By Steve Barlow, Steve Skidmore
Follow the adventures of Sam (a zombie), Lin (a werewolf) and Danny (a demon) as they attempt to get through school without eating the teachers, running wild or raising hell. In Mummy Mayhem: a school trip to the museum turns into a nightmare when Egyptian mummies come to life. Sam, Lin and Danny have to get them back in their boxes... Mummy Mayhem has been levelled at book band 7 Turquoise.Monsters Like Us is a series of funny, accessible stories set in a familiar setting that will really give readers a boost up. Perfect for use with younger children, struggling readers or EAL students in a guided setting, or with independent readers looking for a confidence-boosting quick read.This title is published by Franklin Watts EDGE, which produces a range of booksto get children reading with confidence. EDGE - for books kids can't put down.
By Victoria Munson
Find out about nature with these beautiful photographic introductions. Simple descriptions and fun facts help make it easy to identify common minibeasts.Then get active and make the nature project at the back of the book.
By Caryn Jenner
Who is in your family? Do you have a dad? All around the world people have dads. How are they like your dad? How are they different? In this book, find out about dads and their families all around the world.This book is part of the 'Family World' series. It looks at key family members and the variety of roles that they play in children's lives all around the world. Each book has easy-to-follow sentences with simple questions to open up discussion. They are packed with engaging photos of families all over the world for the reader to explore. Perfect for readers aged 6 and up.
By Caryn Jenner
Who is in your family? Do you have a brother? All around the world people have brothers. How are they like your brother? How are they different? In this book, find out about brothers and their families all around the world.'My Brother' is part of the 'Family World' series. It looks at key family members and the variety of roles that they play in children's lives all around the world. Each book has easy-to-follow sentences with simple questions to open up discussion. They are packed with engaging photos of families all over the world for the reader to explore. Perfect for readers aged 6 and up.
A Maths Journey Through Computer Games
By Hilary Koll, Steve Mills
Go on a real-life maths journey to practise the core topics of numbers, geometry, statistics, ratio & proportion, algebra and measurement. Through data visualisation methods, including colourful diagrams, pictograms, illustrations, photographs and infographics, Go Figure! brings maths into the real world in an innovative, exciting and engaging visual way. It makes even the trickiest problem easier to understand and builds valuable confidence in maths!Find out how the maths you learn at school can help you go on an adventure through the world of computer gaming!Maths challenges encourage you to use real data and fascinating facts to solve mathematical problems that will help you on your way!
By Daisy Meadows
The much-loved series from the creator of Rainbow Magic - abridged for younger readers and illustrated in full colour!Welcome to a magical world where animals talk and play - just like you and me!Best friends Jess and Lily love all animals. But when they follow a mysterious golden cat into Friendship Forest - a place where animals live in tiny cottages and sip dandelion tea at the Toadstool Cafe - their animal friends suddenly become much more magical!On their second adventure, Lily and Jess are invited to the Friendship Forest fair! But Grizelda the witch wants to spoil everyone's fun and her servants, the Boggits, trick little Molly Twinkletail into running away from the party. It's up to the girls to find her - but where in Friendship Forest would a tiny mouse hide?
Migaloo, the White Whale
By Mark Wilson
In the warm tropical waters off the north Australian coast, a very special whale is born: Migaloo, the only all-white humpback whale in the world. As he and his pod make their annual migration to Antarctica, Migaloo discovers the beauty, wonder and danger of a whale's journey. Mark Wilson's exquisite illustrations capture the grace and intelligence of these extraordinary creatures, who enchant whale-watchers around the world.
Mang the Wild Orangutan
By Joan Van Loon, John Van Loon
The orangutan is our closest relative, highly intelligent and in critical danger of becoming extinct in the very near future. This poignant picture book tells the story of Mang the Orangutan, taken from the great rainforests of Borneo and now kept in a zoo. A long time ago in Borneo Mang clung tightly to his mother's back, swinging from vines, collecting ripe fruit, honey and insects, and was happy, a master of the trees. Then one day humans come and shoot Mang's mother and capture Mang. Including information about the plight of the orangutan, this information book is a moving account of the story behind one orangutan at the zoo.
