up, this book is a great introduction to the food chain and some of the dangers facing our planet.
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  • The Inner Planets

    By Mary-Jane Wilkins
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    Mary-Jane Wilkins
    Find out about the four plants nearest to the Sun: Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars. Discover what these planets are like, which has the most moons and which spacecraft have visited them. The Our Solar System series of books explore the topic of space and are specially written for younger readers. With stunning photographs and explanatory artwork, the books are the perfect introduction to our solar system. Other titles in the series: Asteroids, Comets and Meteors; Earth; The Moon; The Outer Planets and The Sun
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  • Improving Strength and Power

    By Paul Mason
    Authors:
    Paul Mason
    Whether you are a weight lifter, gymnast, kayaker or javelin thrower, strength and power are crucial to you performance and technique. This book provides the science, training advice and exercises to help you improve at your sport.· Understand the difference between strength and power and how important they each are for your performance.· Test your core stability, the most important form of strength for all sportspeople, and improve it by following step-by-step excercises.· Learn how to apply biomechanics to your training in order to use your strength and power most effectively.· Read about powerful sportspeople, such as Chris Hoy, Matthias Steiner and Stepanka Hilgertova.Combining sports science, nutrition, training programmes and exercises, the Training for Sport series of books is a complete guide to raising performance for children aged 9+.
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  • Improving Flexibility

    By Paul Mason
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    Paul Mason
    It's not just gymnasts and ballet dancers who need to be flexible. Sports such as rock climbing, Judo, diving and cricket rely on flexibility to be performed well and reduce the risk of injury. This book explains the science behind flexibility, provides exercises and explains the effects diet has on muscle performance.· Test your flexibility and follow professional step-by-step exercises to improve it.· Discover how your muscles, joints, ligaments and tendons work together to enable the body to be flexible.· Understand how to stretch to avoid injury and what the difference is between static, dynamic and assisted stretching.· Read about sportspeople such as Tom Daly, Lynn Hill and Rafael Nadal, whose flexibility has helped them to excel.Combining sports science, nutrition, training programmes and exercises, the Training for Sport series of books is a complete guide to raising performance for children aged 9+.
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  • I Did It!: Pirates Can Be Honest

    By Tom Easton, Mike Gordon
    Authors:
    Tom Easton
    Illustrated by:
    Mike Gordon
    Captain Cod asks Davy to be careful moving cannonballs about, but poor Davy ignores him and ends up dropping a heavy cannonball through a hatch where it goes right through the keel causing a leak. Davy is so embarrassed he shuts the hatch and goes to bed. The next morning, he wakes up to find the bottom of the boat is full of water. He decides it's time he owns up and bravely goes to see the captain. But will it be too late to save the ship? Will Davy get into trouble for not being honest in the first place?The books in the 'Pirates to the Rescue' series are designed to help children to recognise the virtues of generosity, honesty, politeness and kindness. Reading these books with children will help them to understand that their actions and behaviour have a real effect on people around them. The books will help young readers to recognise what is right and wrong and what to do when faced with difficult choices.Notes for parents, guardians and teachers are included at the end of the story to help give starting points for discussion and follow-up activities to help encourage positive behaviour.
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  • I Belong to The Christian Faith

    By Katie Dicker
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    Katie Dicker
    This title introduces children to the religion of Christianity. It talks about going to church, who Jesus was, communion, Sunday school, praying and Christian festivals.
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  • Insects

    By Stephen Savage
    Authors:
    Stephen Savage
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  • I Belong to The Muslim Faith

    By Katie Dicker
    Authors:
    Katie Dicker
    This book provides an inside introduction to the Muslim religion. Learn about food and fasting, mosques and how Muslims pray, who Muhammad was and Muslim festivals.
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  • Italy

    By Alice Harman
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    Alice Harman
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  • I'm Good At Sport, What Job Can I Get?

    By Richard Spilsbury
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    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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  • India

    By Jane Bingham
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    Jane Bingham
    The My Holiday In series offers a simple approach to the concept of travel and the new experience of going on holiday to a foreign country. The typical things relating to holidays are discussed for each country, such as weather, food, landscape, accommodation, the people and their language, as well as the sights and attractions that will appeal to children.
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  • India

    By Ruth Thomson
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    Ruth Thomson
    Find out about the people and culture of India in this colourful book about the country. Looking at topics such as land and sea, weather, town and country, homes, shopping, food, sport, holidays and festivals. Includes a craft activity.
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  • Id Ul Adha

    By Alice Green
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    Alice Green
    An ideal introduction to the celebration of festivals for children aged 4-7 in Foundation Stage and KS1 classes. This book describes the story behind the festival and how people prepare for Id Ul Adha. It shows how people around the world celebrate it and the special foods they eat. Attractively designed, its simple text and wonderful full-colour photos make this an essential resource in every Early Years setting. 'Did You Know?' boxes highlight interesting and unusual facts to give further points for children and adults to discuss.
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  • In the Garden

    By Annemarie Young, Louise Redshaw
    Authors:
    Annemarie Young
    Illustrated by:
    Louise Redshaw
    The children are in the garden and see all sorts of animals!Each story in the Outdoor Fun series follows the adventures of two children and their family as they explore the outdoors.
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  • I Like Apples!

    By Claire Llewellyn
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    Claire Llewellyn
    I Like Apples looks at what food is good for you and what isn't so good. This non-fiction series of four books is at band 3 of the Start Reading programme.
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  • Islam

    By Honor Head
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    Honor Head
    This title looks at mosques s and what they mean to those who follow Islam. The religious services that people participate in, signs and symbols important to Muslims, festivals and holy places are also looked at in detail.
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  • I Feel Bullied

    By Jen Green, Mike Gordon
    Authors:
    Jen Green
    Illustrated by:
    Mike Gordon
    Young children experience many confusing emotions in their early years and I feel Bullied looks at what it means and feels like to be bullied in light-hearted but ultimately reassuring way. This picture books examines how and why people are bullied, illustrates scenarios of people bullying and being bullied, and the best way to deal with it with age-appropriate content.Ideal for home or the classroom, this book contains notes for parents and teachers with suggestions of ways to help children deal with bullying.Filled with colourful illustrations by the every-popular, award-winning illustrator Mike Gordon.
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