Robots and Aliens
By Annalees Lim
Join this crafty adventure in design where you can create all the things you need for a fantastic out-of-this-world party! Brimming full of ideas for crazy costumes, glorious games and delightful decorations plus perfect party food, this series ensures you'll host the perfect party, fill a rainy day, or help you create designs that last happy ever crafter. There are over 20 different craft activities in each book using a range of recyclable and easy to source materials. Bright and buzzing illustrations support the step-by-step instructions, plus there are fun facts and joyful jokes to boot. Perfect for all budding craft makers, but especially suited to the 7-9 age group.
By Susie Brooks
Discover the art movements that shaped our world The exciting time known as the Renaissance revolutionised art, as artists broke with the past to embrace new subjects, techniques and mediums. Painters and sculptors including Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael and Michelangelo became famous across Europe, creating works as enduringly iconic as the Mona Lisa and David. For readers aged 9 and up, Inside Art Movements provides an accessible and in-depth guide to some of the most popular and significant art movements.
A Robot World
By Clive Gifford
In today's wired world, robots are everywhere, from movies, in space, computer games - maybe even walking among us. Aimed at readers aged 7 to 11, this is a look at the rise of robots: how they've developed over time, from early sketches to terrifying battlebots and factory operatives, to the latest AIs running free from their workshops. Presented chronologically, this robot history will focus on landmark robots that have captured the imagination, including creations from popular culture.
By Jillian Powell
What is a rainforest? Do you know the difference between a tropical rainforest and a temperate rainforest? Explore the amazing variety of plants and animals that call rainforests around the world home and find out how they are adapted to survive there. From giant trees and carnivorous plants to monkeys, birds, frogs and minibeasts. Discover why we need to protect these rich habitats from deforestation and why they are called the 'lungs of the world'.Part of the series Discover Through Craft. Six books that explore key curriculum topics using a mixture of activities, quizzes, facts and crafts. For children aged 7-9.
Recycling and Reusing
By Louise Spilsbury
Designed to get kids thinking about the materials we use every day, where they come from, what we use them for and ways in which we can recycle and reuse them to help save our planet's natural resources. Exploring each of the main materials: glass, paper, metal, plastic, textiles and how food waste is turned into compost, each section ends with a fun craft activity to reinforce their learning.Part of the series Discover Through Craft. Six books that explore key curriculum topics using a mixture of activities, quizzes, facts and crafts. For children aged 7-9.
By Hettie Bingham
Did you know that car-mad Richard Hammond worked in radio before that all-important audition for Top Gear? And there is more to him than just cars... he has presented science shows, a challenge game show and nature documentaries.Find out all about the man nicknamed The Hamster by his co-presenters: what inspires him, who his celebrity mates are, just how many cars he owns, what his favourite food is, and much more. A fantastic resource for biography based project work!
A modern twist on a childhood favourite - rediscover your love of colouring with this stunning new range of colouring books for all ages. Enjoy and out of this world creative adventure with planets, rockets and robots of all shapes and sizes, all ready to fill with colour.Key scenes are partially coloured to inspire creativity. The perfect way to practice mindfulness and let your inner artist glow.
Rembrandt van Rijn
By Alix Wood
Great Artists introduces young readers to some of the world's great artists. The books feature easy-to-read text and some of the most famous examples of each artist's work, as well as photographs of places and people of importance.
By Annalees Lim
This recycling-based craft book will have you making a range of unique - and useful - homemade creations. Flower pots, bookends, a clock and more are included in this brilliant step-by-step book.Part of a series of six titles, Craft Attack is aimed at modern kids with a style to match. The instructions are easy to follow and positively encourage experimentation and customisation.
By Kay Barnham
Want to know more about your favourite pop and film stars? Read on! Want to Know Your Idol? is a fascinating, in-depth pop and film biography series that is packed to the brim with the latest facts on the stars and tells the story of their lives from childhood and their ascent to fame, and reports on what their lives are like today as some of the world's biggest idols. Find out all about the most famous vampire on the planet! Learn about his childhood, his early acting days, through to his most famous Twilight years and beyond!Find out about his family, his fave actor/musician/dinosaur and what superpower he would most like to possess! Take the quizzes threaded throughout the book to find out if you are an R-Pattz Super Fan!
By Liza Phipps, Avril Thompson
History Showtime brings a fresh new approach to history, combining essential learning with the fun of drama and music.History Showtime: Romans looks at who the Romans were and describes their everyday life, such as what they ate, what they wore and their beliefs. Alongside this key information are four songs, unique to this series, which bring the facts to life. At the end of the book is a simple playscript for children to act out, which explores Roman coming of age rituals.
By Sally Hewitt
Discover the world of the Romans through an exciting combination of information and step-by-step activities.Simple text with fascinating illustrations and artefacts make Project History the perfect introduction to the past.
By Rebekah Shirley
Dressing Up encourages young children to be imaginative, creative and boosts confidence.
By Nichola Baxter