Healthy Teeth: Do I have to go to the Dentist?
By Pat Thomas, Lesley Harker
A First Look at going to the dentist looks at what it is to go to the dentist. It is a gentle introduction on why you need to look after your teeth and how to do it.
By 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.
Having Fun With Collage
By Sarah Medina
Let's Do Art: Having Fun with Collage uses a variety of techniques to carry out a range of simple projects.In doing so readers investigate different kinds of art, craft and design enabling them to explore and develop their ideas eg an event in their lives, or a natural object.Projects are easy enough for children to achieve alone, with minimal adult assistance.
Humpty Dumpty's Great Fall
By Alan Durant, Leah-Ellen Hemming
Humpty Dumpty is a broken egg beside a wall. Was he pushed? This looks like another nursery crime!
By Honor Head
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 Harvest. 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.
By Michael Leach
This lovely title follows the life cycle of a hedgehog, from a hoglet's first steps out of its den to finding a mate. You can also find out about some of the different habitats that are the hedgehog's home, the threats facing hedgehogs today and why some people see them as pests. You can also be an 'animal detective' and find out how you can tell if a hedgehog has been in your neighbourhood.Includes an animal map, locator map, life cycle summary and 'unusual fact' boxes.
Hide and Seek
By Anna Matthew, Heather Heyworth
The children play hide and seek in the garden.
House and Home
By Dereen Taylor
The 'Popcorn' series aims to develop children's knowledge and understanding of the world by covering a wide range of topics in a fun, colourful and interactive way. Each title has a lively design, engaging text and features an activity at the end of each book. The titles have been written in conjunction with a literacy consultant to ensure the text is completely appropriate for the age-range.
Having Fun With Paper
By Sarah Medina
Let's Do Art: Having Fun with Paper uses a variety of techniques to carry out a range of simple projects.In doing so readers investigate different kinds of art, craft and design enabling them to explore and develop their ideas eg an event in their lives, or a natural object.Projects are easy enough for children to achieve alone, with minimal adult assistance.
By Jillian Powell
Horse Riding follows Josh as he goes to his local horse riding club.
By Ruth Thomson
These books will help you think about and look around your local area. Find out what your surroundings can tell you about how people live and work, where they shop and go to school and how they travel and spend their leisure time. Discover the clues that will tell you how people lived in the past. Think about the changes that could benefit your local area, whether it's your home, school or further afield.
The Human World
By Jon Richards, Ed Simkins
Welcome to the world of infographics! This exciting form of data visualisation uses icons, pictograms and graphics to present information to kids in a whole new way. Marvel at the world's most amazing man-made features, pioneering technology and engineering, world debt, and how we use resources - all visualised in beautifully designed infographics and graphic organisers.
By Honor Head
The books look at religious stories, celebrations, how people worship and the importance of belonging to each religion. There is a fun, easy-to-make festival-related craft activity at the end of each title.
Hansel & Gretel and the Ugly Duckling
By Hilary Robinson, Simona Sanfilippo
Hansel and Gretel went out to collect wood for theirfather, but they got lost in the forest. Then a wicked old lady trapped them in her cottage! The ugly duckling followed a trail of bread that the children left behind them. Would the ugly duckling be able to rescue Hansel and Gretel? Fairytale Jumbles is a series of four rhyming books for Purple Band 8 of the Start Reading programme.
By Jane Bingham
This book explores the life of Henry VIII, from his marriages and arguments with the Pope through to his battles and abilities as a soldier.
The Human Body
By Jon Richards, Ed Simkins
Welcome to the world of infographics! This exciting form of data visualisation uses icons, pictograms and graphics to present information to kids in a whole new way. Marvel at the science behind the human anatomy, genetics, diseases, reproduction and our senses - all visualised in beautifully designed infographics and graphic organisers.
By Liz Gogerly
The Viking Life series explores the everyday lives of people who lived during the Viking era. This title looks at how and where the Vikings built and furnished their homes. It examines how Viking families lived and worked as well as what people ate and how they enjoyed themselves.
By Rob Scott Colson
An introduction to the world's most popular high-performance vehicles. This title features all the information about helicopters, from early and classic models to the latest high-tech machines.
By Kaye Stearman
Global Issues: Human Trafficking considers the definition of human trafficking, its history and its causes, including a case study of gangmaster Lin Liang Ren, convicted in the Morecambe Bay cockle picker case. The impact of human traffiking, the various responses to it, and human trafficking in the media are also taken into account.
By Cath Senker
This title takes an in-depth look at Heinz and the business behind on of the most well-known and exciting food brands today. Beginning with a single product, horseradish sauce, Heinz has become a multi-national brand boasting many household products, including those favourites Baked Beans and Tomato Ketchup. We cover how Heinz came into being, the successes and failures over the years, key facts about the industry and their impact on the global market. Readers will learn about branding and the business world with Business Matters features. Each one looks at a different aspect of business and explains it in a clear and concise way for young readers to follow. Key features give information about the Brains Behind the Brand, bringing to the forefront those who run Heinz today and those who have helped build the business in the past. Ideal for budding young entrepreneurs with an eye for opportunity! A brilliant read for readers keen to find out how the business behind the brand works. Other titles in the series include; Manchester United, YouTube, Virgin, Topshop and ASOS.