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  • London

    By Annabelle Lynch
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    Annabelle Lynch
    LET'S VISIT... London explores fourteen great places to go in London, from the famous Tower of London to the fascinating Natural History Museum.Drawing on the geography curriculum at KS1, the Let's Visit series aims to encourage young readers aged 5-7 to find out about all the great places the UK has to offer, and maybe even get out and experience them for themselves. Along the way, they will pick up some key geography learning.
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  • Long-Necked Dinosaurs

    By David West
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    David West
    Professor Pete knows lots about all sorts of dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals. Learn all about long-necked dinosaurs from pronouncing their difficult names to facts about their weight, what they eat, how fast they can run and where they used to live in the world. Children will soon become dinosaur experts.Following the same style as Nora the Naturalist's Animals and Safari Sam's Wild Animals, Professor Pete's Prehistoric Animals are brilliant introductory books for young readers aged 5+ in the high-interest area of dinosaurs.
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    Look Where We Live

    By Scot Ritchie
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    Scot Ritchie
    Come along and join in as five friends (and Max the dog and Ollie the cat) find adventure close to home.Their community is having a street fair to raise money for their local library. Follow the five children as they check out all the different activities that are going on in their neighbourhood to raise money. Along the way they learn about the businesses and public spaces that make up their community, and meet their many neighbours who make it a safe and interesting place to liveThis fun book introduces readers aged 7+ to what makes a community a community! Let the award-winning illustrator, Scot Ritchie take you on a local adventure.
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    Look at that Building

    By Scot Ritchie
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    Scot Ritchie
    Sally's dad has built her a new treehouse, but Max the dog can't climb up and join in all the fun - he needs a new doghouse!Come along as five friends go on a quest to find out all they can about buildings and how they are constructed. By checking out structures, both big and small, Sally and her four friends (and Max and Ollie the cat!) learn about how buildings are made, what makes them strong and how they stay standing. After a fun day of exploring they are ready to build Max the best doghouse around!This fun book introduces readers aged 7+ to the basic science and engineering that goes into buildings. Let the award-winning illustrator, Scot Ritchie take you on a skyscraper of an adventure.
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    The Life of Roald Dahl

    By Emma Fischel
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    Emma Fischel
    To celebrate the 100th anniversary of Roald Dahl's birth, this book traces his life from his childhood, to his time in Africa and as a fighter pilot and his early writing - leading to Roald becoming one of the funniest, most famous and best-loved children's authors of all time. The book also includes information about his legacy. A fun quiz and brief summaries of four of Roald Dahl's best-loved books (James and the Giant Peach, Matilda, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The BFG) are included to inspire children to read them.Every page features easy-to-follow text and a black-and-white line drawing to help bring Roald Dahl's adventures to life. Accessible to readers aged 6 and up.
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  • Lebanon

    By Cath Senker
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    Cath Senker
    Food is something that we all have in common. We all need to eat to stay alive but the staggering variety of foods eaten around the world and the variety of ways in which they are cooked makes for a fascinating read. Do you know your baklava from your bulgur wheat? There's much more to Lebanese food than grilled meat and mezze! Discover all about the types of food Lebanese people eat - from the traditional to the modern - and read about how food is used in cultural and religious celebrations, by families, in different regions and at different times of the year. Then have a go at making a Lebanese dish of your own using one of the step-by-step recipes.A series of eight titles that explore food from eight very different countries around the world. Each book gives a brief overview of the history of food in each country before you delve deeper into what makes each a unique eating experience.
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  • Little Stars: My Behaviour - I Can Help

    By Liz Lennon
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    Liz Lennon
    Using simple words and colourful photographs, this book helps young children find out how they can help at home and in the wider world. A perfect introduction to learning about good behaviour, the text is ideal for sharing or reading out loud. Notes for parents or caregivers are also included.It is part of the Little Stars series, which introduce first concepts in a friendly and engaging way.
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  • Living Forever: The Pharmaceutical Industry

    By Matt Anniss
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    Matt Anniss
    Living Forever delves into the world of pharmaceuticals to discover how companies are making billions by keeping people healthy. Find out how pharmaceuticals make money from treatments, the lengths they go to in order to find and develop new drugs and how an ever-ageing population means that business will continue to boom for this supergiant industry.Discover the world's biggest money-making industries and the secrets of their success in Big-time Business. From the pharmaceutical industry and entertainment world through to the business of beauty, banking, social networking and energy, find out why these enterprising worlds have a grip on the global economy and are considered the biggest money-generators on the planet. A high-interest exploration of the business world for 9+ readers.
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  • Lions

    By Valerie Bodden
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    Valerie Bodden
    Find out all about one of the world's most amazing animals - the lion! Lions with big teeth, lions with sharp claws, lions in a pride, deadly lions! Discover how lions hunt and what life is like for a cub.Lions are one of the world's most iconic mammals and a favourite with children. These beautiful but deadly big cats have a fearsome reputation - they're not called the 'king of the jungle' for nothing! Huge, vibrant pictures combined with simple, factual text really bring these creatures to life and will introduce young children to some of the main facts and features that make lions so special. A short story at the end of the book from Africa, also introduces the idea of animals in mythology and storytelling.Lions is part of the series Animals Are Amazing - a big picture introduction to some brilliant animals for children aged 5-7 / KS1
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    London: A Time Traveller's Guide

    By Moira Butterfield
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    Moira Butterfield
    London is thousands of years old. Ancient treasures, long-forgotten buildings and even skeletons of long-gone Londoners lie hidden beneath the bustling crowds and the brand-new skyscrapers of today. Imagine if you could step into a time machine and travel through the centuries to discover some of those hidden secrets for yourself!Written by award-winning children's author Moira Butterfield, London: A Time Traveller's Guide is packed with amazing facts, history, maps, personalities and trivia from London's incredible past to help make a trip to the capital really memorable for readers aged 9 and up. Features include how to behave and what to wear in each historical era, as well as all kinds of places to visit today.
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  • Living on an Island

    By Louise Spilsbury
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    Louise Spilsbury
    Ways into Geography: A Visit to the Seaside explores the different kinds of coastlines around the world, and looks at the jobs that people who live by the seaside do. It also looks at what activities we can do by the seaside and explains how we can all take care of our coastlines. Ways into Geography is an ideal introduction to geography. It combines simple text and colourful illustrations to teach basic geographical skills and build up confidence and enthusiasm.
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  • L3: Conservation - Animals In Danger

    By Jim Pipe
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    Jim Pipe
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  • Louis Braille

    By T Potter
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    T Potter
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