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  • Teams

    By Pete May
    Authors:
    Pete May
    A fun look at the World Cup that features all the facts and stats, lists and essential data that boys (and lots of girls!) of all ages love. This book counts down the ten best teams in World Cup history, from Brazil in 1970 to Germany in 2014, and looks forward to the games and players that will light up the 2018 World Cup.Written by a successful journalist and social commentator with a particular interest in football, each book includes a big quiz so that readers can challenge their friends to see who is the real Football Expert! Perfect for readers aged 7 and up.
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  • Touch

    By Anita Ganeri
    Authors:
    Anita Ganeri
    What does it feel like when you stroke a cat? How does your body tell you when it is hurting? Which part of your body has the toughest skin - and which is the most sensitive? All these questions and more to help you really understand what the sense of touch is all about.The series, Senses, is an engaging exploration of the senses for young readers. A mixture of photographs and illustrations clearly and simply help children understand the five senses in a thought-provoking way.Suitable for KS1.
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  • Taste

    By Anita Ganeri
    Authors:
    Anita Ganeri
    How many taste buds does the human tongue have? Why do some things taste good and some taste bad? Why is your tongue so long and bendy - and which other parts of the body help us to taste things? All these questions and more to help you really understand what the sense of taste is all about.The series, Senses, is an engaging exploration of the senses for young readers. A mixture of photographs and illustrations clearly and simply help children understand the five senses in a thought-provoking way.Suitable for KS1.
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  • To Bake

    By Stephanie Turnbull
    Authors:
    Stephanie Turnbull
    Think you could be the next big thing in baking? Master some baking basics and then try your hand at some of the delicious recipes for cakes, puddings, biscuits and more in this mouth-watering book.You don't need to spend a fortune on your own cool, custom-made stuff. Ingenious ways to use inexpensive materials - many of which you may already have lying around mean you can bake, sew, make and grow loads of brilliant things. Four lovely step-by-step books that encourage readers to use the materials and environment around them to encourage creativity. Can also be used to demonstrate ways to recycle and reuse everyday materials and encourage discussions around wasting food and other resources.
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  • Tick-Tock: A book about time

    By James Dunbar
    Authors:
    James Dunbar
    What is it we cannot see, hear, touch or smell; that we all have to live with and is so old it was around before the world was created? The answer is of course TIME. Tick-Tock takes us on a journey from counting out seconds in heartbeats, to measuring time with clocks and calendars. Discover how we can sense time is passing, and find out some of the amazing things that happen as time ticks on and on and on...The Wonderwise series presents facts in a way that will inspire young children's imaginations about the world around them.
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  • Take Great Photos!

    By Adam Sutherland
    Authors:
    Adam Sutherland
    Have you got an eye for a photo? Find out how to make your photos stand out from the crowd with this brilliant book. Packed with hints, skills and tips to get you noticed, this book will help you to focus all of that creative energy!
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  • Tadpoles Nursery Rhymes: Little Miss Muffet / Little Miss Mumpet

    By Mick Gowar, Jan Smith
    Authors:
    Mick Gowar
    Illustrated by:
    Jan Smith
    Each book features the original rhyme, accompanied by fun illustrations, with the whole rhyme repeated to allow children to spot the rhyming words. Then follows a fun, alternative nursery rhyme, again with full colour illustrations and the repeat of the wholealternative rhyme. These books not only offer a highly supportive first reading experience, starting from the familiar nursery rhyme and extending with the alternative rhyme, but also encouragechildren to play with language, stimulating their own writing. The series is compiled in consultation with Dr Hilary Minns, former Lecturer in English in Education at the University of Warwick.
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  • Tadpoles Nursery Rhymes: Hey Diddle Diddle / Hey Diddle Doodle

    By Brian Moses, Jill Newton
    Authors:
    Brian Moses
    Illustrated by:
    Jill Newton
    Each book features the original rhyme, accompanied by fun illustrations, with the whole rhyme repeated to allow children to spot the rhyming words. Then follows a fun, alternative nursery rhyme, again with full colour illustrations and the repeat of the wholealternative rhyme. These books not only offer a highly supportive first reading experience, starting from the familiar nursery rhyme and extending with the alternative rhyme, but also encouragechildren to play with language, stimulating their own writing. The series is compiled in consultation with Dr Hilary Minns, former Lecturer in English in Education at the University of Warwick.
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  • Tadpoles Nursery Rhymes: Baa, Baa Black Sheep / Baa, Baa Pink Sheep

    By Mick Gowar, A O'kif
    Authors:
    Mick Gowar
    Illustrated by:
    A O'kif
    Each book features the original rhyme, accompanied by fun illustrations, with the whole rhyme repeated to allow children to spot the rhyming words. Then follows a fun, alternative nursery rhyme, again with full colour illustrations and the repeat of the wholealternative rhyme. These books not only offer a highly supportive first reading experience, starting from the familiar nursery rhyme and extending with the alternative rhyme, but also encouragechildren to play with language, stimulating their own writing. The series is compiled in consultation with Dr Hilary Minns, former Lecturer in English in Education at the University of Warwick.
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  • Tadpoles Nursery Rhymes: Old Mother Hubbard / Old Father Hubbard

    By Mick Gowar, Kate Edmunds
    Authors:
    Mick Gowar
    Illustrated by:
    Kate Edmunds
    Each book features the original rhyme, accompanied by fun illustrations, with the whole rhyme repeated to allow children to spot the rhyming words. Then follows a fun, alternative nursery rhyme, again with full colour illustrations and the repeat of the wholealternative rhyme. These books not only offer a highly supportive first reading experience, starting from the familiar nursery rhyme and extending with the alternative rhyme, but also encouragechildren to play with language, stimulating their own writing. The series is compiled in consultation with Dr Hilary Minns, former Lecturer in English in Education at the University of Warwick.
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  • Travels of a Young Victorian:The Golden Key

    By Mary Hooper, Lesley Bisseker
    Authors:
    Mary Hooper
    Illustrated by:
    Lesley Bisseker
    Bright, page turning stories that bring history to life, with historially accurate information and fact sections to reinforce learning.
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  • Travels of a Young Victorian:Poppy's Big Push

    By Mary Hooper, Lesley Bisseker
    Authors:
    Mary Hooper
    Illustrated by:
    Lesley Bisseker
    Bright, page turning stories that bring history to life, with historially accurate information and fact sections to reinforce learning.
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  • Tudor Tearaway:Birthdays are a Serious Business

    By Karen Wallace, Martin Remphry
    Authors:
    Karen Wallace
    Illustrated by:
    Martin Remphry
    Bright, page turning stories that bring history to life, with historially accurate information and fact sections to reinforce learning.In this story, join Arthur Knucklebone at Lockstock Manor where Queen Elizabeth I isto celebrate her birthday. Can Arthur save her from the Spanish spy?
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