Mulga's Magical Musical Creatures
By Mulga, Mulga
MULGA'S MAGICAL MUSICAL CREATURES is a rhyming picture book for children that answers the question where does music come from? It tells the story of a musician who finds musical inspiration in his dreams. While he's sleeping he dreams of banjo-playing owls, jazz-fluting kangaroos, trumpeting elephants and whistling toucans, and when he wakes up he's inspired to write a song. With a style that is entirely and unmistakably Mulga, this fun and colourful story will delight readers of all ages with its fantastically quirky creatures.
My Mum Makes
By Dee Texidor
My mum makes many things, but now she's making the most important thing of all . . . Of all the wonderful things mums do for children perhaps the best is providing a baby brother or sister to play with.
My Grumpy Day
By Felicity Gardner
Some mornings Max wakes up happy. Some mornings he wakes up hungry. But on this particular morning, Max wakes up grumpy and everything feels not-quite-right.So Max goes looking for something to cheer him up but nothing seems to work. His friends' games can't cheer him up and being alone makes him even grumpier. Then Mum gives Max a kiss so tickly that his nose starts to tingle and his mouth starts to twitch and he suddenly wants to laugh. Does Mum know the secret cure for grumpiness?Endearingly illustrated by Felicity Gardner, Max the monkey is a typical toddler learning about himself and the world.
By Junko Morimoto
On 6 August, 1945, 13-year-old Junko Morimoto's life changed forever. That was the day that an atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, the Japanese city where she lived.First published in Australia, widely praised, and subsequently translated into fourteen languages, the picture book MY HIROSHIMA is Junko's powerful and deeply moving story of a period in history that should never be forgotten.
Mummies are Amazing
By Catriona Hoy
This vibrantly illustrated picture book celebrates mummies and everything they do . from making snakes out of stockings and buses out of boxes to kissing sore knees and getting splinters out of little fingers. Mummies are for amazing things!
My Little Library
A little library containing six My Little Pony mini story books - perfect for storytime!Featuring simple and exciting stories, this set of six My Little Pony mini story board books is perfect for sharing with even the smallest My Little Pony fans - as well as being the perfect gift for new babies!Includes: Applejack's Busy DayGet Well Soon, Rainbow DashHappy Birthday, Pinkie PieFluttershy and the Perfect PetBe Brave, Twilight SparkleRarity and the Fashion ShowAs seen on Tiny Pop and PopTV.
My Smartphone and other Digital Accessories
By Helen Greathead
Well Made, Fair Trade: My Mobile and Other Smart Accessories explores the problems faced by the people who mine the materials for and produce the world's mobile phones and other digital accessories. It shows how fair trade projects help them to improve their working conditions and get a fair price for their work.This series investigates just how lots of familiar household items are put together. This is explored in an ethical and fair trade context, featuring information on both good and bad working environments around the world, and highlighting the work of Fairtrade and similar organisations. Perfect for readers aged 9 and up.
My Chocolate Bar and Other Food
By Helen Greathead
Well Made, Fair Trade: My Chocolate Bar & Other Food explores the problems faced by the people who produce the world's food. It shows how fair trade projects help them to improve their working conditions and get a fair price for their produce.This series investigates just how lots of familiar household items are put together. This is explored in an ethical and fair trade context, featuring information on both good and bad working environments around the world, and highlighting the work of Fairtrade and similar organisations. Perfect for readers aged 9 and up.
By Frank Lampard
Frankie and his team love playing football. There's always time for a game. And now that they have their magical football they're playing against teams they never imagined!
By Louise Spilsbury, Richard Spilsbury
Supporting the geography curriculum for KS2, this beautiful book gives readers core information about marine biomes - where they are found and what their geography is like, the special adaptations of the vegetation and animals, how people live in these regions and how human influences on the environment have ramifications for the future.
Mercy and the Hippo
By Lauren St John, Nila Aye
A full colour Early Reader story about a little girl and her hippo friend, Mercy, from BLUE PETER BOOK AWARD-winning author, Lauren St John.Early Readers are stepping stones from picture books to reading books perfect for building confidence in new readers and reluctant readers. A blue Early Reader is perfect for sharing and reading together. A red Early Reader is the next step on your reading journey.
The Magic Pudding Pot
By Kay Woodward, Sheena Dempsey
Mum loves to dish up vegetables for dinner, but the little girl is sick of them! One day the saucepan breaks and the little girl goes off to buy a new one. That's when she discovers the magic pudding pot...Hopscotch Twisty Tales combine carefully controlled text levels and word counts with highly entertaining and original stories, perfect for 5-7 year olds starting to read independently.